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Crisis

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Crisis last won the day on February 5 2012

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  1. Indeed - a very long time ago
  2. Many things have changed... but I'm glad to have made many friends through the club. Obviously this all started with Mark (squeakyZ) PMing me on my350z.com to persuade me to help him setting up a 350Z Club in the UK, before the first cars had been delivered. From the UK press launch with RickB turning up in car number one, to what I consider to be the all time highlight of Ajay Panchal attending the National. I took delivery of parts before the car arrived, had the Dealer fit the bodykit, went through the whole Twin Turbo thing, through litigation when it blew up and the Tuner doing a r
  3. Thanks to everyone that came to the event, I know that a lot of money was raised for a very worthwhile charity Great to see a few of the old crew too and thanks so much for the support. A really great event and my first chance to see what the new car can do on a circuit, without too much risk. Took a whole variety of passengers out, from little kids through to grown up kids too - and everyone walked away with a smile on their face. Managed to keep the hood down all the time on track Discovered that Ferrari brakes fade with use, just like Nissan's - so it must be a Brembo thing
  4. Good to see some of you... Lots of Nissan board members floating around the pits too, so good to see them backing the racing efforts. Liked the Lamborghini's way of keeping the Corvettes off its tail too
  5. Tickets can still be bought from the Childrens Trust online, or at the gate http://www.thechildrenstrust.org.uk/events...do+something%21 See you there
  6. A good show, but disappointed to see that the Nissan standard featured NO sports models. Thankfully bumped into Shiro Nakamura and was able to express my concern that Nissan are not promoting this sector of the market. As usual too many concepts that will never see the real road and too many green 'marketing' vehicles. Juke, Leaf and new Micra about sums up the Nissan stand (Unfortunately the forum settings don't allow me to post pictures)
  7. http://forums.nissansportz.com/index.php?...amp;hl=Marussia
  8. Well Done Mate Knowing your cars, whoever bought it will have a lovely car
  9. Superb - sounds like some people we know - pure genius
  10. The problem is actually made worse by some local councils, who take a previous wide road and shove a load of chevron markings down the middle to reduce the road width - what's that about??? I drove from Aylesbury to Milton Keynes on Saturday and, what was a reasonably good road has been wrecked by the council. The seven steps to ruining a good road 1 - Remove the cat's eyes down the centre and patch repair 2 - Black over the central roadmarkings with slippy bitumen 3 - Paint chevron markings to form 2ft wide ghost island down centre of roadway 4 - Fit new cat's eyes on the edges of the
  11. nissansportz Full Members can now book their tickets online and enjoy a great day in aid of a fantastic cause. If you are not a Full Member, this is the ideal chance to join up and make a difference
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