I would have to agree with Mark. I'm not really into looking at parked 182s anymore; but a track day would be brilliant.A car meet is not a car meet in my opinion unless you can smell burnt tyres and brakes which adds to the ambience. Track action also generates interaction between members as evidenced at the Llandow day on Wednesday.
If there was track activity of some sort I'd be there.
I've already said that that there's no problem with people responding to posts, but to have an opinion on CSS14 if you didn't go is slightly perplexing.So you don't care about the opinions of members that didn't attend?
Great way of finding out how you can change CSS so more members attend next year.
To encourage feedback I'd set up a SurveyMonkey that everyone can complete and maybe offer a prize draw as an incentive.
Fair.With all due respect mate, I think the views of why people didn't go are probably more helpful than from those who did if your trying to make it better/better attended in 2015!
Not really, members want to say why they didn't attend this year so improvements can be made for next year.I've already said that that there's no problem with people responding to posts, but to have an opinion on CSS14 if you didn't go is slightly perplexing.
Totally agree, I didn't go this year as I didn't want to sit in a field with no other attractions to look at. That was the plus points of Gaydon and Duxford. There is a limited time that you can endure looking at a field of Clios. Sure you can talk to people but some of us are quite shy. Agree with the need to have some track action as this demonstrates our cars true potential. Plus also gives people something interesting to look at and talk about.With all due respect mate, I think the views of why people didn't go are probably more helpful than from those who did if your trying to make it better/better attended in 2015!
I think this is a good idea , I was thinking the same thing. The lack of any 'bits', new or 2nd hand was a disappointment. A tent selling stickers and cans of coke and one bloke who had a few things on his parcel shelf is all I saw. One small pork roll as the food (and you couldnt even buy a 2nd one) was also a little weak.What about having a swap meet next time?
Bring a few bits you have for sale, put them in the marquee? with a name and contact number??
Whatever mate. Ive already explained why I deleted Chips comments. I'm not going to keep repeating myself.Not really, members want to say why they didn't attend this year so improvements can be made for next year.
You've discouraged me from saying why I didn't attend by deleting posts and I'm sure there are many more who won't give feedback as well now.
Because we're a club. We're supposed to all enjoy the same things; cars and banter.Why are people moaning about admins staying in a hotel? Do people go to festivals and moan about the organisers not living in mud and piss for 3 days?
Of the 5 signs 3 were stolen lolJust to add to my earlier comment.
The signage directions really weren't up to the required standards I'm afraid. As I was leading a convoy in, the little black signs in the ground were extremely easy to miss, leading our convoy to drive straight through the event field.
You probably have a fair point. I actually enjoy watching track days and CSS would be great for banter afterwards.Spoken by someone that's never done a trackday in their life lol. If it was a track scenario, I'd probably attend tbh. We do Knockhill all the time and there's always plenty of interaction.
Plenty of time for chatting etc. And the added bonus of being able to offer other members, passenger laps.You probably have a fair point. I actually enjoy watching track days and CSS would be great for banter afterwards.
But... wouldn't you spend all day on track without conversing?