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3 stray members of R18 spotted in mid France!

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2019/08/23 18:42:09 (permalink)

3 stray members of R18 spotted in mid France!

Spotted 3 Boxsters earlier today sporting R18 badges (2 718's and a 986), parked in the lovely little town of Brantome - Well done to those involved, hard to think of a better way to get here on a day like today.
 
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Re: 3 stray members of R18 spotted in mid France! 2019/08/23 19:15:24 (permalink)
It should be a Lava Orange 718, a Black 987 and a Yellow 996, unless another group of R18 are over there as well

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Re: 3 stray members of R18 spotted in mid France! 2019/08/23 19:26:35 (permalink)
There must have been a mass breakout!
 
Defo a pair of 718's and a silver grey 986, also saw a light blue 718 gts (UK reg No) in the same car park, but not parked anywhere near the 3 R18 members.
 
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Re: 3 stray members of R18 spotted in mid France! 2019/08/23 20:25:58 (permalink)
R18 team, going to France to do missionary work perhaps?

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Re: 3 stray members of R18 spotted in mid France! 2019/09/07 18:25:23 (permalink)
That would be us in the lava orange Boxster S.  Had a great time.
 
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Re: 3 stray members of R18 spotted in mid France! 2019/09/07 18:33:07 (permalink)
We saw a couple of UK reg Porsche's - what were you in?
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Re: 3 stray members of R18 spotted in mid France! 2019/09/07 18:49:56 (permalink)
The black 987 was actually our silver 718 Boxster. All accounted for now! Nice to be spotted!
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Re: 3 stray members of R18 spotted in mid France! 2019/09/07 22:49:31 (permalink)
Why did you not make yourselves known
Actually we were 2 718's and a 996
We did about 1800 miles with no problems atall
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