Park it!? Hell, I'd drive it. I would positively clean up at the local vintage races. That is if I don't total it going into the first turn.babak said:Hubba hubba hubba...Take this puppy, park it on hardwood floors under flood lights in the play room between a pool table and a bar. Cordoned off to keep the drunkards away of course.
Remember, no parts in anyway shape or form...I'd drive it but wouldn't drive it into the ground.andykeck said:Park it!? Hell, I'd drive it. I would positively clean up at the local vintage races. That is if I don't total it going into the first turn.
James,James A said:The sister (brother?) car to this is at the Barbor Motor Sport Museum in Brimingham, no ropes you and walk up to it and really take a good look. In fact there are 5 Lotus F1 cars on display! Log 24 is going to have an event at the museum, a private event with all of the Lotus cars on display. It is fantastic, the best Lotus and motorcycle museum I have seen!
I bet these guys know how to fabricate parts and fix damage...babak said:Remember, no parts in anyway shape or form...I'd drive it but wouldn't drive it into the ground.
50 Years of Team Lotus
We have decided to celebrate this landmark year for Team Lotus by creating a Festival of Team Lotus at the Hethel test track on the weekend of 17th and 18th July 2004.
Lotus Cars has generously agreed to make available the test track and various buildings. Hopefully it will want to participate in the event in some way.
We intend to put on a display of as many different types of running Team Lotus cars as practical. We are proud that at least 10 of the Classic Team Lotus collection are now running.
We hope that our customers and other owners will want to participate.
Furthermore we will create a static display of as many Team Lotus cars as possible.
These two key features will be supported by video, photographic and memorabilia exhibitions. There should be a pit stop wheel change challenge and a competition to win a special Team Lotus 50 years edition Lotus Elise.
All in all it will be a great day out for Lotus enthusiasts, owners, employees and local Norfolk people.
If it occurs to anyone reading this that the 17th & 18th July might not be a very good date then please let us know, just in case. Otherwise we look forward to providing you with more details in our next web update and welcoming you to the event.