at the car park, Thorleif’s tyres looked like they
had seen better days so another set was obtained quickly.
Why isn’t it surprising that he kills tyres and
brakes so quickly?
Some nice laps with
Porsche 944 and the 205 with both passenger seats being
busy as usual. One lap wirth remembering was a nice lap
with Robert in the GTA following Gary. Dave was the nervous
passenger in the Alfa st the speed SX was higher than
he was used to!
Dave took Ross out
for a great lap with Adam who was driving one of his groups
Boxster S, although there were lots of crashes around
Stilestreke and Carrousel. Dave had to let the ring taxi
past up Hohe acht and then by Mini Karoussel was still
about 1 meter off its rear bumper. One of the best laps
of the weekend for him.
Karl Rowntree had manage
to blow the Nova up. While waiting for his car to cool
down Dave grabbed a few laps in a tricked up CJ Slaters
tricked up Nova, and Alans lovely looking e30 M3.
Gary helped (not sure
about this!!) Ross, by making hm follow the 205 in his
On Dave's last lap
of the day he managed to spin for the 2nd time, this time
at Pflantzgarten and luckily staying on the black stuff,
phew. He blamed it on just touching the kerb near the
jump while taking a peak in his rear view mirror. Thorleif
summed it up well, when he said "what the f**k are
you looking behind you for, look forward for f**ks sake".
A meal in the Pistenklause
with new and old friends is always a good way to end the
weekend. We were joined by Brewski bros, Steven and his
wife with the quick diesel beemer, Ross, Andy, Liz, Gemma,
James with the 968, Lali with the Seat and of course Thorleif.
A good few beers were sampled and the guys endlessly taking
the piss out of each other ''Jesus its all about having
fun for f**s sake'' WHO AM I???
A quick (ish) and
easy trip home with the guys very tired.
On getting home they
learned of the tragic events which claimed the life of
a young German biker Monday afternoon.
The thoughts of all
on Northloop are with his family…………Its
important to remember that while we are all addicted to
the place we must be sensible and stay safe.
Gary and Dave