TrackScotland session at Knockhill Monday 7th Sept

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TrackScotland session at Knockhill Monday 7th Sept

Postby gm » Thu Sep 03, 2009 11:35 pm

2 spaces available for the TrackScotland session at Knockhill on Monday 7th Sept 6pm to 8pm £65

TrackScotland.co.uk

any takers ? i'll be there with my recently acquired mk1 v-spec (mrs gm does not approve of my taking the 944 on the track)

hope the weather improves - where did the summer go ?
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Postby rockdoc » Fri Sep 04, 2009 10:44 am

Any idea of what/who else is going to be on track
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Postby Si » Fri Sep 04, 2009 11:07 am

There's a topic on the TrackScotland forum that'll give you a rough idea of what's going on track :

http://www.trackscotland.co.uk/forums/v ... php?t=1245

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Postby gm » Fri Sep 04, 2009 11:48 am

i've done a few of these days in both my old 1.8 mk1 mx5 and the 944S2. the standard of driving is very good, some expensive cars and some hot hatches - but no idiots like the 'speed sundays'. i would recommend anyone to come along, even beginners are welcome.

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current list of cars is :

Astra Turbo
M3
CTR
ITR
Civic
Impreza
MX5
VTS
Exige S
205
309
Mini
Impreza
350Z
MR2
Fiesta
Celica
Evo
Starlet
VX220
Impreza
Clio
TVR
Impreza
Clio
Mini
TVR Tuscan
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Postby Si » Fri Sep 04, 2009 2:29 pm

gm wrote:but no idiots like the 'speed sundays'


Having spectated at a couple of these events I would say that's not entirely true. You may get the odd idiot in a "throwaway" car testing the limits, and I've even seen the drivers of some of the faster, more expensive cars, barging their way through immediately prior to a corner.

Having said all the above, I'd happily take my car to one of their track days if I wanted to do that kind of activity again :)

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