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Summer Trial 2017

Stratford-Upon-Avon

 

19th – 21st of May 2017

The HERO Summer Trial was established to encourage entries from people new to classic rallying or to appeal to those with limited free time whilst still maintaining a sufficiently competitive element to appeal to the more competitive crews. The concept clearly worked and each year the event attracts newcomers whilst retaining its core of enthusiastic supporters. 2015 saw the highest number of crews since the inauguration of the Summer Trial, an indication that the reputation of both the event and HERO is spreading far afield.

Summer Trial

DIFFICULTY


Summer Trial Event Details

Starting and finishing in the beautiful Warwickshire town of Stratford-Upon-Avon, Summer Trial 2017 is the ideal way to start your adventure into historic regularity rallying. The event is aimed at those new to rallying, it can also be used as a great way to shake down your car for longer events or introduce your partner or a family member to the sport.

The format of the event is designed so less impact is placed on your work commitments, a prologue takes part on Friday afternoon, this is very straightforward and eases you into the Summer Trial. Saturday is a full day’s rallying, Sunday, as a rule, generally finishes in the early afternoon with a prize giving and buffet lunch which allows you to be back at work on the Monday.  Navigation is by straight forward tulip diagrams with some simple, straight-forward map sections to help you progress.

The driving tests are held on private land, and will allow you to enjoy your vehicle at it’s best! The Summer Trial has quickly become the UK’s favourite Summer event, it attracts crews from all over Europe, early entry is advisable. The event is classified as Introductory, making it suitable for any level of experience, there is no night time driving, the majority of roads used on the route and driving tests are sealed tarmac. The emphasis of the Summer Trial has always been a fun yet competitive event which caters for all levels of ability, absolute novice to seasoned expert. This is a short weekend event that starts on the Friday and finishes on the Sunday. This means, that for those of us who have to work, we only have to take the Friday off.

 


Summer Trial 2017 - Entries by vehicle age order

wdt_IDCrewVehicleCCYear
1 David Hall (Eng) / Mike Macgreggor (Eng) Aston Martin Le Mans 1479 1933
2 Bent Jakobsen (DNK) / Martin Jakobsen (DNK) Alvis Speed 20 SC Cross & Ellis Tourer 2800 1935
3 Christian Brash (Eng) / Elizabeth Brash (Eng) Aston Martin 15/98 1998 1938
4 Stuart Anderson (GBR) / Leigh Powley (GBR) Bentley Derby 4¼ 4257 1938
5 Tim Lawrence (Eng) / Adam Tibbs (Eng) MG TD 1350 1952
6 Bob Smith (GBR) / Jane Smith (GBR) Jaguar XK 140 DHC 3442 1956
7 Richard Rea (GBR) / Charles Rea (GBR) Jaguar XK150 FHC 3442 1958
8 Mark Blackmore (GBR) / Susan Blackmore (GBR) MG A 1995 1959
9 Andy Pullan (GBR) / Paul Crosby (GBR) Porsche 356B 1582 1963
10 Anthony Gaymond / TBA Porsche 356 1582 1964



Is this event right for me?

  • Vehicles entered will be classed according to age, engine size and body type
  • Navigation on the event is by tulip roadbook with some very straight forward map – based sections (you will need a trip meter, available here)
  • There will be no night time driving or complex navigation
  • The timing will be easy so that the link sections are not too punishing and everyone has time for lunch, coffee & a chat

Who is this event suitable for?

  • Those who are new to Regularity Rallying
  • Those who have already done some events
  • Seasoned competitors that wish to do an event with their partners
  • Crews wishing to shakedown their cars
  • Competitive crews who are looking for a fun social event

What is included?

  • Entry to the event for a crew of two people
  • Help from the most experienced team in historic rallying
  • Detailed “tulip” style roadbook with overview maps
  • Brief training session on the use of the roadbook and regularity rallying
  • Mechanical assistance available if required during the event
  • Bed and breakfast in a twin or double room from Friday 19th to Saturday 20th May (upgrade to single rooms available)
  • Evening meals on Friday and Saturday evenings
  • Lunch and refreshment halts on Saturday and Sunday
  • Event regalia
  • Extensive awards list

 


Summer Trial 2016 - Motors TV Program

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All times mentioned are for guidance

Provisional Event Schedule

May
19
2017

Day 1 - Prologue

Scrutineering will start at approximately 10:00 and finish at 14:30, between 11:00 and 13:00 there will be a chance for novice and newcomer crews to take part in a training session prior to the prologue. 15:45 will see the first car leave the start of the prologue, if on schedule, we expect the first car to return at 18:30. There will be a welcome buffet dinner served from 19:30. This will give you chance to relax with your fellow competitors or get an early night and prepare for the day ahead

May
20
2017

Day 2 - A full day's competition

You've settled in on the prologue and swapped tales of derring-do in the bar the night before, don't be up too late though as the first car leaves at 08:15 and heads out into the lanes. This is a day of driving tests and regularities - it has all the hallmarks of the longer HERO events and will keep you on your toes. You'll stop for morning coffee, lunch and afternoon tea before making your way back to the hotel for a buffet dinner, first car back at around 18:30

May
21
2017

Day 3 - Who will win it?

You're nearly there, you're in sight of the finish arch and today will decide who takes home the awards. A more compact day than Saturday, first car leaves at 08:30 and is scheduled to return at around 12:45. Following a buffet lunch, awards will be presented and we hope to have you on your way home with some awards to polish at 15:30 - should you have won one!


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