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  • Birthday 09/28/1986

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    Forest of Dean
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    Lotus Exige V6 Cup

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  1. Looking forward to this one. We're going to be doing the Curborough sprint day on the way up for the weekend
  2. Me too. Hopefully we won't have a repeat of the stormy weather from last year. I think we're planning on doing this on the way up to Cumbria for the weekend
  3. T15EGR

    Carfest South 2020

    Evening Robin. We are still in discussions with the organisers for CarFest South in regards to the clubs attendance this year. As soon as we have the club booking information available it will be published on the website, here and in Chicane. I'd like to hope this will be within the next month or two.
  4. Ian, Jennie is working on the information for this trip so once it's available it'll be published. The dates (28 May - 7 June) on the calendar and event flyers are correct and haven't changed though so in the meantime if you'd like to register your interest you can email Jennie at j.wilson@lotusdriversclub.org.uk
  5. Fish and Chip Run to The Lake District and Surrounding Area Friday 24 – Sunday 26 April 2020 If you like cars, Lakes & Mountains and Fish & Chips why not join us for a weekend Driving Adventure in the scenic Lake District National Park and surrounding area. We have secured accommodation exclusively for members at a 4 star Country Inn just a short distance from Kendal and the Lake District. Arriving on Friday, join fellow members for an evening meal, a chance to renew old acquaintances and make new ones. Saturday will include a drive to the Lakeland Motor Museum, a Steamboat journey to Bowness for Fish and Chips before returning to the Inn for dinner. Sunday will include a drive out in the beautiful surrounding area of the Dales and Lake District, with the option to extend your stay to include the Sunday night for those who wish to explore more of the beautiful countryside and roads that Cumbria has to offer. If you haven’t had the good fortune to experience one of the Clubs popular Driving Adventures, we can assure you that you won’t be disappointed. They provide a driving experience where like-minded enthusiasts can drive their cars through beautiful scenery on some of the best driving roads enjoying great company along the way. Catch up with your new petrolhead friends every evening in great hotels to dine and talk about your adventures that day and of course your pride and joy. Book Now To confirm your place and to help us manage numbers please click on the link to submit payment. The Club charges £10 per car in order to cover the admin work involved in planning and setting up the weekend which is undertaken by our Club volunteers. For more information please email j.wilson@lotusdriversclub.org.uk Our Driving Adventures are not a race, time trial or guided tour. They are a navigational road trip where you will be given a start and finish point for each day, along with a suggested route. You will be expected to find your own way there with your own map, sat nav or with a little help from one of the Clubs friendly volunteers.
  6. Tuesday 19 May 2020 The Williams Charity Track Day is always a fantastic day with plenty of time on track and this year the team at Williams Automobiles have invited Lotus Drivers Club members to take part. The date for this years event is Tuesday 19 May 2020 at the Castle Combe Race Circuit. The day is always hugely enjoyable with driver coaches, passenger rides and a great selection of cars. As always the event is being run to raise money for charity and will have driver coaching, hot laps and technicians on hand to help. Book now or get in touch with Williams Automobiles if you would like to find out more. We look forward to seeing some of you at Castle Combe Circuit in May. henry@williamsautomobiles.com www.williamsautomobiles.com Half Day – £175 / Full Day – £250 Passenger – £25 / Spectator – £25
  7. Morning. Hotel details are being emailed out over the next few days to those who have booked so far
  8. Just need to confirm holidays but it's looking like we can join you at least for the Ypres event
  9. That's great news, and as Andy said you won't be disappointed it's a fantastic weekend. Have also just seen your not far from me Cheers, Chris
  10. It's the final day to take advantage of the Super Early Bird ticket offer for next years Silverstone Classic.
  11. T15EGR

    Insurance contact

    Hi Ian/Nige. Routen Chaplin are no longer the LDC’s preferred insurer. They have promised that will contact all policyholders in plenty of time before their renewal date to explain the situation. I will look to remove any historical forum posts regarding this to save confusion.
  12. Saturday 23 May 2020 Club Lotus have invited Lotus Drivers Club members to participate in their annual track day event at the Castle Combe circuit in Wiltshire on Saturday 23 May. This is a great value track driving day which includes a minimum of 2 x 15 minute sessions. In practise, the track goes open pitlane around 2pm and 4-5 sessions are normally achievable for no extra cost. Please note the track sessions are run exclusively for Lotus cars only. If you don’t fancy track sessions, the paddock will be full of Lotus cars of all ages, 200 cars typically, and it is a great day out to meet up with friends, look at the cars and watch the track action. Full catering available. Paddock entry is free to all Lotus cars. Each member may book a maximum of two double-session track packages. Each track package consists of a guaranteed minimum of two sessions of track time of approximately 15 minutes each. One of these will be in the morning and the other in the afternoon, although if the day runs smoothly we will invite those who have completed their morning session to take their second session before the lunch break. Packages may be shared between two drivers in the same car and a second package may be booked for a different driver in the same car. This is not a competitive event although there are no speed restrictions on track. There must be no timing, racing or pace-making. A full track briefing will be given to all drivers and free instruction is available from approved Castle Combe ARDS qualified instructors – although you may be asked to make a donation to the charity of choice. More information and the booking form will be available soon. For any enquiries please contact jane@clublotus.co.uk
  13. Sunday 5 April 2020 The Annual General Meeting of the members and officers of the Lotus Drivers Club will take place at The Stag, Redhill, Alcester, Warwickshire, B49 6NQ on Sunday 5 April 2020 beginning at 11.00am. Entry to the AGM is by proof of identity against the current membership list on the day. If you have any items that you would like discussed at the meeting and for inclusion in the agenda would you please provide a short written synopsis to Colin Smith, Lotus Drivers Club Chairman at chair@lotusdriversclub.org.uk by the 31 March 2020. There will be an election of officers at the meeting. In accordance with Club rules the entire committee will stand down but any of them may offer themselves for re-election. If you wish to stand for office or to propose someone for office, please do so on the Nomination Form at the bottom of this page and return it to the Chairman. Please note that both the candidate and the nominee are required to sign the form. To speed up the process you may send an email to the Chairman and sign the paperwork on the day. The posts listed on the form are those required by the Club rules plus, in italic, any others currently in use. Members are invited to propose additional posts in the space provided. At least eight posts must be filled to satisfy Club rules. We have arranged for a buffet breakfast to be available from 9:30am at a cost of £10.00 per person. This includes tea and coffee refills. Following the meeting a Sunday roast has been organised (Beef, Chicken, Pork or Vegetarian nut roast) again at a cost of £10.00 per person. Please be aware that both meals require pre-booking: available soon Itinerary and Contact Information 9:30am – Breakfast buffet. Includes tea and coffee refills at £10.00 per person 11:00am – Annual General Meeting 1:00pm – Sunday roast (Beef, Chicken, Pork or Vegetarian nut Roast) at £10.00 per person Note: The Stag lunch menu will also be available for you to order from on the day. Please note that both breakfast and lunch require prior booking in advance.
  14. The Lotus Drivers Club and the Lotus Seven Club are pleased to announce a pilot cooperation in several areas of the country with the objective of pooling our resources to increase the number and variety of events and meetings available to members of both clubs. We also hope that the increased variety of Lotus and Caterham cars at all events will only add to the experience for everyone. The heritage of Lotus & Caterham Sevens is very valued and respected by LDC and acknowledged as the core DNA of all modern Lotus cars. The current Caterham range remains true to Colin Chapman’s ultra-lightweight concept of the Lotus Seven. As the newer models move ever upwards in specification and refinement, albeit with all their 1.8 and 3.5 litre Toyota engines now being supercharged, this inevitably leads to increased weight. However, Lotus still regard this lightweight philosophy as a core value and all Lotus cars remain true sports cars with class-leading legendary Lotus performance and handling for their size and specification. There is a great mutual interest in the range of cars owned by members of our two clubs and we have already seen a great camaraderie at joint meetings. We hope that this initiative will improve the clubs offerings to all our members in the areas being trialled and lead to a greater level of cooperation in the future. The areas initially being trialled are Yorkshire, Kent, Devon & Cornwall and Norfolk & Suffolk