Tour d'Ecosse '14 - Part Cinq

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Which weekend suits you best?

Fri 16 May - Sun 18 May
2
13%
Fri 23 May - Sun 25 May
0
No votes
Fri 30 May - Sun 1 Jun
1
6%
Fri 6 Jun - Sun 8 Jun
3
19%
Fri 13 Jun - Sun 15 Jun
0
No votes
Fri 20 Jun - Sun 22 Jun
6
38%
Fri 27 Jun - Sun 29 Jun
4
25%
 
Total votes : 16

Tour d'Ecosse '14 - Part Cinq

Postby Nez » Sun Jan 12, 2014 10:10 pm

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It's that time again, folks. :D

Planning a long weekend again this year, touring Bonnie Scotland.

Dates now confirmed Friday 20th - Sunday 22nd June.

The 4 previous Tours have been such a pleasure so really looking forward to doing it again. 8)

For those of you who have toyed with it over the years.......just doooooowit !

Showground threads from previous trips to whet your appetite -

Tour d'Ecosse '09
Tour d'Ecosse '11
Tour d'Ecosse ‘12
Tour d'Ecosse '13

We will do the classic route - PM me for maps if you don't already have them.

Definitely -
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Re: Tour d'Ecosse '14 - Part Cinq

Postby Goose » Sun Jan 12, 2014 11:18 pm

not sure at the moment as i'm trying to buy a house, bit of a back pedal on what i was going for :roll: and the ITR's not geared up for it, literally :lol:
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Re: Tour d'Ecosse '14 - Part Cinq

Postby TheCake » Mon Jan 13, 2014 9:00 am

I always say maybe but with the epic fuel economy of the barge... maybe a BMW Diesel Touring could be brought along. :)
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Re: Tour d'Ecosse '14 - Part Cinq

Postby kingy217 » Mon Jan 13, 2014 9:02 am

Tempting as the nipper loves being in the car and the land of square sausages intrigues me. It would mean you putting up with having an uber planet killer in the convoy though...

What dates you thinking?
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Re: Tour d'Ecosse '14 - Part Cinq

Postby The.sasquatch » Mon Jan 13, 2014 12:17 pm

I'm in although not sure what i'll be driving depending on when it is. Hopefully have the ATR back on the road but if not i'll follow behind in the Van :D could be the support vehicle
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Re: Tour d'Ecosse '14 - Part Cinq

Postby -Ad- » Mon Jan 13, 2014 12:56 pm

Of course I'm coming along, now I have a nice onshore job.

Date's wise, I'm on call for work 23-30 May and 4-10 July, but those dates can be swapped with someone else usually if it falls then.

Classic route gets a big thumbs up from me, 2012 was truly sensational with the weather to match. Plenty of work to do on the car before then!
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Re: Tour d'Ecosse '14 - Part Cinq

Postby andythegeo » Mon Jan 13, 2014 1:37 pm

Boys and girls, afraid I'm going to have to count myself out at this stage. Just got a new job in Indonesia starting in March, and no idea when my first return to Europe will be at this stage.

I'll keep an eye on the thread though and compare calendars when the date solidifies.

Would have to fly-and-hire again. That reminds me - anyone fancy a Clio 200? Not sure I'm allowed by the mods to put a link to the PH ad in this thread... ;)

Regards to all - and enjoy Le Tour Cinq if I don't see you!

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Re: Tour d'Ecosse '14 - Part Cinq

Postby Goose » Mon Jan 13, 2014 4:37 pm

put a proper advert up then :slap:
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Re: Tour d'Ecosse '14 - Part Cinq

Postby Nez » Mon Jan 13, 2014 7:30 pm

kingy217 wrote:What dates you thinking?

I don't know. May/June(ish)
I'm pretty flexible, tbh.
Not planning on a busy racing calendar this year as I want to build another garage, so my weekends are not commited.
Happy to work around everyone else. :)
Once we gat a decent show of hands, I could stick a poll up. :idea:
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Re: Tour d'Ecosse '14 - Part Cinq

Postby Nez » Mon Jan 13, 2014 7:32 pm

Nez wrote:
kingy217 wrote:What dates you thinking?

I don't know. May/June(ish)
I'm pretty flexible, tbh.
Not planning on a busy racing calendar this year as I want to build another garage, so my weekends are not commited.
Happy to work around everyone else. :)
Once we gat a decent show of hands, I could stick a poll up. :idea:



andythegeo wrote:Boys and girls, afraid I'm going to have to count myself out at this stage.

Noooooooo! :(
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Re: Tour d'Ecosse '14 - Part Cinq

Postby lewtyper » Mon Jan 13, 2014 7:50 pm

Room for a southerner? :)

Submitting my APC in May and providing I qualify I'd be up for this.
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Re: Tour d'Ecosse '14 - Part Cinq

Postby kingy217 » Mon Jan 13, 2014 8:59 pm

Nez wrote:
kingy217 wrote:What dates you thinking?

I don't know. May/June(ish)
I'm pretty flexible, tbh.
Not planning on a busy racing calendar this year as I want to build another garage, so my weekends are not commited.
Happy to work around everyone else. :)
Once we gat a decent show of hands, I could stick a poll up. :idea:


May is a wash out for me but June could work.

Empty racing calendar for me as I want to build this baby that arrived in September! Hoping for a track day or two though...

Will look out for that Poll. :D
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Re: Tour d'Ecosse '14 - Part Cinq

Postby Nez » Mon Jan 13, 2014 9:54 pm

lewtyper wrote:Room for a southerner? :)

Always. :)
We've had a few southerners on previous Tours.

Okay doke, Kingy.
I'll get the Poll started up in the next few days.
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Re: Tour d'Ecosse '14 - Part Cinq

Postby Mini360 » Mon Jan 13, 2014 11:49 pm

Forgot about this! Not enough holidays this year :lol: Goodwood, International Mini Meet and Ring trip have me all out of time off :(
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Re: Tour d'Ecosse '14 - Part Cinq

Postby simoniz » Tue Jan 14, 2014 8:01 pm

If you don't mind a slow coach, annual leave permitting.

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