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RTV 20/01/08 (Sunday) www.4wdni.co.uk in Northern Ireland

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RTV 20/01/08 (Sunday) www.4wdni.co.uk in Northern Ireland

Postby CJ on Mon Jan 14, 2008 8:40 pm

Its at Lough Fea, which is a sand quarry near Cookstown.

Meet up at aboout 0930 for scrutineering. (as long as you are taxed you'll be fine...)

£20 to join the club and the first event is free! (Usually £20 per event)

I'll be there in my Sport S as will my brother in his V8 RR and a shed load of Land Rovers. There is also one annoyingly good guy in a Ford Maverick on road tyres who cleans up each month. Sickening if he wasn't such a top bloke.

If you want to come and need more details on location / time etc then please send me a message or post and I'll respond.

Cheers

Colin
Cheers

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Postby CJ on Wed Jan 16, 2008 4:15 pm

I should point out that our RTV events are designed to be "shiny car friendly" and are largely done in first gear only.

These slow and careful driving events are open to any car from showroom specification to the most extreme modified 4x4s out there.

Come on - a great day out!
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Postby green jeep on Tue Jan 29, 2008 9:49 pm

hi ther from ballymena, could you post details of anymore events such as this, as i would love have a go. it would also be a good chance to meet other frontera owners & have some FUN!!!!!!!! :drink:
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Postby CJ on Wed Jan 30, 2008 11:46 am

No worries - check out our website for a diary of events.

http://www.4wdni.co.uk

I should clarify my previous statement - our RTV events are fairly shiny car friendly - but the potential for scraping and possible light damage remains in some measure.

I bent a side step on sunday, but that was my decision. A mate in a freelander didn't attempt the section which I banged up on as he reckoned he'd do worse.

We walk the course first so you decide how far you want to go.

You don't compete with other cars so much as with yourself.

Hope to see you there.
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