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  1. Thanks I believe this had now sold out Regards kev
  2. Mods can you edit to remove Johns bank details from this public post? Please replace with call John for details. Ta Kev
  3. I think that refunds are appropriate provided the event doesn't start. But once stated, no refunds. That's what I think but perhaps those that know can comment. Kev
  4. UPDATED – Motorsport UK COVID-19 advice to UK motorsport community In light of the UK Government updated guidelines on the COVID-19 pandemic (12 March 2020), Motorsport UK has today updated its guidance as to the implications of the outbreak in relation to motorsport. Based on the World Health Organization’s declaration that this is a public health emergency of international concern, the UK Chief Medical Officers have raised the risk to the UK to high. First and foremost, Motorsport UK takes very seriously the concerns and welfare of its members and those as
  5. Sorry for being a bit late to this debate. I think the answer is, "it depends". For a track day you want to have fun. What you want is a balance between power and grip, enough power to feel you're on the limit and not to much grip to destroy that feeling. Unlike racing, you don't need to be the fastest, you want to have fun, drift the car, feel the front sliding, feel the oversteer but most of all feel in control on the limit. So forget sticky tyres, and use what you use in the road.
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