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Old 25 May 2017, 12:27 (Ref:3735933)   #16
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andrewc should be qualifying in the top 10 on the grid
It seems its the last two or three miles from public transport, so how about bicycle if its just one person, if taxis/uber aren't convenient or too expensive.
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Old 25 May 2017, 16:57 (Ref:3735962)   #17
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fergus_r should be qualifying in the top 10 on the grid
Brands Hatch is walking distance from Eynsford station- okay, it takes 40 minutes to an hour- but I've done it plenty of times without too much trouble.

Or just call a taxi. Don't rely on buses.
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Old 25 May 2017, 19:20 (Ref:3736004)   #18
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I would have thought Donnington would be straight forward use public transport to East Midlands Airport and then get a taxi.
If you travel on Leicester/Loughborough/East Midlands Airport/Derby Skylink service and ask the driver nicely if they'll stop away from their normal stops, it passes the circuit's east gate (the museum end).

There's at least one marshal who used to do precisely that on the 0530/0545 departure from Leicester!
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Old 26 May 2017, 14:27 (Ref:3736180)   #19
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i can't help beyond the advice already given, but i've done a fair few of the european circuits by public transport (ahhh, freelance work) amd can tell you there isn't a huge amount of difference. a lot of the circuits can be done via bus but you need to have a lot of spare time (nurburgring, for example). others are well located for public transport but suffer from noise issues like the uk (zandvoort, assen to a degree). the hungaroring has a bus service and a station that you can walk to (believe someone of this parish did it), the red bull ring is a €17 taxi each way from the station plus a fairly expensive train from vienna, valencia is a solid taxi ride from the airport, monza could be done on foot from the station with a good set of walking shoes...
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Old 26 May 2017, 18:57 (Ref:3736212)   #20
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Thanks for that link Tim-amazing detail-only practical bus from Swanley must be the first one-might be possible to return via Eynsford?
Next need to find out if my Lincolnshire bus pass is valid on Go CoachLast time I was in the area 400 series route were London Country.Last bus that stopped outside Brands was Maidstone & District 919-was diverted via M20 when that opened
When are you intending going?
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