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Old 29-10-2020, 10:08 PM
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Hi
I just checked and i can't believe its been 6 years since I was last on SES
I see lots of new names but still some of the original members
Some of those who know me know I retired a couple of years ago and went to live with my Mrs in phuket
Had to dash back to blighty earlier this year when all this kicked off
Not sure when I will get back to thailand to see the mrs
Would be nice to catch up or meet some new members
Stay safe everyone
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Old 30-10-2020, 10:25 AM
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Hi Neil

Long time no see for sure. It is definitely a strange old world at the moment, and it looks to be for quite a while yet.... I assume you're still up north whilst back in blighty?

Time flies eh, it was 2013 that you took me for a fast lap in that Evo FQ400. Haven't made it to the Ring with SES since 2017 due to one reason or another, but got there for a week with the family in July this year when covid restrictions were relaxed - didn't even go on track!

Anyway, hope you're well mate
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Old 30-10-2020, 02:21 PM
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Hi Neil,
Welcome back.
As Steve said I too still have that memory of when you took me for the most amazing lap around the ring in your Evo. I can still hear Big E asking as we spectated at Adenau if I wanted to go for a lap with you and looking around for another Steve convinced he didn't mean me
The car and your skill was incredible
Liz too at Bruntingthorpe for a charity lap which you so generously was using the Evo to entertain the masses.
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Old 31-10-2020, 01:50 PM
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Good to hear from you Neil - hope all is well and you can get back with the family soon enough!
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