Think mine was about 11.30.....but I could be wrong......might have been a bit later, maybe about twenty to twelve
Seriously tho, I have no idea.......a calendar was probably more appropriate than a stop watch. Would have been nice to do it in the Sonic, but the tintop was a much more comfy option for the whole trip, and still a blast.
I'm pretty sure there will be some who have an idea what their laptimes were......
Red & Black Sonic7 - 1.8l Zetec - on the road since June 2011
HELP ME 2 HELP YOU - please complete your Personal information: Go to Menu>Profile>EditProfile>Personal>Signature> enter country code (UK,USA,etc.) your MEV, your donor's year and engine size (then click Save) This leads to faster trouble shooting!
I got one from the ring with a spin but photo bucket is being a PITA
Paul, don't forget to use the "add image to post" button in the top right corner. This automatically takes you to a host for easy picture uploading. Photobucket has done serious damage to lots of forums worldwide. Please bring your Exocet build up to date when you get time as there are lots of blogs on here now without pictures.
I know it's not what it's all about , but did anyone Get their time for a lap?
I managed a 9:30 would have been closer to 9 mins if I didn't have to slow down for a few accidents. I was in the yellow Caterham. So not really comparable to a Mev in as much as it's a bog standard Academy race car with van tyres to teach us novices car control also only has 125BHP.
If it pops up with 6000 pictures easiest thing if you have a mev car is top left of page Neu ===> Fahrzeugfilter and choose Andere/Unbekaant - which means unknown. And obviously if you were in a porsche choose that etc etc 9 Euro's a photo. I haven't bought any, spose I should.
Might look on more sites if the boredom takes me again.