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    Goodwood track day

    Hi Guys, Any one fancy this? Just booked my dax..

    http://www.classic-car-tours.com/goo...day/4593820876

    Cheers Clive
    On On

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    Not cheap.....a great Goodwood tradition!
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    Cheaper than Silverstone, Brands and about the same price as Donnington, Rockingham etc.. so not cheap, but also not expensive (comparably)
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    Go on treat your self, as the advert say's "your worth it"

    A day to remember
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    may be next year....after the loft extension....
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    Sounds great. Goodwood is always a lot of fun. I hop you take some pics as I wont be able to make it.

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    As this is probably the last track day I'll do, looking at using a car cam to record for my dotage & grandchildren. So here's another can of worms, what's a good set up and how to attach it to the car for best veiw?
    Cheers Clive

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    Goodwood is on my list of places I'd love to drive - when the car is finished, anyway. Taking the 645Ci on track just results in melted brakes

    A friend of mine has done a lot of track days with a GoPro attached to the car - on the road he uses a suction mount which worked well as long as you meticulously cleaned the surface before attaching it.. one day he didn't (when test driving an M4) and the GoPro became an ex-GoPro, pining for the fjords. On track they don't like to see anything that looks 'temporary' so you probably want a mount that will bolt or clamp around the roll bars.. IIRC that's what he used on his MX5 before it succumbed to tinworm.
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    A friend of mine attached a Go-Pro to the front of his car on the splitter just above his number plate with a remote microphone. Results were really good, and different from the normal view which is normally taken.

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    That was my worry, that the track people want it firmly sited. The roll bar looks favorite, although the splitter, would be different.. Will look at the Go pro.

    Cheers Clive

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