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Old 8 Nov 2019, 17:42 (Ref:3939273)   #5581
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I think it was mentioned in an MSUK bulletin.
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Old 8 Nov 2019, 19:04 (Ref:3939289)   #5582
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Yes it was.

Long time since I’ve been called a youngster!
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Old 8 Nov 2019, 21:42 (Ref:3939306)   #5583
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Does that mean you’ve had your renewal form?

No, as said in a bulletin - I think the renewals are due on the 18th......that's when we'll find out how much the licence fees are going up - although starter non-race licence will be free


Permit fees going up to to cover increased insurance fees, too, I think.
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Old 8 Nov 2019, 22:25 (Ref:3939311)   #5584
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My three years are up on stressed ECG so it’s a big pay out for me .
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Old 9 Nov 2019, 08:50 (Ref:3939386)   #5585
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Ill be having the ecg again. Even if I'm not racing it'll be useful to know how I'm doing. And I still hope to get out sometime next year.
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Old 9 Nov 2019, 10:34 (Ref:3939396)   #5586
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Strange that the ECG is not mandatory here atm, only recommended for drivers above 60 every two years if I'm right. Same for the view.
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Old 9 Nov 2019, 12:21 (Ref:3939423)   #5587
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This ECG thing all seems very Ageist in our 'modern' world.


Could one consider the option of 'identifying' as being, say, 26 and thus claiming that no older persons terms and conditions can be applied?




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Old 9 Nov 2019, 12:28 (Ref:3939425)   #5588
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Sorry I can't fully agree with you. We had several lethal accidents here involving drivers or riders suffering a heart attack. OK, an ECG won't prevent everything but I feel its a good thing at least in historic. Just my opinion and, thank you, my heart is monitored on a regular basis and seems all right… so far!
Like an insurance, seems useless or expensive before an accident!
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Old 9 Nov 2019, 12:54 (Ref:3939426)   #5589
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One has to bear in mind that having an ECG as part of a medical for a licence, whether that be for motor racing or flying, is in reality no different to an MOT, or whatever your national vehicle test may be called; it's a snapshot of what is happening at that precise moment in time.

Yes, it may detect those who already have an underlying coronary condition, but otherwise it is highly unlikely to predict that the patient is going to be subject to anything untoward such as a heart attack.
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True and indeed that's how I view it.
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Old 9 Nov 2019, 13:17 (Ref:3939430)   #5591
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Sorry I can't fully agree with you. We had several lethal accidents here involving drivers or riders suffering a heart attack. OK, an ECG won't prevent everything but I feel its a good thing at least in historic. Just my opinion and, thank you, my heart is monitored on a regular basis and seems all right… so far!
Like an insurance, seems useless or expensive before an accident!
A racing mate of mine was a heart surgeon until recent retirement.
He is firmly of the opinion that the stress ECG is more likely to bring on a heart attack than anything else; he doesnt recommend it as a licence requirement and wrote to the MSA (as it was then)to say so.
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Thank you Andy, will make me see things from a different point of view. I'll try my best to stay in good condition, at least till mid January…
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Le Mans 66, the movie. Who will watch this one?
Me, if I can find it.

Now that half term is over, perhaps it will finally replace Shaun Le Mouton at Arras cinema!

See there is a special display of tractors at Retromobile, Gerard? Not sure that will be tempting enough for a certain someone...
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Hi John! Hope life treats you well. You're right, the classic farm tractors market seems quite attractive but will it be for the average Rétromobile visitor is a good question though. Guess the '50 BRM Type 15 will be successful. What about E.B sending the sound from his mobile phone?
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Old 9 Nov 2019, 14:01 (Ref:3939440)   #5595
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Guess what? May be Bauble could send a picture from the original driver!
You can watch the movie from 13th of November at Arras Megarama. if not satisfied, vous pouvez vous rendre en Belgique, à Courtrai aussi dit Kortrijk en patois local! No choice in your area, it will be the french speaking version, VF, subtitles in Japanese… Enjoy it!

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