There are some handling tests in the morning, followed by sessions lapping the full GP circuit in the afternoon, and the mixture of cars is very entertaining - oldest car this year is from 1917, right up to a Porsche Cayman GTS and Alfa 4C, with pretty much everything in between (Ford GT40, Skyline GTR, Pug 205 GTI, Aston DB3, etc). I'm car 38.
It's well worth a look and you can get up close to all the cars in the (National) paddock. Did I mention it's FREE?!
Yep, nothing broken, and it was in an area with no spectators so not much embarrassment either! In the later session people were spinning off at the end of the Wellington straight, right in front of the grandstand and suites people were watching from
Nobody crashed, though there were a couple of near misses!
wannabe: I didn't watch it live but saw some of the highlights - one crash saw a Lotus Elite(?) crashed into and the front end ripped off on the tyre wall, with a 250GTO also smashed up IIRC! Expensive hobby... lol
Oct 26, 2020 17:29:30 GMT