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Found 29th Jan 2009
I was just wondering, how do they work? im not talking about the "driving experience" that offer 5 minutes driving, i'm talking 1hour + with or without your own car. where can you go in the south, southwest, south wales areas to do these things? and the rally driving, how does that work out?
interested in finding out as i'd like to get this as a present but don't want it to be rubbish

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all you need to know here, my mates go on a regular basis

castlecombecircuit.co.uk/tra…htm

most expensive bit is the car insurance lol but they always have an excellent time

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heard you didn't have to get car insurance? at your own risk of course

they have two options, extra driving and additional driver, its not very clear to me what the difference is, apart from £100. would someone be kind enough to explain it to me please?

morales;4223295

heard you didn't have to get car insurance? at your own risk of course



you don't have to but watching my mates cry when they wreck their cars :w00t:

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is it that likely to break your car?

morales;4223345

is it that likely to break your car?



nervous drivers are the worst that I saw, all men I have to say, been a couple of times to spectate and there were always accidents,

but IMHO if you want to race a 30k car perhaps best to just fork out the few hundred on insurance ;-)

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yeah....cant get a present and expect the person to pay extra for their insurance too... i sure cant afford it! perfect location btw thanks

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kaits;4224898

http://www.rwyb.co.uk/dates.phprun what ya brung



too far for me, but thanks
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