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Well I only made it to half a day this year but other die hard WSCC members are still there and are enduring the whole weekend, I'm a bit jealous to be honest but I took a couple of pictures but only had my phone.

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Thank you to all those who attended and flew the flag.:yes:

Road legal??

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Very early beginnings.

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Felt a bit quieter all round. I liked UB40 at the end and the air balloons lighting up

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The Silverstone Medical Centre thanks to my brother collapsing at the International Pits!!!

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3 minutes ago, Andy_R said:

The Silverstone Medical Centre thanks to my brother collapsing at the International Pits!!!

 

Is he ok. I read about it on Facebook.

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Just now, Geoffrey (Buttercup) - North Yorkshire AO said:

Is he ok. I read about it on Facebook.

Angina attack with exhaustion thrown is. He got discharged from Northampton General about 11pm and is back home resting. He'll be fine but has probably learnt more about his endurance limits then he expected.

Everyone at Silverstone was fantastic and a special mention to all the WSCC members who offered to help ... it meant a lot knowing I didn't have to stress so much when we were waiting for 6+ hours for a doctor at Northampton.

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Last night watching ub40

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Nothing to say. Those that know, know 

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On 21/07/2018 at 20:15, Stuart Faulkner - Shows & Events Coordinator said:

Very early beginnings.

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As I stumbled off to the washroom I saw a very interesting roadster which was built in '53 but was running a' 54 Frazer Nash engine. I can't remember it's name but it was an early collaboration with Colin Chapman. As they fell out it was not called a Lotus and never made it into production. Nice looking thing though... 

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