Bruntingthorpe III V Maxers pls read

Bruntingthorpe III V Maxers pls read

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craigw

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12,248 posts

253 months

Monday 22nd September 2003
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Hi Guys,

Having a slight problem with outgoing email, this should be resolved anytime but in the meantime..

I'm afraid its that time!!

Please could anyone intending to drive send a 100 deposit cheque to me at the address below.

Please could you also email me just to say who you are and what your car is as I'm just trying to amalgamate everything after being away for a week.

Final cost looking likely to be approx 150 as last time was (Certainly no more, might be slightly less)

I've had a lot of people emailing offering to marshall on the day. I'm very grateful, thank you. I may ask head marshalling honcho Greg e240 to coordinate this on the day in return for free burgers and rides!!

Thanks again guys.

Craig Williams
Starsupply, Interpark House,
7 Down St.
London W1J 7AJ

GregE240

10,857 posts

238 months

Monday 22nd September 2003
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Cheers Craig.

For everyone's info, I'll be in the Silver Boxster S "pace car"

Superflid

2,254 posts

236 months

Monday 22nd September 2003
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Instead of spectating I'd be happy to help out with marshalling/tea making.

BCA

8,605 posts

228 months

Monday 22nd September 2003
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Superflid said:
Instead of spectating I'd be happy to help out with marshalling/tea making.


Ditto
What are the costs involved for spectating??
Wouldnt mind getting a few piccys and finding out some of these cornering G's (have an AP22 to play with)

dazren

22,612 posts

232 months

Monday 22nd September 2003
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Just to add that some of us may have colleagues driving at Brunters who don't frequent the PH boards. If this is the case can you please copy Craig's message above and email it onto the relevent people(s).

DAZ

mr_tony

6,187 posts

240 months

Monday 22nd September 2003
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Just to confirm, I'll be there too
In the new motor.
see F/M/L forum for details...

Andiroo

248 posts

220 months

Monday 22nd September 2003
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Having my fuel and timing maps written especially for this day Hope it's nice cool weather.

Andiroo (the "certifiable fruitcake")

dazren

22,612 posts

232 months

Monday 22nd September 2003
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Andiroo said:
Having my fuel and timing maps written especially for this day Hope it's nice cool weather.

Andiroo (the "certifiable fruitcake")

I had better dig the flux capacitor out of the shed.

DAZ

adamt

2,809 posts

223 months

Tuesday 23rd September 2003
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Will be there in 318i compact! Looking forward to it hugely!

all the best
adam

ibroker

658 posts

229 months

Tuesday 23rd September 2003
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I will be there and my cheque is in the post tonight.

Joust I would be interested in a straight liner with you as I was thinking of having the over boost mod to my car. Interesting to actually see the difference.

What time does this all kick off. Will the circut actually be closed to other members of the public


>> Edited by ibroker on Tuesday 23 September 13:35

ibroker

658 posts

229 months

Tuesday 23rd September 2003
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Anybody else going from the essex area fancy meeting up for the run down

craigw

Original Poster:

12,248 posts

253 months

Tuesday 23rd September 2003
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we will have the circuit completely to ourselves and will kick off approximately 9.30 with an informal safety briefing & drive around, start doing runs immediately after and until about 1 ish. The burger van will be there all day if anyone wants food/coffees etc, post lunch will prob do a couple of runs then break for some straight line sprinting for an hour or so giving a good few hours for more runs in the afternoon.

goodlife

1,852 posts

230 months

Tuesday 23rd September 2003
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ibroker said:
I will be there and my cheque is in the post tonight.

Joust I would be interested in a straight liner with you as I was thinking of having the over boost mod to my car. Interesting to actually see the difference.

What time does this all kick off. Will the circut actually be closed to other members of the public


>> Edited by ibroker on Tuesday 23 September 13:35


Should be interesting Noble comparison.

Joust - 2.5l with 'mods'
ibroker - 2.5l standard
goodlife - 3.0l standard

adamt

2,809 posts

223 months

Tuesday 23rd September 2003
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Could we see a list of cars coming. I'd love to challenge someone down the straight..though not a noble or anything fast eheheheh....id be blown into the weeds!!!

Should be so great, will we be using the circuit. I/m not entirely clear on that?

all the best
adam

joust

14,622 posts

230 months

Tuesday 23rd September 2003
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ibroker said:
Joust I would be interested in a straight liner with you as I was thinking of having the over boost mod to my car. Interesting to actually see the difference.
The overboost is currently switched off due to various reasons - so sorry, it's going to be boggo standard.

I'm talking to the factory/JNM over the next few weeks about a different upgrade though, so it might be tweaked by then.

J

joust

14,622 posts

230 months

Tuesday 23rd September 2003
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Cheque in the post Craig.

J

joust

14,622 posts

230 months

Tuesday 23rd September 2003
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craigw said:
Starsupply, Interpark House,
7 Down St.
London W1J 7AJ

Gosh Craig - such an "interesting" company you work for....

starsupply's web site said:
Implied volatilities for differing strike prices and maturities are backed out of the options premium levels. A snapshot of the implied volatility surface for a given settlement date and commodity can be graphed. For example, the graph above shows a plot of the volatility surface for no. 2 heating oil on April 16, 2002.

And I thought I worked in an industy with lots of long words!

J

>> Edited by joust on Tuesday 23 September 21:39

craigw

Original Poster:

12,248 posts

253 months

Wednesday 24th September 2003
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The overboost is currently switched off due to various reasons - so sorry, it's going to be boggo standard.

thank god for that, I wont need spare pants then!

craigw

Original Poster:

12,248 posts

253 months

Wednesday 24th September 2003
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Gosh Craig - such an "interesting" company you work for....


starsupply's web site said:
Implied volatilities for differing strike prices and maturities are backed out of the options premium levels. A snapshot of the implied volatility surface for a given settlement date and commodity can be graphed. For example, the graph above shows a plot of the volatility surface for no. 2 heating oil on April 16, 2002.


And I thought I worked in an industy with lots of long words!

J

[ps. why do you think I spend so much time on ph! I havent figured out what my job is yet!?!

ibroker

658 posts

229 months

Wednesday 24th September 2003
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Perhaps as already suggested, if you are coming what are you going to be driving. My 10 year old son wants to know!!!!! Really

NOBLE M12