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Thread: Tasman Revival Meeting at Eastern Creek, December 1-3. UCP Gathering.

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    Tasman Revival Meeting at Eastern Creek, December 1-3. UCP Gathering.

    Hi all.
    Next weekend the Tasman Revival Meeting will be held at Eastern Creek Raceway in Sydney, on the 1, 2 and 3 of December.
    Full details are here: http://www.hsrca.org.au/default.asp?...rt=asc&limit=0

    This represents a great chance for any UCP member who wants to go to meet up with some fellow UCP members. If you're in Sydney or Canberra, it is probably well worth the trip.
    I'm planning to go out on the Sunday the 3rd and probably also the Saturday. I believe Cyco is planning to go on the Sunday.
    Anyone else out there interested in meeting up with us? It should be a great event. Full details in the website link above.
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    Quote Originally Posted by motorsportnerd
    Hi all.
    Next weekend the Tasman Revival Meeting will be held at Eastern Creek Raceway in Sydney, on the 1, 2 and 3 of December.
    Full details are here: http://www.hsrca.org.au/default.asp?...rt=asc&limit=0

    This represents a great chance for any UCP member who wants to go to meet up with some fellow UCP members. If you're in Sydney or Canberra, it is probably well worth the trip.
    I'm planning to go out on the Sunday the 3rd and probably also the Saturday. I believe Cyco is planning to go on the Sunday.
    Anyone else out there interested in meeting up with us? It should be a great event. Full details in the website link above.
    this is were I really envy you (for once ) being downunder.
    Make sure to have paddock access too.
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    Not half as much as I envy you guys in Europe with all the modern and classic race meetings, car displays and motorshows you have access to. Still we have one or two great events, so can't complain too much.
    UCP's biggest Ford Sierra RS500 and BMW M3 E30 fan. My two favourite cars of all time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by motorsportnerd
    Not half as much as I envy you guys in Europe with all the modern and classic race meetings, car displays and motorshows you have access to. Still we have one or two great events, so can't complain too much.
    yep, we will have the Essen Motorshow next thursday, should be a plethora of German tuning exuberance, (and bad taste )
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    I may come up
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    I'll be there.
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    henk4; there is plenty of time yet to get here, and escape the horrors of Essen
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    http://www.hsrca.org.au/media/Gate%2...n%20Prices.pdf

    There's the admission prices for anyone interested.

    http://www.hsrca.org.au/media/Categories%2022_11_06.pdf

    Entry list there too.
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    Yeah - $45 entry isn't particularly cheap, but I'd say its worth it. $55 for both Saturday and Sunday.
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    I got the VE Calais that weekend took me 2 months too find somewhere far enough too drive it... Now i'm going away that weekend in it
    Could have drove too Sydney too.
    "Just a matter of time i suppose"

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    i might actually be there, if i can wash all the grime off myself first, and finish beating the crap out of whoever thought putting tar as a sound deadener all opver the inside of a mini was a good idea
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    Quote Originally Posted by clutch-monkey
    i might actually be there, if i can wash all the grime off myself first, and finish beating the crap out of whoever thought putting tar as a sound deadener all opver the inside of a mini was a good idea
    that is supposed to be anti-corrosion
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    Quote Originally Posted by henk4
    that is supposed to be anti-corrosion
    oh
    well, it worked i guess, there's no rust but was it really necessary to put it all through the interior?
    but i still have tar all through my hair and clothes
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    Quote Originally Posted by clutch-monkey
    but i still have tar all through my hair and clothes

    just wondering what other things you are doing in the car
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    Hmmm, $40 is pretty pricey, but I may be able to get dad's Calais (so it's ok Slick, at least one UCP Calais will be there! ) and fuel card so if any Canberrans want to go up on the Sunday PM me and I'll see what I can manage!
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