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Old 18 Jan 2017, 20:37 (Ref:3703429)   #16
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Personally, we spend very little time in the main 'scrum' of the scrutineering area (although perhaps a little more time last year as, due to the weather, the crowds were smaller). We hang around in the adjoining road where the cars arrive on flatbeds and in trucks. There is something rather exciting about seeing the cars 'unveiled' and wheeled into (and then again out of) the scrutineering area. You can get some good close up looks at the cars because a lot of people think the only place to be is where everyone else is......

If you check out my recent stories ('16 isn't done yet), you can see what we got up to.....
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I use Sunday just to soak up the atmosphere and relax after a long drive. Monay in my opinion is the best day to enjoy the details. On monday most of the locals are at work and it usualy is less crowded. Scruteneering is not only about cars, also check out the beautiful city and take a Coffee on a terrace. Be sure to hang out where the drivers enter and talk to them (some are willing) for sure see the unloading area and get extremely close to the cars while the technicians check the cars. If you are a ACO member, get the free tour in the inner area.
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