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Old 24 Jan 2016, 19:57 (Ref:3607704)   #31
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Viewing will be normal Brands areas (with the exception of where the stage route crosses, for example the outside of Paddock) and a restricted area in the rally school area.
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Old 24 Jan 2016, 21:10 (Ref:3607741)   #32
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Thanks for the info Suze. Sounds promising. Will just have to wait and see how close we can get to it on the day. Hopefully paddock bend grandstand will be open and we'll be able to cross the stage to access druids area between stages...
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Old 24 Jan 2016, 21:13 (Ref:3607743)   #33
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Thanks for the info Suze. Sounds promising. Will just have to wait and see how close we can get to it on the day. Hopefully paddock bend grandstand will be open and we'll be able to cross the stage to access druids area between stages...
You could always walk around the other way - so get to Druids from the GP loop side by crossing the bridge. It's a longer walk but the stages use Clearways and Surtees so you won't miss out on too much action.
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Old 24 Jan 2016, 21:47 (Ref:3607748)   #34
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Very true. Could do with the exercise after Christmas too!
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Old 25 Jan 2016, 10:07 (Ref:3607822)   #35
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Viewing will be normal Brands areas (with the exception of where the stage route crosses, for example the outside of Paddock) and a restricted area in the rally school area.
That's great, thanks for the clarification Suze!
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Old 25 Jan 2016, 12:14 (Ref:3607835)   #36
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Be aware guys that if you are booking online they are ramming a 2 quid booking fee down your faces so you are saving the grand total of 2 whole pounds. typical Palmer
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Old 26 Jan 2016, 18:42 (Ref:3608235)   #37
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Be aware guys that if you are booking online they are ramming a 2 quid booking fee down your faces so you are saving the grand total of 2 whole pounds. typical Palmer
In which case I'm glad I got my season ticket early!
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Old 27 Jan 2016, 14:40 (Ref:3608490)   #38
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There's a map of the available spectator areas now:

http://www.msv.com/media/4533786/win...iewing_map.pdf
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Old 27 Jan 2016, 15:56 (Ref:3608504)   #39
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That's pretty encouraging. Thanks Bert. Hopefully paddock hill grandstand will be open but it looks doubtful from that. Great news that the rally area has some limited viewing area. And that there will be a crossing point for the lazy...
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Old 27 Jan 2016, 16:23 (Ref:3608508)   #40
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Forgive the question on this event (ive never been before).

Does this event have any jumps or water splashes etc? I am thinking of coming and bringing my camera and would like to get some pics. Can anyone advise?

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Old 27 Jan 2016, 19:25 (Ref:3608538)   #41
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The Paddock Hill Grandstand won't be open for the event.

Stage diagrams are at http://brandshatchstages.co.uk/sites...ams_v1_msa.pdf

Between junctions 3 and 4 (at the gate) there's a bit of a jump, the closest access is the bank at Paddock but I can't recall what the fence etc is like there.

Otherwise the rally school stage is normally slippery as another option.
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Old 27 Jan 2016, 20:22 (Ref:3608547)   #42
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Thanks for the reply. Is there any spectating in the wooded section behind the paddock?
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Old 27 Jan 2016, 22:00 (Ref:3608567)   #43
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There looks to be some limited area on that map for the rally stage but doesn't look like the whole woods is open for viewing
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Old 28 Jan 2016, 09:10 (Ref:3608642)   #44
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Sorry Sodemo, I'm not clear which wooded but you're referring to or which bit of the stage you're wanting to see. As Hickey says there is a limited section of the "normal" Brands Hatch rally school open for viewing.
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Thanks for the reply. Is there any spectating in the wooded section behind the paddock?
I assume you're referring to the rally school section at the back of the paddock/Hailwoods, in which case yes there is a limited amount of viewing but it can become a bit of a scrum judging by previous events To be perfectly honest there's good viewing all round and both of the grandstands are worth a visit.
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