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Verslag Retro Racing Magazine van de Finaleraces op Circuit Zandvoort. Met bijdrage door Arthur Dekker, Henry Soenarko en Suzanne van de Laar.

http://retroracingmagazine.nl/2017/11/17/retro-racing-magazine-nr-24-2017/

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Alan gape # your RP27 does stand out

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Pinksterraces Circuit Zandvoort 2015 by Stefan van Deelen
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Hans en Hans, jullie kunnen ook nog wel ff doorgaan 😂

Pinksterraces Circuit Zandvoort 2017 by Motorsport NL-HHW
The statistics from 1997 - 2017 🏁🥇🥈🥉
“Behind the wheel”

An interview with Stephen Collyer at Zolder-Terlaemen, September 9th 2017

Stephen Collyer from Richmond UK is a very successful racing driver participating in HMR events on famous European racing tracks with his Delta T79 FF2000. Although the  focus at HMR is on performing at the track, the social aspects are important as well. 

Therefore HMR organises “after party’s” like the  traditional BBQ at Spa Francorchamps. The BBQ is only possible due to the input of several racing drivers who supply the best items from their home countries. Beer from Germany, meat from Belgium and……… fresh cod and haddock from the Atlantic Ocean. 

Stephen as a managing director of the  Atlantika sales company is in daily life responsible for sales and marketing in Western Europe to many retailers like Coolruyt and resellers like Birdseye. 

The Atlantika fresh cod and haddock for our BBQ comes to Spa Francorchamps directly from their ocean trawlers via their logistic centre at IJmuiden/ Velsen in the Netherlands. All due to the sales efforts from Stephen.

So when you see the upcoming Delta T79 FF2000 with Stephen at the wheel in your rear mirror, remember the beautiful combination of the taste and feeling from fresh Atlantika seafood in combination with the famous German beer (from Frank Grooz)!
Do you happen to know where I could find some any condition RP9 body work? I saved a RP9 chassis from becoming a flower planter and rebuilt it with my ten year old grandson. Certainly not race worthy, but we are going to build a simracer around it.
Thank you for your help.

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Alan Cornock from Royale can help you.

Please dont make a simulator from it 🙌🙌

The ribs were in horrible shape. We drilled out the old rivets, cleaned and straightened up the steel tub/ribs and aluminum skins/aft bulkhead, painted the steel, polished the aluminum then pop-riveted it all back together. GREAT experience for the grandson, his first exposure to power tools and race cars!

I have RP9 number 22, with complete engine bay, and engine mounts , some suspension bits, if anyone is interested.

.....and I am sure I could do suspension if required, different, but just completed RP 27 set

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