2021 Exiges track day

Planning a get-together, or want to tell us about a track day ?
hogarth
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Are there by any chance any spaces left at Anglesey due to cancellations with people not able to travel too far due to accommodation worries?
I may actually have a finished car by then!
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hogarth wrote: Fri Mar 12, 2021 12:21 pm Are there by any chance any spaces left at Anglesey due to cancellations with people not able to travel too far due to accommodation worries?
I may actually have a finished car by then!
better of asking lotus on track as it's there day with exiges.com attending not organising
hogarth
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Aah, yes of course, I'll check with Lot, thanks.
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hogarth wrote: Fri Mar 12, 2021 12:21 pm Are there by any chance any spaces left at Anglesey due to cancellations with people not able to travel too far due to accommodation worries?
I may actually have a finished car by then!
If it's not possible to get accom and be able to socialise with a pint, within the rules, then you can have my place - kills it for me.

I'm not really up for travelling all that way, just to stay in self catering by myself, no matter how good the track is.
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Thnigs in Wales seem to be going pretty well and they seem to be a couple of weeks ahead of England on opening things up.
Fingers crossed that continues then we'll be able to stay in hotels, and have a pint indoors.
If not then there shouldn't be any problem with getting a pint in a beer garden.
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evo_ufo wrote: Sat Mar 13, 2021 2:54 pm Thnigs in Wales seem to be going pretty well and they seem to be a couple of weeks ahead of England on opening things up.
Fingers crossed that continues then we'll be able to stay in hotels, and have a pint indoors.
If not then there shouldn't be any problem with getting a pint in a beer garden.
Let's hope so, I should probably be a bit more positive. I've been really looking forward to it.

Another review in 3 weeks for the Welsh I think.
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If anyone drops out of Anglesey let me know I’ll buy your spot for my brother.
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chris wrote: Sun Mar 14, 2021 11:36 am If anyone drops out of Anglesey let me know I’ll buy your spot for my brother.
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hogarth
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Ah .... well bugger it .... I didn't really want to come to Anglesey anyway .... so there!

I've just checked the LoT website and its not open to old fogeys over 70 years of age apparently... don't know why? ..... ageist sods! :(

And as I celebrated my 70th birthday (quietly) last month I am not eligible anyway so that has scuppered that! ... even though I still think I'm 30.

Thanks for the very kind offer of a spare drop-out place anyway. :thumbup:
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Speak to Paul at LOT re the 70 thing
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