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Smart Arse LOL!!! At least thats 3 then
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Me = vote 4
Callum = Vote 5
Rich Griff = Vote 6
Ben Greening = Vote 7
Rich Davis = Vote 8

Thats a decent start
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I'd vote for that as well. My only concern would be the road down to the track during the winter? How well would that cope?
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Better than Sunday from experience LOL
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Access road is actually fine, just need to take it steady but then it's farm land so you should be doing that anyway!!

I've been down that track in my 50mm lowered Golf with no issues, the Mini (guessing no more than 75mm ground clearance with that)
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I've been down there no problem in my golf too and that hits the subframe on a lot of things
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Guy's i'd like thank all of you for your comment's as with Nathan.

I really enjoyed seeing how 1/10 scale electrics should be driven outdoors.
It has really given me a feeling of dusting of my B44's from the indoor winter racing and learning how to drive them outdoor.
Usually i just end up breaking mine as i forget i'm not racing an 1/8.
BUT then again i am a rough neck nitro racer at heart.
If we get more 1/10 scale racers turning up frequently i will definately dust my 1/10 off along with 4 or 5 others i know.

Anyway here is a panoramic photo Richard Griffiths took at the end of the meeting of the track.

I to have a Golf GT TDI and don't have a problem with the road to the track. It is a heavily used farm track tho as already said.

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thought the track was great, dark green astro stuff seems to grip wet or dry, nice. i also like the grass track. any results up yet?
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