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Videos/DVDs 92 65.71%
Magazines 82 58.57%
Race Programmes 44 31.43%
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Slot car racing 20 14.29%
RC racing 11 7.86%
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Old 15 Jul 2006, 20:16 (Ref:1657056)   #16
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I'm Chris and am 16, 17 at the end of August. My interest in motorsport is predominantly F1, simply because up to a few years ago it is the only motorsport I watched and have been obsessed with it ever since I started watching in 1998. No matter how dull the races are, I remain as fascinated as I was when I was 8. In the last few years though I have started following Moto GP, British Superbikes, GP2, A1GP and BTCC and have got to the current situation where I am obsessed with motorsport. Something which my family certainly does not share

My interests in this area lie with DVDs/videos and books. I have loads of motorsport books, mainly season reviews, biographies, autobiographies and so on, and even more videos and DVDs. A description of my ever-growing collection is on the 'videos and DVDs' thread. If my finances allowed me to buy every single F1 video available on eBay (obviously not the same one each time) then I would do that. Same with BTCC. I am also developing a habit of recording every motorsport event I watch on TV. I have got through too many VHS tapes this season to recall.

My one regret so far is that I have never been to a Grand Prix, which bugs me so much. I know no-one with an interest in motorsport so getting down to Silverstone is a problem. I hope to persuade my dad to take me next year though. Trying to get him into F1 though sure is hard work!

Magazines...well, the motorsport-related ones are F1 Racing and Autosport, although I only buy Autosport when the main story interests me and I can't get away with reading all the story in the shop ;-) I have a habit of collecting all the magazines I buy, so in 20 or so years time I will have a collection worth bragging about.

My other interest is footy. But that's not motorsport-related so I will save it for other people.
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Old 16 Jul 2006, 14:32 (Ref:1657528)   #17
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My name is Nicholas or Nicky or Nick or Nickolei or.....

Anyway, I got into motorsport when I was about 4, because I had a Ford Escort Toy Car sponsored by martini and while I was flicking through channels to find my kiddies Programmes, I stumbled upon the ITC and at that exact moment there was a Martini Alfa Romeo on the screen, I stared at it then looked at the car in my hand, then I jumped up and shouted, Its the same! its the same! hahahahahahahahaha!!!!!!! weeeeee.... etc,etc.

I started to whatch F1 round about 1996/7 when I lived in Galway I remember whatching it one day, I cant remember which GP, but I guess it was the Argentinian GP. I moved back to scotland in 98, and I cant remember anything from that year. I remember during the 99 Monaco GP, getting out my toy F1 cars, taking out the video cases and recreating the Monaco circuit, complete with a tunnel! The Living room was a mess when the grand prix finnished!

I discovered the BTCC and MotoGP and Le Mans and the WRC and Rallycross in 2000.

During 2001 I was right into F1 as a Micheal Schumacher fan but that would be the last year where I was his fan. In 2002, I taped NASCAR races and IRL and other motorsports on Channels 4 and 5 because F1 was so boring. In 2003 F1 was at its best and it was up untill that year that I had taped every GP since Monza 1999, I gradualy stopped taping races through 2004.

In 2005 I whatched any Motorsport that was on, but after getting Motors TV, That stopped because I discovered that I could not sit through Tractor Pulling, or anything like that.

I have a wide collection of over 60 model cars, busses and trams as well as an Autograph book with signitures from Alister Mcrae, Alan McNish, Andy Priaulx, David Leslie and loads more!

I love designing tracks, and car liveries as well

I have over 40 racing games for my PS2!!!

I usually go to Knockhill every year for the BTCC but this year I cant make it because of the great Scottish Run on the same day! But I love my running, and when you finninsh that final sprint, you feel great!

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Old 16 Jul 2006, 18:27 (Ref:1657666)   #19
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Hmmm, you know, I really dont know about that one.....
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Old 16 Jul 2006, 19:36 (Ref:1657695)   #20
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Hey hey all, my name's Rich, or Richard, or anything else you fancy calling me... I'm 15, (16 on october 9th )
My interest in motorsport bloomed aorund age 3/4, when i was with my friend, and we were playing with toy cars, and watching soem racing on the telly. (can't remember what)

From that day on, i would hunt around the 4 channels on tv at the time, desperately looking for any racing, when i did find some, i was glued to it. Not even Thomas the Tank Engine could tear me away from it, and i loved Thomas.

I began getting intereted in F1 around 1994, and attempted to tape nearly every race, but failed miserably, as i am so unorganised..

To this day, i still adore racing, in any shape or form, and still want to achieve my lifelong dream of becoming a paid racing driver. One day...

I joined ten-tenths in August of 2005, i was attracted by the track design section, as i had been drawing circuits for years previously. Ofcourse, i also joined for the wide range of topics covered, and some great people who also post here.
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Old 16 Jul 2006, 21:29 (Ref:1657797)   #21
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Not even Thomas the Tank Engine could tear me away from it, and i loved Thomas.

same with my wee brother and me when I was young
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I'm Allon, (not that you would ever guess it from my forum name ) and whilst I'm not sure when I first got in to motorsport I can just about remember the infamous Piquet/Salazar fight in 1982. I would have 9 or 10 then so you can work out my age from there.

Watched F1 increasingly regularly in the 1980s and loved the BTCC from the Sierra Cosworth days through to the peak in the early 90s. I remember watching the annual highlights of Bathhurst on the BBC as well, didn't know what the race was at the time but was wowed by seeing big Jags and Camaros there. Also loved the occassional bit of rallycross that got shown as well.

Got turned on to Le Mans quite by chance and went to my first ever race at there in 1999. I still remember with a shiver the sound of the first car at 7.05pm on Wednesday practice and knowing immediately I was hooked. Have been every year since, (including 2001, 10 days after returning from honeymoon... ). Still the only race I go to, especially I now I have a family, the annual pilgrimage with Craig is one of the highlights of the year for me.

I now tape what I can from Channel 5 motorsport stuff in the middle of the night, but have stopped bothering with BTCC (Max Power dodgems) and F1 (like slot racing but with less excitement).

Only started collecting stuff in the last few years. Books are mainly on F1 and sportscar history, as well as some books on specifics such as Porsche racing sportscars. Small dvd/video collection on same theme. Small (otherwise divorce looms ) model collection; 1/18 Porsche 917s and Jag C and D types.

Joined ten-tenths in 2001 after lurking for a few months and made some good friends through it. I read it most days and whilst not the most prolific poster, certainly one the most intelligent and good-looking.
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My name is Nicholas or Nicky or Nick or Nickolei or.....

Anyway, I got into motorsport when I was about 4, because I had a Ford Escort Toy Car sponsored by martini and while I was flicking through channels to find my kiddies Programmes, I stumbled upon the ITC and at that exact moment there was a Martini Alfa Romeo on the screen, I stared at it then looked at the car in my hand, then I jumped up and shouted, Its the same! its the same! hahahahahahahahaha!!!!!!! weeeeee.... etc,etc.

I started to whatch F1 round about 1996/7 when I lived in Galway I remember whatching it one day, I cant remember which GP, but I guess it was the Argentinian GP. I moved back to scotland in 98, and I cant remember anything from that year. I remember during the 99 Monaco GP, getting out my toy F1 cars, taking out the video cases and recreating the Monaco circuit, complete with a tunnel! The Living room was a mess when the grand prix finnished!

I discovered the BTCC and MotoGP and Le Mans and the WRC and Rallycross in 2000.

During 2001 I was right into F1 as a Micheal Schumacher fan but that would be the last year where I was his fan. In 2002, I taped NASCAR races and IRL and other motorsports on Channels 4 and 5 because F1 was so boring. In 2003 F1 was at its best and it was up untill that year that I had taped every GP since Monza 1999, I gradualy stopped taping races through 2004.

In 2005 I whatched any Motorsport that was on, but after getting Motors TV, That stopped because I discovered that I could not sit through Tractor Pulling, or anything like that.

I have a wide collection of over 60 model cars, busses and trams as well as an Autograph book with signitures from Alister Mcrae, Alan McNish, Andy Priaulx, David Leslie and loads more!

I love designing tracks, and car liveries as well

I have over 40 racing games for my PS2!!!

I usually go to Knockhill every year for the BTCC but this year I cant make it because of the great Scottish Run on the same day! But I love my running, and when you finninsh that final sprint, you feel great!
can I add on a bit?

I am one of the younger ten-tenthers so I go to school..... I dont like maths, well everyone does'nt anyway. I love going out on my bike and finding spots for big air, My favourite spot is in the park I live near, it is a very steep downhill bit and at the bottom, there is a big hump and a grass bank, I always go for the big hump! I can get atleast a meter high and on the bank about 75 cm!
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Old 21 Jul 2006, 18:56 (Ref:1661694)   #24
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Hi, I'm James and I'm 15. I started following F1 in about 93/94-ish - obviously I can't remember the exact race - and have stayed relatively in touch since (though my interest wained about during the lean years). I've also been a rally fan, and the 93 RAC Rally is still on tape, as is 94, 95, 97, 98, 99, 2000, 01, 02, 03, 04 and 05!! I've also been a fan of the BTCC, although I lost touch after the Super Tourers were gotten rid of. Now, though, I'm back watching, and so far, I haven't missed a race this year

I got into it in a big(ger) way last year, and joined here early this year. I've mainly been hiding in My Tracks, though I have occasionally emerged to post elsewhere

I went to my first big race meeting this year at Thruxton (BTCC), although had been to a few at Pembrey (British F3 back in about 97 and 98) and Castle Combe. I've also been to the rally a few times - you can't get away from it, because the stages are so close now!!

My memorabilia collection is a bit low, mainly because I used to keep switching between my various interests (inc trains, football, and various other sports). I've got a couple of autographs, the main one being (I think) Justin Wilson when he was in Formula Vauxhall at Pembrey in 97. I've got plenty of videos, DVDs and books, though!!

Anyway, that's all for now from me - I've bored you enough for one day, I think
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Well, okay, let me strike a thoughtful pose (something of an incandescent vogue?), and then write some decadent prose. Or not, as the case will hopefully be. Just forget about this first paragraph. Such rambling nonsense just spurted out from somewhere unknown (*starts scary music*).

I was born in October 1981, which makes me 24 years old (for those who can't count). I lived in different parts of Scotland until just before Xmas 2004, at which point I moved to Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

The whole motorsport thing has been a part of me as long as I have memories. This was born of my Dad watching the F1 GPs. I have odd flashes of F1 memories from the mid-to-late 1980s, but proper ones don't really kick in until the 1990s. This spawned my life-long interest in Ferrari. If there is a (are) Ferrari(s) in a race, be it factory or privateer, then my desires of success are directed at said machine(s)/team(s). Red has always been my favourite colour, and it was thus, in those early days of motorsport interest, which was F1, I happened to pick "the red cars" that were well known.

It remains my weakness to this day, and I don't suppose that is ever going to change.

I didn't really start following other motorsport much until about 1993/1994. I had watched other stuff before then, but it was more incidental than anything else. Nowadays, well, I will watch any competition involving motorised vehicles that I find. One exception to this, in terms of TV, is drag racing, although I don't mind it trackside (still doesn't really float my boat too much).

In the UK I managed to get to regrettably small amounts of racing trackside (mixture of lack of transport/funds/time to do so - physical location not helping much for the first 13 years!). However, now that I live near Calgary, it is all good. There is a race track in the city, which has stuff weekly from April/May through until the end of September. So, I get to that most weekends. I have more or less zero knowledge of any of the series that race there, but that is of no real concern to me. The whole point of going to see it is the experience.

In terms of material stuff, by far the most dominant aspect is media stuff: books, magazines, DVDs, videos, programmes. I have some other bits and bobs, but nothing of comparable volume.

I think that just about covers it.

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I was born in 1990, so I'm still young, with hopes and dreams...

I've grown up with a mother that was an ex communications officer at race meetings, and a father who was a fire marshal at almost any opportunity he could get. I loved the sounds and the smells from the races since I started chanting for Larry Perkins in 1992.

Every year our family used to pile into the car and head up to Bathurst every year for the 1000km race up there. Man I used to love going up there and exploring around, getting lost (several times) and watching the race from inside the caravan and outside, usually on Pit Striaght or Murray's Corner. And I always used to love cheering the drivers at the end of the race when they drove past us on their way back to podium.

Apart from that, I used to make regular visits to Oran Park, Eastern Creek, and Amaroo Park before it was closed.

It's only in recent years that my eyes have opened to all the motorsports of the world. I spend most of my time embursed in some racing site, or playing racing games, or watching racing. My favourite teams or drivers in world motorsport would be Mark Webber in F1, McLaren in F1, Casey Stoner and Valentino Rossi in MotoGP, the Australian A1GP Team, Paul Tracy in CARTs, Team Newman Haas in CARTs, Chris Atkinson and Subaru in WRC, Steven Richards and Perkins Motorsport in V8 Supercars.

Also recently I've started collecting model cars. I started about 2 years ago, and I have about 17 V8 Supercars. My main size is 1/43, though I have a few 1/18s and 1/64s. I have a lot of DVDs about various teams, and about 15 books from various years of the Bathurst 1000.

I always like to hear about the special events of Motorsport like Le Mans, Indy 500 and Spa 24h. On the topic of 24 hour races I recently completed a 24 hour race around the old Nurburgring at GT4 - without pausing or stopping or skipping any part. Thanks to my friend lol.

Nowadays I'm content to be a real armchair enthusiast. My age retricts me from going wherever I want whenever I want, so I usually manage to go to one V8 Supercar event every year. When I'm older I plan to go to every V8 round in Australia and New Zealand, travel to Belgium to watch the F1's at Spa, then to France to watch the Le Mans 24 hours, and to America for the Indy 500. Until then I enjoy the late nights watching Alonso and Schuey fighting for positions at various GPs. I always watch the V8s, manage to watch highlights of WRC on Channel 10, and usually watch the MotoGP. Needless to say even if I don't watch it I look up the results as soon as I can.

I have a few rare pieces of memorabilia. I have a mirror of the Ingall/Murphy car in the 1997 Super Tourer Bathurst 1000 (my dad [inched it when they crashed), a signed Perkins poster, and a series of 8 signed photographs of Peter Brock (well they're my mums but I'll get them one day!).

Um, I think that pretty much covers it for me. Be sure to look out for me if you watch the telecast of the V8 Supercars in future years, I'm gonna be commentating them.
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Hi Im Chris and I'm 22 years old.

I first got into motor racing when I watched an F1 race on tv in 1991. From then on I supported Nigel Mansell and went to Silverstone in 1992 and 1993.

As I got older I became less interested but still went to the odd British GP. I also am a big music fan so I became predominantly occupied with this up until 2003 when I watched another F1 race(think it was austria) and became hooked even more than I had before.

Mainly I follow F1 but I like Gt racing, touring car racing and World Rally also. I watch shows such as top gear, buy car magazines such as evo. I used to buy F1 racing but usually buy autosport or Motorsport news.

I have a lot of books such as 'the mechanics tale', 'villeneuve', 'the life of senna', 'history of Porshe', 'Cavlliano Rampante' '50 years of Grand Prix'. I have DVDs such as the Senna one, F1 onboard and The discovery channel F1 dvd.

Events I have been to include WTCC, Formula Ford festival and HRSCC at Brands Hatch, Truck racing at Pembrey( mainly went for the welsh sports and saloon championship) and the Goodwood festival of speed .

For the future I may be interested in doing some marshalling and some trackdays.
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Hi, I'm Wendy and I'm 24. I'm from Melbourne, Aust. but am living in old blighty for the next year or so...have been here with my fiance since March.

Like a lot of others here, motorsport was in-born. Dad has only missed 2 Bathursts (and that was because he was out of the country) in its existence, so that race comprises the vast majority of my early motorsport memories. He is (was) a huge Brocky fan, and my mum thought he was one of the best looking bloke going around, so she is partly to blame too! My earliest racing memory was at Sandown when I was very very young, plonked on the bench seats and told to watch! After a while me & my older brother got bored so we collected all the beer cans around and made some money for the day

Despite the Holden influence from the olds, I have blue blood, much to dad's bitter disappointment. And you can blame Marcos Ambrose for that . Since Marcos came onto the scene, I have followed V8's much more closely, and even been to 2 Bathursts (wasn't allowed to prior to that - it was a boys only trip in our family).

My main love is V8s, but have now started following the Trucks in the US, only on the net though, can't get footage anywhere. Will be getting Foxtel when we get home next year to watch the Busch series though!! Luckily for my fiance, he is also a Ford supporter (he didn't have a choice actually ) so we watch the races together on telly, and I'm even letting him come to Bathurst next year with me

Other than that, I spend far to much on here, getting my fix, especially of late with Brocky's passing and Bathurst, it has all made me terribly homesick.

I (sort of) collect model cars. I have the 1:18 models of the 2003, 2004 & 2005 Pirtek cars. and I have just placed an order for the 2006 Jeld-Wen car, and the #1 Caltex machine. They are being delivered to mum & dad, so I won't see them for another year or so .
I'm also into photography, I have photos of Rusty's championship burnout's from Phillip Island last year that are better than the ones in the mags!! Needless to say, they were blown up, put in a box frame with a 1:43 scale Caltex car and given to the other half for Christmas!

So thats about it for me... can't wait to get back to Oz and get some live V8 action and buy my very own XR8! Oh yeah, and see my family
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Recently I have got into V8s, the first ever V8 Supercar Race I whatched was the 2002 Winton round (Cheers Channel 5!) and started following it, I lost track around 2004, but this year I'm Back! I am a Holden fan, and as V8_TURBO once said: 'who would win out of a fight, a lion, or a falcon?'. What a great way to put it! I have my own team (fantasy series) Denso/Mobil Motorsports, they are not very good. One of my drivers got taken out at turn 1 at bathurst theis year.... (Mark Skaife......DAMN YOU CLUTCH!) My Best model is my CC 2000 season Richards/Richards Falcon that I picked up for just £7, yes, £7! This year I stayed up all night to whatch Bathurst (ignoring the Japanese GP) and I thouroly enjoyed it! Dont have any particular favourite drivers at the mo, but Holden, oh yeah!
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