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PhilipAlfa
post 5th September 2011 20:02
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I've just signed up for a trackday being held at Rockingham on November 5th and organised by the Alfa Romeo Owners Club.

Is anyone else on here a.) a member of AROC and b.) going to attend?

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Philip
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Oldmanmille
post 14th September 2011 19:43
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I will make every effort and let you know beforehand...not my favourite track but a day out nonetheless!


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post 10th October 2011 19:42
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How much is it through AROC?

It's organised by easy track and is 150 through them.

Could be tempted.
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post 10th October 2011 20:36
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It`s exactly the same price through AROC actually. I think they were hoping to fill all the places but havent been able to so the day is now open to anyone. Would be good to see some more Alfa`s though - especiually 145`s!
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post 11th October 2011 09:04
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QUOTE(PhilipAlfa @ 10th October 2011 21:36) *
It`s exactly the same price through AROC actually. I think they were hoping to fill all the places but havent been able to so the day is now open to anyone. Would be good to see some more Alfa`s though - especiually 145`s!


What are you taking down? Your SZ or QV? My Birthday is on the 10th so it could be an interesting present to myself!
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post 11th October 2011 10:07
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I'm taking the 145. One of the reasons I bought it was to do more track days. I've done a few trackdays with the SZ but I'm a bit worried about havng an accident in it which would be a disaster hence the 145!
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post 11th October 2011 18:00
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QUOTE(PhilipAlfa @ 11th October 2011 11:07) *
I'm taking the 145. One of the reasons I bought it was to do more track days. I've done a few trackdays with the SZ but I'm a bit worried about havng an accident in it which would be a disaster hence the 145!

Isn't it a bit far to go from Bucks?

Just seen how close it is! May be well up for it!

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post 11th October 2011 20:17
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QUOTE(buellboy @ 11th October 2011 19:00) *
Isn't it a bit far to go from Bucks?

Just seen how close it is! May be well up for it!


You really should! Since you totally sorted your car its only been given the business by your brother on the ring and me on the autobahn: you've gotta give it a blatt round the banking!!!
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post 16th October 2011 17:25
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I see it gone up to 159 now not that 9 matters rolleyes.gif

I am going to try and get there as had permission of the wife so thats that sorted. rolleyes.gif


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post 13th November 2011 10:33
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Well i had a great time last saturday at Rockingham - loved the way the 145 handled a day of serious abuse smile.gif

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Think a set of stiffer springs are needed though to stop some of that roll!

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