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  1. Definately no fags n booze sponsorship these days, oh no sir...
  2. And it's flaming hot, followed by pickled onion and finally beef. Though to be fair, I'm starting to think it's the king of crisps. I caught the tail end of a conversation about the best flavour last night.
  3. I think that's a compliment, but even I'd get a schooling based on last nights performance. Big kudos to the monster munch liveried beetle, a work of art, as was the skittles 911.
  4. Use of indicators, but you have to make sure everyone knows how to read it....soi f you indicate left I'd assume approaching that you want me to pass on the left. Some would of course read it that you were about to turn left which is where the problems start.
  5. A split field for Le Mans would be amazing if it's possible?
  6. Yep, looking forward to that. But what pre-1975 car do you go for..... Aye, got to be fuel and tyres. B enice to wheel out that Gulf liveried Aston, even if it's dog slow!
  7. Le mans in the GR3's after the Goodwood Revival?
  8. Just too fast for my liking! I felt like a one legged cat trying to bury turds on a frozen pond!! I'd do a fastest lap, glance at the fastest lap of the race and just think 'holy shit'
  9. That was longer than last week, by lap 5 at that last race I was flagging somewhat. I think if you're going to do GR3's of that nature, three tracks is plenty with two sprint races and one endurance with pit stops and tyres. If we do the inaugural 'Rllmuk Goodwood Revival' next week then I think that will trim the times down with the option of a 4th race if people want to stay on?
  10. Great to see a full lobby again last night, a huge positive in light of things going on in the wider world. Alas, I just wasn't quick enough to keep the experts honest, from my seat at 6th for most of the races I could see what appeared to be a ridiculous battle ahead but couldn't get close enough to participate, apologies to anyone on the receiving end of a clumsey ill timed lunge @mexos and BadgerGT spring to mind. I may have picked the wrong car as the pointy end didn't feature a 911? Anyway, did we decide on glorious Goodwood for next week? if that's the case then I'm off livery hunting for my mini and f1500 before making a purchase for the pre 1975....
  11. Still wavering between the 911, the merc gt3, the mclaren. The vette is a fairly solid choice too! We run loads of snazzy liveries so don't worry about picking the same car as it's unlikely it'll be the same color as yours.
  12. @morcs keep an eye on this thread, think we were looking at GR3's on the usual suspects tonight, Spa, Dragon Trail...?
  13. 1.24.2 Make sure you tune that car, for what little it's worth.... The thing about willow springs is that it gives you a really good idea of what it must be like to have a huge accident, one step off the track and your sent for miles, at speed, backwards into the abyss.
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