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Old 11th July 2021, 20:23   #31
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Well what a great day, started off with breakfast in the hotel next to David Coulthard then after braving the queue to get in to Gaydon saw lots of friendly faces and amazing cars. Nice to see you again Dave and thanks for the mini convoy home Roy, always a pleasure even if we did make the odd wrong turn and have some dodgy roundabout lane discipline! 1 - 1 draw to us both there I think
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Old 12th July 2021, 09:18   #32
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What a great day it was and couldn't believe how busy it was took 90 minutes of queuing to finally get in, There was a fantastic selection of cars and a great crowd of people
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Old 12th July 2021, 10:06   #33
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What a great day it was and couldn't believe how busy it was took 90 minutes of queuing to finally get in, There was a fantastic selection of cars and a great crowd of people
It was less busy than the equivalent last September, but still a great day and super atmosphere. However, having queued for over 40 minutes having set out an hour earlier than last year, finally getting in at 9.40am, I do wonder whether I can put up with it again. Am amazed that the Police don't have a problem with the queue on the dual carriageway leading up to the entrance.
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Old 12th July 2021, 11:11   #34
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Does anyone know who was in BP51 FZA a royal blue saloon and W173 RKE a Wedgewood blue saloon? I was talking the two gents and would love to speak again.
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