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    1988 Carrera 3.2 Targa
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    VW Passat Estate
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  1. It used to be held at Stowe House so you could go and have a mooch round as well as doing the Classic if you had a weekend ticket. Mind you the Classic is 'celebrating' 50 years of the Triumph Stag on Sunday.
  2. Absolutely great to be out and about again. On my last visit to Caffeine and Machine there was a 944 turbo with an LS1 transplant.
  3. I'm pretty sure that you don't want to find out either Ian.🤣
  4. Sold already at Paragon, within a couple of weeks of going on sale: https://www.paragongb.com/753/porsche-for-sale/porsche-911-carrera-targa-for-sale-e258now £85k seems high for what is admittedly a nice looking car.
  5. Check your admission tickets as well. Mine only had my Friday entrance. Cue back and forth with Silverstone to get this resolved.
  6. Lexus going full on for their natural ‘pipe and slippers’ market with this approach .😆
  7. From Joe Saward's blog. https://joesaward.wordpress.com/2021/07/20/green-notebook-from-the-fog "I think this one was a racing incident because the contact between the two cars was minimal, but with big consequences. Max came steaming across in front of Lewis and almost did it right. There wasn’t much Lewis could do to avoid an impact at that point, although I am also sure that he ddn’t want a collision. Amid all the noise after the crash, few seemed to pay much attention to the FIA Stewards’ decision – and they largely missed the point that Lewis was also given two penalty points. The cars, the stewards said, “entered Turn 9 with car 33 in the lead and car 44 slightly behind and on the inside. Car 44 was on a line that did not reach the apex of the corner, with room available to the inside. When car 33 turned into the corner, car 44 did not avoid contact and the left front of car 44 contacted the right rear of car 33. Car 44 is judged predominantly at fault”. The last phrase is significant. The stewards clearly felt that that Lewis should take most of the blame, but the word “predominantly” indicates that there was also some fault involved with Verstappen. There was no penalty for the Dutchman as the implications of an accident – while not considered in the discussion of blame – are treated as punishment in such circumstances. So, in effect, the stewards were saying that both drivers had some responsibility in the crash. I’d call that a racing incident…"
  8. Sadly family drama prevented my attendance. It’s always a great meeting. Great photos Chris as always.
  9. I'm there on Friday and Saturday in the PCGB infield parking, PM me with your mobile and we can hopefully meet.
  10. Not to mention Max's preliminary attempt to squeeze Lewis into the 'old' pit wall on the run down to copse. I don't recall ever being upset by anyone on the forum. 🙂
  11. Who’s going on which days? I have tickets for Friday and Saturday
  12. Seen at about 9:15 this morning heading northbound.
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