Re: Thanks FPV, Ford and John Bowes driving
Thank you very much. In previous conversations it has become very clear that I do need to know exactly what happens at these days, which I don't. I have only copied what is on the website, what I have read on this site and the brochures, but the biggest block is a race track. That’s the killer. If it's a training centre you seem to have more of a chance, if its a race track no one will touch me, and as a guide a fully optioned GT-P will cost me $1000 per year to insure by virtue of my age and driving record, but I can't attend the training in my car, or if I do its on my head. I can even modify the car easier than I can do this training, which prompted me to ask the original question. It would appear that if your insurance company doesn't know this training is on a race track your cover will be voided if, god forbid, something happens to your car. I though FPV might have been offering cover for the day.