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    The third round of the Marin Cup took place at another busy weekend of racing at East Fortune.

    The sidecar entry for the meeting was boosted by the FSRA pre-injection round which had proved a popular addition for this meeting last year. On this occasion, because of the strong Marin Cup entry, it gave the Melville club an organisational headache as the total entry was 31 sidecars (yes, you did read that correctly) and the maximum grid positions allowed is 24. However, the club rose to the occasion and some excellent organising by the clerk of the course, coupled with the support of all the teams, ensured that everyone enjoyed plenty of racing with a full grid in every race.

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    The much anticipated second round of the Marin Cup took place at a very busy weekend of racing at East Fortune 15th/16th July.

    This was a record overall entry at the circuit but, more importantly, teams from all around the country responded to the promise of good racing delivered by this competition, resulting in an incredible turnout of sidecars. A full grid of 24 entries was received for the first time in many years. And, although the usual round of mechanical misadventures and racing incidents brought a certain rate of attrition, the overall entry made sure of big grids and fierce competition in every race.

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    The weather gods smiled on Knockhill race circuit at the weekend as unexpected sunshine shone down on the inaugural round of the Marin Scottish Sidecar Cup.

    Sterling efforts by Gavin Browne, the new chairman of the SSRC, together with the support of his committee and sponsorship from patron Boris Stroud resulted in a bumper entry of 18 outfits - the best turnout of sidecars at Knockhill for over 10 years. Not even a chilly North wind could cool the enthusiasm of teams who came from as far afield as Bedlington and Belfast to enjoy some great racing and Scottish Sidecar Club hospitality.


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