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Fair enough, I wouldn’t be spending £1k on wheels that might end up in the gravel. I’d assumed they were cheap Chinese stuff but they don’t sound like a bad option to be honest. Everyday’s a school day!
I spent yesterday at a rather grim Silverstone for the classic, the rain actually stayed away and the event was fantastic. Tickets are pricey but the variety of cars racing was impressive, spent most of the day watching the track with a few mooches through the club stands but most of those are...
I think I followed that silver 182 out a couple of times, once for the afternoon sighting laps when he didn’t have his helmet on when he got to the line and then later he had to take 2 1.5l water bottles out that he had with him and the passenger.
Briefing obviously didn’t do the trick!
Last time I had track time at a CSF, there was a little rain in the afternoon and the track got very empty, which suited me with rainsport tyres :ROFLMAO:
This year I'm on Nankangs as well, no rain please.
Yeah come find me! Don’t expect too much though, will be the first time on track with it.
They’re the LE-X so designed for a lotus, not the most spacious! If you see someone flat out next to an MX5 you’ll know what’s going on
This will be the first long trip I’ve done with the Corbeaus in the mx5, Fingers crossed there ok as I’ll be coming up Saturday morning and then got the afternoon booked on track. Sleeping in the tent might cripple me
I wish I’d paid a bit more attention to this, it’s registered as a 911 RSR and turns out it’s a Sebring 12hr winning car and is rather more special than I thought. God knows how much that is worth