Login | Register
SearchMy Stuff
My ProfileMy PreferencesMy Mates RSS Feed
2 3
Reply to Topic
Author Discussion

Borris-Bear

Original Poster:

767 posts

125 months

[news] 
Friday 3rd August 2007 quote quote all
Was sat behind it on the A3 this morning. was a Blue one reg N*** *** .

I know its sad but it made my day. Glad to see it being driven and not stored in a garage somewhere.

(took out a bit more of the number plate, trust you understand thumbup)

Edited by TonyHetherington on Friday 3rd August 09:20

Marki

15,763 posts

150 months

[news] 
Friday 3rd August 2007 quote quote all
Borris-Bear said:
Was sat behind it on the A3 this morning. was a Blue one reg N*** *** .

I know its sad but it made my day. Glad to see it being driven and not stored in a garage somewhere.
What kind of Blue ??

t0ny99

1,207 posts

121 months

[news] 
Friday 3rd August 2007 quote quote all

Flasher

9,191 posts

164 months

[news] 
Friday 3rd August 2007 quote quote all
Was the number plate DOK 1C?

Frik

12,395 posts

123 months

[news] 
Friday 3rd August 2007 quote quote all
It's flemke.

Any chance you could edit the plate in your post?
Advertisement

TonyHetherington

31,747 posts

130 months

[news] 
Friday 3rd August 2007 quote quote all
That will be Flemke's F1, then thumbup

(Frik, beat you to it biggrin)

Frik

12,395 posts

123 months

[news] 
Friday 3rd August 2007 quote quote all
Helps if you edit the quote too Tony...

megy

2,419 posts

94 months

[news] 
Friday 3rd August 2007 quote quote all
Think the number needs editing in the quoted post underneath too.

D'oh, done

Edited by megy on Friday 3rd August 09:23

TonyHetherington

31,747 posts

130 months

[news] 
Friday 3rd August 2007 quote quote all
bloomin' know it alls grumble grumble grrrrr

AdamT

2,752 posts

132 months

[news] 
Friday 3rd August 2007 quote quote all
Could this be an evolution of the "Flemke is this your mclaren?" threads???


TonyHetherington

31,747 posts

130 months

[news] 
Friday 3rd August 2007 quote quote all
I don't think the databases could cope hehe

Borris-Bear

Original Poster:

767 posts

125 months

[news] 
Friday 3rd August 2007 quote quote all
Yep that was the one lightish blue with dark wheels.

Was quite exciting really last time i saw one on the road was about 10 years ago on Staines bridge, i was driving my mk1 Fiesta Popular Plus.

Quite understand removing the plate though i looked it up in google and the full plate in even in wikipedia.

Frik

12,395 posts

123 months

[news] 
Friday 3rd August 2007 quote quote all
As is the nature of the internet.

However, I think as flemke tends to be rather generous with his time on here it seems only fair we respect his desire to have as much anonymity as is possible.

Bedford Rascal

29,032 posts

124 months

[news] 
Friday 3rd August 2007 quote quote all
AdamT said:
Could this be an evolution of the "Flemke is this your mclaren?" threads???
"Flemke, this is your McLaren."? hehe

Never ever seen one on the road. Nice spot!

Borris-Bear

Original Poster:

767 posts

125 months

[news] 
Friday 3rd August 2007 quote quote all
Was almost tempted not to come off at Wisley so i could follow it for a bit longer and have a good listen etc. Was a bit late for work though so had to come off.

flemke

18,947 posts

117 months

[news] 
Friday 3rd August 2007 quote quote all
Borris-Bear said:
Yep that was the one lightish blue with dark wheels.

Was quite exciting really last time i saw one on the road was about 10 years ago on Staines bridge, i was driving my mk1 Fiesta Popular Plus.

Quite understand removing the plate though i looked it up in google and the full plate in even in wikipedia.
Some rocket scientist has posted the reg number on Wikipedia?
Bloody mental midgets.
Hearing about this sort of thing tempts me to change the number, although I like the present one.

I hope you had a chance to enjoy the engine note, Borris.

Cheers.


starnberg

56 posts

93 months

[news] 
Friday 3rd August 2007 quote quote all
flemke said:
Some rocket scientist has posted the reg number on Wikipedia?
Along with where the car is allegedly kept. Neither fact is on there now but no doubt some sad obsessive will add them back in due course...

Edited by starnberg on Friday 3rd August 12:00

SKR

2,224 posts

116 months

[news] 
Friday 3rd August 2007 quote quote all
starnberg said:
flemke said:
Some rocket scientist has posted the reg number on Wikipedia?
Cheers.
Along with where the car is allegedly kept. Neither fact is on there now but no doubt some sad obsessive will add them back in due course...
scratchchin

Just had a look myself and the reg and where it is kept are both still on there along with a list of some of the distinguishing features of the car.

TIGA84

3,489 posts

111 months

[news] 
Friday 3rd August 2007 quote quote all
Flemke I wouldnt fear too much, the EVO adjusted plate is the one registered on Wikipedia, not the correct one.

Borris-Bear

Original Poster:

767 posts

125 months

[news] 
Friday 3rd August 2007 quote quote all
flemke said:
Some rocket scientist has posted the reg number on Wikipedia?
Bloody mental midgets.
Hearing about this sort of thing tempts me to change the number, although I like the present one.

I hope you had a chance to enjoy the engine note, Borris.

Cheers.
Was only behind you for a few seconds before i turned off. Joined at the M25 junction was overtaking a 911 saw you in the inside and dropped in behind to have a listen couldnt believe my luck certainly brought a smile to my face.

Have loved the F1 since i first saw an article on it in a science magazine called Focus back in i guess '92 '93 ish, was about the second or third issue when the magazine first started i was probably in my first year of secondary school then. Might actually still have it somewhere.
2 3
Reply to Topic