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 on: August 15, 2017, 10:30:02 pm 
Started by Kristof - Last post by Kristof
Porsche Rennsport Reunion VI has just been announced: September 27-30th 2018 at Laguna Seca.
http://clubarnage.blogspot.be/2017/08/porsche-announces-rennsport-reunion-vi.html

Went to the fifth edition in 2015 which is still one of the most impressive weekends I've had at a racetrack.  Definitely will be back there next year !

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 on: August 07, 2017, 12:45:45 pm 
Started by Werner - Last post by Kristof
Booked !
In: Orlando Thursday March 8th 10.30 pm
Out; Monday March 19th 3.20 pm

First Amelia Island (or maybe Indycar in St Petersburg), then Sebring. Probably "camp" in the car unless an opportunity in a camper comes up. Should be able to get credentials again as 2 years ago.

@Werner: we'll probably be on the same flight from Atlanta to Düsseldorf on the 19th.

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 on: August 04, 2017, 01:37:38 pm 
Started by Werner - Last post by Werner
Matt, if IRCC the fine establishment in Daytona you refer to is called Lollipops. One year while taking a break from a evening monsoon that hit Rolex 24, we ended up there.  Matt & I had one of the lovely dancers there convinced I was a Swede that spoke no English, with some amusing results.

Sounds interesting.  Grin Grin Grin

 4 
 on: August 04, 2017, 12:31:04 pm 
Started by Werner - Last post by Kristof
Hi Kristof,
I wondered if Daytona USA was still there.  I haven't been to DIS since the '08 Daytona 500, and even back then Bill France's baby was definitely showing its age.  They did a massive, multi-million dollar facelift over the past couple of years, and I was curious what what went, and what was added.
Fax

They've got the whole new "Daytona Rising" project with new grandstands (except the one on the backstraight which is completely gone now) & hospitality stuff. Everything else basically stayed the same (infield, garage area, ...).
Last time I saw a race down there was the 24h and 500 in '09.  Passed down Daytona several times before or after Sebring, but never went back for a race. 

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 on: August 03, 2017, 08:07:57 pm 
Started by Werner - Last post by Boorish Grobian
Hi Kristof,
I wondered if Daytona USA was still there.  I haven't been to DIS since the '08 Daytona 500, and even back then Bill France's baby was definitely showing its age.  They did a massive, multi-million dollar facelift over the past couple of years, and I was curious what what went, and what was added.
Fax

 6 
 on: August 02, 2017, 12:58:44 pm 
Started by lynxd67 - Last post by lofty
The cost of building 22'000 cars that cheat means you can't play anymore.


















The cost of building 22,000 cars that cheat the rules means Porsche can't play anymore.  Not the end but A new begining.











 7 
 on: August 02, 2017, 11:36:43 am 
Started by Werner - Last post by Kristof
Can't go to Sebring without heading off to the Fish on Fire & La Quinta  Grin.

I'm looking into gettting to Düsseldorf and/or parking options down there right now, don't like to leave my car at an airport parking for 10 days.  Flights are down to 333,33 € (with long layovers in ATL).
Plan right now is to fly out on the 8th and return 19th. First stop will be Amelia Island concours d'elegance. Hope to get credentials again like 2 years ago.

As for Daytona: stopped there last year, there's no museum anymore > everything has been shipped to Nascar hall of fame in Charlotte apparently. 

 8 
 on: August 02, 2017, 09:46:32 am 
Started by geoffd - Last post by clkgtrlm1
Booked!

Then just been told that one of our guys has been offered flights in a private charter from Woodstock, Oxford to Arnage direct for 400quid each ! Bugger !!

Kinda takes the fun out of the trip thou!


I'm not sure my boot full of camping gear will be within my 20kg allowance.
Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin Grin

My mazza was so stuffed this year it was like having 2 Boot fulls of camping kit in it!

 9 
 on: August 01, 2017, 07:54:00 pm 
Started by geoffd - Last post by aricus654
Booked!

Then just been told that one of our guys has been offered flights in a private charter from Woodstock, Oxford to Arnage direct for 400quid each ! Bugger !!

Kinda takes the fun out of the trip thou!


I'm not sure my boot full of camping gear will be within my 20kg allowance.

 10 
 on: August 01, 2017, 07:20:43 pm 
Started by Werner - Last post by Boorish Grobian
Hi Werner,
Good call on Turn 10, you won't be disappointed.  The campers out there are gregarious, fun company. By the end of your first day you'll be familiar with all of the legendary campsites, and their occupants along the run down to T-10, including Chuck, the Stumble Inn's rooster.
Matt is a expert at steering newbies from on abroad in the right direction, so you won't go wrong in his hands.
As for Daytona? It's been a few year's since I've been there, but there's a museum, and entertainment complex called Daytona USA adjacent to the Speedway that you may find interesting.
Matt, if IRCC the fine establishment in Daytona you refer to is called Lollipops. One year while taking a break from a evening monsoon that hit Rolex 24, we ended up there.  Matt & I had one of the lovely dancers there convinced I was a Swede that spoke no English, with some amusing results.
Fax

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