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12th October 2007, 17:49
anyone going ?

i will be , with my usual 'crew' smile.gif
and Bob Rawle should be along as long as people don't keep crashing into him :D



12th October 2007, 19:18
I'd come down again if I thought it wasn't going to be as busy as last time ? I hate huge queues :(

12th October 2007, 21:02
last time was the busiest I have ever seen it. Even saturday was fairly busy ( although Sat was still good , but Sunday was terrible.
Im glad I stopped racing and went home early smile.gif ...at least I got some sleep on Sunday night !

Id say if considering going, Saturday would be the better day to go in terms of track time.
Might try and make it myself, as there are other things happening that weekend too in England I'd like to take a nosey at, although it would mean getting to the track on Sunday.

12th October 2007, 21:19
that's 1 of the busiest i've ever seen there tbh
and the sunday was REALLY busy

last year the only 2 really busy days were the first and last

this 1 is the last so i'm expecting the worst

but i set a new PB last time out so i gotta go and try and better it smile.gif

12th October 2007, 21:20
Originally posted by Andy.F:
I'd come down again if I thought it wasn't going to be as busy as last time ? I hate huge queues :( your lucky , mine weighs twice that of yours :D

12th October 2007, 23:26
Also...they need to be glueing the track right at the start of the day. Otherwise its a waste of time for the faster cars.

13th October 2007, 10:30
i must be a slower car then :D
i do better times as the day goes on

either that or the driver ;) is getting more confident

13th October 2007, 14:20
point being....

Without glue, the track does severely lack grip.

And both days, they didnt glue it until near or after lunchtime !!! First runs on Saturday, I still had very little traction in 3rd gear..

13th October 2007, 19:37
Apparently they need some temperature in the track for the glue to work/cure. Thats what they said last time anyway.

14th October 2007, 00:16
Wonder could I rig up a glue spray kit for my rear tyres smile.gif

Just have it spray onto the track right in front of my tyres ? lol

14th October 2007, 08:50
Propane flamer kit ahead of the rear tyres would probably work better ;)


14th October 2007, 11:25
All joking aside.....

Could such devices help ? It could certainly make for a more consistent track every time lol

19th October 2007, 08:05
i've seen a similar thing to put diesel down for the rear tyres, but I'm guessing that isn't the effect you're after.