Jontt, Can I Borrow Your Car for an Hour or Two?

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Jontt, Can I Borrow Your Car for an Hour or Two?

Post by Mike123 » Thu 15 Jul, 2010 16:55

I just want to try something with some friends, and my own car, I've just cleaned it, and ... er...'s a bit low on

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Post by GazHyde » Thu 15 Jul, 2010 18:03

That is absolutely nuts in places...

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Post by Robert T » Thu 15 Jul, 2010 18:15

Thanks for that, Mike. I was already running late and I just couldn't stop watching that. Now I'm going to be really late! :lol:

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Post by Jonttt » Thu 15 Jul, 2010 19:51


I think you need a front wheel drive car :wink:
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Post by VikingSven » Thu 15 Jul, 2010 20:53

You can do 1/2 day course at York airfield for £130 that teaches you how to do stuff like this ;)
I did it for my b'day a couple of years ago, was good fun. Only downside was you do the driving in a Focus, which is also what I was driving at the time, so all the way home had to keep telling myself not to yank the handbrake and attempt something stupid :D

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