Just to give you a warning so there are no disappointments on the day, if your name is not on the initial list of 20 people who put their names down for EC, you will have to pay whatever cost there is to get in. We could not secure more than 20 free tickets considering this is not a Ford-sponsored event.
We will be meeting at the Pitstop Cafe at 6am sharp. We need to get good spots for the day, so please make sure that you are there at 6am.
Don't know if my name would be on the list, coz I've missed the last 2 Club meetings. Always was going to be there.
Any'ow, if I could make a suggestion........Last year we all parked on the turn leading on to the main straight. It was cool, coz we hung out with the GT owners club, and therefore had a very large Ford contingent all in the one spot. However, its a pretty hopeless corner to view the action from. Further down the straight, there is a high point which allows you to see pretty much the same action as you can see from the top corner, but you can also see the big video screen to see all the action on the rest of the circuit. It's just a thought, but for those that really want to see all of the action, it's got to be the go. If we are to get there at 6am (are you serious ???), then we can be the first to line up at the entrance gate, get in first, rope off our area, (for those few late comers) and away we go.
Anyone planning to go on the Saturday, we will have to pay to get in but we will try and have the cars set up somewhere at the top of the main straight on display, so when you get to the gate tell them your with the club and hopefully they will let you through.....
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