Dutton Kit Cars and their owners
Uttoxeter is a possibility but I reckon that'll be a lads day out in march... bit chilly still.
Cholmondley and Capesthorne are probably within range.
Newark, but i'll have to shoot off like last year and do the dads day thing on the sunday if its on the same day.
Stafford, which I haven't added to the list yet.
I still think that Martin and Steve need 'build projects' to keep them busier than they already are.
You should have tried Brands Hatch Stephen on WSB day when Foggy was riding ,130 000 people trying to get out at once ,we used stay on the campsite for 4 nights,what a riot
stephen kerswell said:
Went to Goodwood last year, one big traffic jam to get in, worst getting out and the queue for the loo's didn't impress the missus either. Expensive day out, but I enjoyed it, the hill climb was superb fun to watch. Stood next to Carl Fogarty and listened to his rant about s#it riders and s*it bikes, cars and ponsy F1 boys!! it was great, Take an empty credit card if you want to eat!
As for Germany, how do you get accomodation or do you just "ruff it" under a portacabin in a bivvy or something.
Alex Hugo said:Goodwood sounds like we should all get behind it a great event without a Dutton, even better with it !
I grew up 5 miles from Brands Hatch, used to jump the fence every sunday and go sit on the south bank. Addicted to the smell of Castrol R I went on to join the St Johns for two years, then Bexley light car club (based in the Kentagon) finally ended my 'track days' as a marshall for the shell oils rallycross champion ship in '84 / '85... so don't talk to me about old farts...
Just checked the cost of tickets for Goodwood, £116.00 for the weekend, Cheapest £20.00 for Thursday, when nobody will be there. They even want £200.00 to camp + £116.00 to get in.
It will stay on my wish list, I won't be going.
Nice House Lord March.