Southern 32 - 2020


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SOUTHERN 32 - 2020 .


In the few days after the successful Millstream round on 15th March, Government regulations and advice concerning coronavirus changed substantially, so some thought has been given to plans for the remainder of the season’s Southern 32 events.

We have no choice but to cancel  Southern 32 meetings for as long as current conditions (or even more serious restriction on daily life ) persist.      Nobody knows how long that will be, but eventually when the Government  tells us "non-essential social gatherings" can restart I'm sure we'll all be keen to get racing again.   We can be sure the lifting of Government restrictions will be very well publicised. When that happens I'll be in touch with the next host club on the  calendar to see if it's practical to run their round. If it's a goer I’ll spread the word as quickly as possible.


Southern 32 rounds depend on our host clubs, and if for whatever reason the host club is closed  obviously there's no Southern 32 meeting.  After Monday's Government announcement many clubs decided to close until further notice.  Roedale is one of the clubs that is closed,  they were scheduled to hold the next S32 round which at the time of writing is around 10 weeks away on 31st May.


So in summary




Chris Frost
20 March 2020





The original Southern 32 schedule


19-Jan-20 North London

16-Feb-20 Bournemouth

15-Mar-20 Millstream26-Apr-20  Date on the original schedule not used

31-May-20 Roedale

21-Jun-20 Coulsdon

19-Jul-20 Luton

16-Aug-20 Won O Won

13-Sep-20 Timaru

18-Oct-20 Netley

29-Nov-20 National Centre, Corby

* The Nats track round is a joint meeting with the ProAm series, the ProAm final round is on the Saturday and the Southern 32 is on the Sunday.     

Rules

The 2020 BSCRA rule changes will apply, the main difference is allowing the JK Hawk 7 in all the “Falcon classes”    The only change for 2020 is the percentage of the takings going to the host club.


Chris