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2019/02/07 18:22:12 (permalink)

Is it too early to mention Rutland Water?

..would be a good opportunity to compare gearbox noises 
Of course I might be persona non grata  - might have to come in the 911 if the 944 isn't fixed

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    Re: Is it too early to mention Rutland Water? 2019/02/08 17:26:55 (permalink)
    going by the lack of replies Ed, I guess the answer is 'yes', it's too early, some might add the event is too early in the year too....I'll get my coat...:)
     
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    Re: Is it too early to mention Rutland Water? 2019/02/08 19:39:56 (permalink)
    Grafham Water is closer to the A1, and the parking is cheaper....
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    Re: Is it too early to mention Rutland Water? 2019/02/09 23:08:51 (permalink)
    Let’s have a date proposed so we can check diaries. Long way from Dorset, if I recall.

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    Re: Is it too early to mention Rutland Water? 2019/02/18 12:49:41 (permalink)
    is there any news on this at all?, I've seen 'nothing'

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    Re: Is it too early to mention Rutland Water? 2019/02/18 15:44:13 (permalink)
    I wasn't going to post anything more after the rapturous reception I got..
    Sunday 24th March?
    Any weekend in April (not 21st - Easter)

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    Re: Is it too early to mention Rutland Water? 2019/02/18 16:00:14 (permalink)
    Hi Ed.. is that an official date or suggestion?.. I would like to try to make it if we can have an agreed on date? Weather is always an issue but since the UK climate is warming up who knows what it may be on the day?
     

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    Re: Is it too early to mention Rutland Water? 2019/02/18 16:01:48 (permalink)
    Just suggestions - There's nothing "official" as there are no officials :)  We're a decentralised collective

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    Re: Is it too early to mention Rutland Water? 2019/02/18 16:04:42 (permalink)
    edh
    Just suggestions - There's nothing "official" as there are no officials :)  We're a decentralised collective


    ah...ok, well I'll keep an eye open for whatever's decided by the collective.....:)

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    Re: Is it too early to mention Rutland Water? 2019/02/18 17:44:08 (permalink)
    Collective or clique....
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    Re: Is it too early to mention Rutland Water? 2019/02/18 17:50:13 (permalink)
    splitter...

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    Re: Is it too early to mention Rutland Water? 2019/02/19 18:53:32 (permalink)
    I won't be able to make it unless it's in April this year.  I'll keep an eye on the thread for any dates etc.
     
    As an alternate (is that allowed?!) I was going to suggest/ask who's up for the Transaxle day at Goodwood this year. It's much later in the year mind (3rd August)... I've been the last two years and although we get a bit of stick from the 968 folk (apparently we've hijacked their event), it's a great day out. I can offer a meeting point about an hours drive away (on 'interesting' roads) for anyone coming out from London or down from the North.
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    Re: Is it too early to mention Rutland Water? 2019/02/19 19:52:57 (permalink)
    We go in may now Phil, it's still a Brighton and Hove motor club event,
     
    And we do something different in August, last year we had a guided tour and day out at the DeHaviland Mosquito Museum, this year we are going to a round of the BTCC, 
     
    I was at the classic show at the excel last week and was told at the PCGB stand that to park in the carpark with the other transaxles at Goodwood you will have to be a PCGB member and have to pay to park anywhere else
     
    Another meet that won't last long now that PCGB have got involved

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    Re: Is it too early to mention Rutland Water? 2019/02/19 20:07:29 (permalink)
    Hmm...and here's me thinking Goodwood would be fun.. .so scrub that...keep us updated re the Hove group meet. ..I need to get out more with the car this year...
     
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    Re: Is it too early to mention Rutland Water? 2019/02/19 20:50:02 (permalink)
    Pete,
    It's an open day, with sprint racing with Brighton and Hove motor club, this is in may
     
    No entrance or parking or membership requirements we have a good day out if you want to come join us the few from this side meet up at shell garage at Brentwood
    Then round the 25 and down the m23 then a quick hoon across the A272 to Goodwood 
     
    And the BTCC round will be August at possibly the fastest track of the year Thruxton, when I checked tickets were £25
     
     

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    Re: Is it too early to mention Rutland Water? 2019/02/19 21:23:00 (permalink)
    Ok...sounds like fun....I'll keep an eye open for a firm date..
     
    Cheers
     
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    Re: Is it too early to mention Rutland Water? 2019/02/19 22:05:15 (permalink)
    11th of May Pete
     
    No invites or crap needed it's open to anyone, it's Brighton motor club and Goodwood track we just arrange to meet there, it's only PCGB that broke it for everyone
     

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    Re: Is it too early to mention Rutland Water? 2019/02/19 22:21:53 (permalink)
    Ok...I'll try to be free...if you are going M25 from Brentwood  perhaps we could meet at South Mimms if you don't mind stopping on route....If that's ok with you....I'll confirm nearer the time if I can make it..
     
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    Re: Is it too early to mention Rutland Water? 2019/02/19 22:53:28 (permalink)
    Other way round Pete, over the bridge.
     
    Other wise it's all motorway and dead boring 

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    Re: Is it too early to mention Rutland Water? 2019/02/19 22:54:10 (permalink)
    Ah.....ok..cheers

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