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I have booked a club stand for us at the jap show,

i have booked for 25 cars ( i hope thats enough )

unfortunately we are bank side, weve left it too late for pit side.

i hope this is ok with everyone, they are sending me the tickets next week,

if you want a ticket, pm me with details.

the last day for advance tickets is fri 16th june, or you can pay on the gate

john

Attending so far :-

johnboy

Ellz

Ad77

bazza

marcus

p38 aaron

richard

daza

w481ggc

maneesh

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nice one john :D

will i be allowed to come on your stand :whistling:

what tickets do we need ?

Course you are Barrie, your most welcome :D

i will send you out the club stand passes when i get them, they are free !

you just need to get your admission tickets, they are cheaper in advance.

is jane bringing her car too ?

john

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I wanna GO!

How much is advance and on the gate?

Whens best day to go as im a virgin to santa pod.

If i wanna put my car up the 1/4mile what will i need (dont say a car) and does it cost?

Aaron

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I wanna GO!

How much is advance and on the gate?

Whens best day to go as im a virgin to santa pod.

If i wanna put my car up the 1/4mile what will i need (dont say a car) and does it cost?

Aaron

Go on the sunday. Thats when the run what ya brung is. Also when we will all be there. To do 1/4 mile, you'll need a driving liscence (a must). Last year it cost £15 for 3 runs

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I wanna GO!

How much is advance and on the gate?

Whens best day to go as im a virgin to santa pod.

If i wanna put my car up the 1/4mile what will i need (dont say a car) and does it cost?

Aaron

£12 advance £15 on the day

£15 for three runs

you will need your driving licence

saturday is £10 no advance tickets

£20 for unlimited runs

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Course you are Barrie, your most welcome :D

i will send you out the club stand passes when i get them, they are free !

you just need to get your admission tickets, they are cheaper in advance.

is jane bringing her car too ?

john

Hi John :D

Yes, I'm bringing my car :winky:

And probably spend most of the day with you guys....But.....I will be parked up elsewhere :whistling:

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Course you are Barrie, your most welcome :D

i will send you out the club stand passes when i get them, they are free !

you just need to get your admission tickets, they are cheaper in advance.

is jane bringing her car too ?

john

Hi John :D

Yes, I'm bringing my car :winky:

And probably spend most of the day with you guys....But.....I will be parked up elsewhere :whistling:

are you not going up the track :unsure:

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I wanna GO!

How much is advance and on the gate?

Whens best day to go as im a virgin to santa pod.

If i wanna put my car up the 1/4mile what will i need (dont say a car) and does it cost?

Aaron

Go on the sunday. Thats when the run what ya brung is. Also when we will all be there. To do 1/4 mile, you'll need a driving liscence (a must). Last year it cost £15 for 3 runs

Ad, run what ya brung is on the saturday mate................and sunday is only jap cars on the 1/4 mile £15 for 3 runs :winky: like Ad says dont forget your "liscence" and if you do want to run, soon as you get there get in the line to get your 1/4 mile ticket, or you will be there all day trying to get one :crybaby:

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Hi John :D

Yes, I'm bringing my car :winky:

And probably spend most of the day with you guys....But.....I will be parked up elsewhere :whistling:

are you not going up the track :unsure:

Wasn't planning to :blush: With only 115 horsies under the bonnet I think a long que may start forming behind :lol:

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Hi John :D

Yes, I'm bringing my car :winky:

And probably spend most of the day with you guys....But.....I will be parked up elsewhere :whistling:

are you not going up the track :unsure:

Wasn't planning to :blush: With only 115 horsies under the bonnet I think a long que may start forming behind :lol:

janey, you have to do it just so you can say you have done the 1/4 mile at the Pod, and not only that it is bags of fun :D

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i am thinking of going on sunday with the blokes from work have been to the pod before(just on a normal day street racing) and i want some pics of that jet car with me driving it :) might see you up there

matt

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