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Old 14 Jan 2019, 10:57 (Ref:3876076)   #31
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Looks like you are filling your weekends pretty well. For some midweek Banger/Stock Car racing I do recommend Wednesday nights at Arlington Stadium, near Eastbourne. Great track to watch from, you are right up close to the action.

Fixtures here http://www.spedeworth.co.uk/venue.php?name=Eastbourne

The Legends on the 19th June are usually good and the Classic Hot Rods and Heritage cars on 3rd July are well worth a look, Bangers are pretty much on every week too for a bit of bash/crash...
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Old 21 Jan 2019, 13:37 (Ref:3877518)   #32
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Thank you all for the information and great ideas!

I finally completed my itinerary which includes 5 days at Le Mans and 2 at Goodwood (Thursday and Sunday). If I run into any other racing event or museum in the rest of the trip I will probably take it, but if not, I will still be attending to two of the events I have seen on TV since I was a child so it will be great.

June
9 to 12 at Normandy (France)
12 to 17 at Le Mans (France) (24 hours)
17 to 20 at Dublin (Ireland)
20 to 23 at Highlands (Scotland)
23 to 27 at Edinburgh (Scotland)
27 to 29 at York (England)
29 to 1 at Bath

July
1 to 8 at London (Goodwood 1st and 4th day)
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Old 22 Jan 2019, 09:23 (Ref:3877650)   #33
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I live close to York so if you want any ideas of what to see let me know.
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Old 22 Jan 2019, 11:33 (Ref:3877668)   #34
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I live close to York so if you want any ideas of what to see let me know.
I will appreciate that a lot! I've already sent you a private message. Thanks!
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Old 9 Aug 2019, 16:04 (Ref:3922089)   #35
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So how did your trip to the UK and the Festival of Speed go?
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Old 9 Aug 2019, 22:39 (Ref:3922136)   #36
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It started in France, I went to Le Mans and then, at the end of the trip, I attended on Thursday and Sunday to Goodwood.
Getting there from London was not easy, both days I left London around 3am, one by train, other by underground to the airport and rental car then but IT WAS TOTALLY WORTH IT.
The amount of things you see in Goodwood is incredible! I enjoyed every minute, I was worried about gettig there and how tired I would be but Goodwood keeps you busy and awake all the time.
Also, I went another day to Brooklands, pretty interesting place to visit!
I hope I can keep going to racing events in Europe in the future. This is my second trip I take advantage for this kind of things and it's the best money and time spent by far.
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Old 10 Aug 2019, 01:05 (Ref:3922148)   #37
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Fantastic. I’m glad you had such a great time.
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Thanks! It was awesome.
Thank you all very much for your great advice.
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