Same Pub as last year???

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Postby chris.t » Thu 27.03.2008, 22:19

Monty wrote:Chris,

Just to confirm Are Dico & I still on the taxi at the HI as were staying at the Travel lodge. If so we'll see you at the bar, BTW it's a double JD :lol:

I'll try and get to the HI for 6.30 but i'd imagine the trackday won't finish till gone 5 so i may be in a panic LOL :-D

Monty you and dico are booked on the MB from the HIE - leaves at 1900hrs. BTW a double JD will cost more than the taxi at the HIE!
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Postby Rambo » Thu 27.03.2008, 22:23

Monty wrote: I'll try and get to the HI for 6.30 but i'd imagine the trackday won't finish till gone 5 so i may be in a panic LOL :-D


An hour an a half to get from Donington park to the HIE via the TL - even I could do it in that time !!
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Postby Monty » Thu 27.03.2008, 23:07

chris.t wrote:BTW a double JD will cost more than the taxi at the HIE!


Yeah, thats why i thought it was good of you to get the 1st round :lol:

Maybe i`ll just get there 6.55 LMAO 8)


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Monty wrote: I'll try and get to the HI for 6.30 but i'd imagine the trackday won't finish till gone 5 so i may be in a panic LOL :-D


An hour an a half to get from Donington park to the HIE via the TL - even I could do it in that time !!



Trackday finishes at 5 (and you know i like to get my moneys worth lol) by the time i got to the hotel, showered and change of clothing it`ll be close lol
Maybe i`ll just leave the track at 4.55 :-D

See you all at the curry house 8)
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Postby Kimbers » Fri 28.03.2008, 11:50

Still unsure what we'll be doing But I do know there'll be 20 (at least) or so of us on the Saturday night who'll be propping the bar up in the Holiday Inn Express till early o'clock.

So even if we don't meet for dinner we can all have a drink after we get back.
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Postby Martin R » Fri 28.03.2008, 14:10

I can feel the pain on Sunday morning already :lol:
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Postby Enright » Fri 28.03.2008, 14:20

Speaking of which, remember the clocks go forwards! :?
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Postby Kimbers » Fri 28.03.2008, 16:43

Dammit, 1 hour less drinking time!
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Postby chris.t » Fri 28.03.2008, 18:00

Kimbers wrote:Dammit, 1 hour less drinking time!

doesn't the bar operate a 'last man standing' policy :smt030
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Postby Kimbers » Fri 28.03.2008, 18:23

We're out of luck then because we are normally staggering by 1.00, leaning by 2 and this by 3..........

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Postby muley » Sun 30.03.2008, 18:58

Chris,

Please accept a vote of thanks from me for the work you did in organising the Sat evening (I know how stressful it can be!)

I really enjoyed it, and forgot to thank you at the time..

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Postby Enright » Sun 30.03.2008, 20:41

And from me too, even though I almost looked like the bloke in the picture above!

It was nice to be able to just sit back and let someone else take care of things. Good food too!
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Postby Monty » Sun 30.03.2008, 21:12

:agree:

:cheers: to Chris

Enjoyed the Food and the :gathering:
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Postby rip » Mon 31.03.2008, 08:27

Monty wrote::agree:

:cheers: to Chris

Enjoyed the Food and the :gathering:
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