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Re-run of the 420 Inlands to be held at Rutland on 20-21 October

by Jennie Clark 11 Oct 2018 16:16 BST 20-21 October 2018
The re-run of the 420 Inlands 2018 is scheduled to take place at Rutland on 20-21 October © Jennie Clark

After being blown off in the Spring storms, the 420 class head to Rutland Water on 20 and 21 October for their postponed 2018 Inland Championship.

Rutland is a much favoured venue for this event and the class will be back there again in 2019 with class members supporting the Tiger Trophy in February and with the class then holding the next Inlands there in March.

Entries are open now and there's already a good number of people signed up.

This is a great chance for some of the new pairings to test out their skills round the race track, and to put in to practice the lessons from the various coaching sessions which Head Coach Tim Rush has been running. It's also a chance for the 'old hands' to show the pace they've developed and it will be interesting to see how much of an impact the weather conditions have on overall placings.

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