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It’s all systems go for the calendars now!
I am ready to deal with any calendar orders by post. You can pay by credit / debit card or PayPal by using the PayPal button on the pasSPort page of the website. Please leave your details including shipping address by using the contact page of the website.
The prices are the same as last year – wall calendars are £11 and the desk versions £12. The photos are different on each version.
Postage is as follows
UK £1.50 for one calendar or £1.97 for two
Europe £4.00 / £4.60
USA & Canada £5.00 / £6.80
Australia & New Zealand £5.30 / £7.20
I would prefer a PayPal account credit using the PayPal button on the pasSPort page, or you can send a cheque to me at 40 Brentwood Place, Brentwood, Essex, CM15 9DN, UK.
If you want to pay by direct bank credit, I can confirm the details.
Can you also confirm the address for postage please
All profits will go to the pasSPort fund and the SP250 website costs, through Laurence Jones & Glyn Overy, who support this. If you want to round up your payment to make a small (or large!) donation to pasSPort, I will ensure that this gets passed on.
They have been printed again by Lavenham Press and the general opinion is that the quality is excellent (& the photos are pretty good too!!). Thanks to everyone who submitted photos for consideration for this year’s calendars.
I am away for a few days so orders will probably not be sent until week commencing Monday 25/11, but will be sent out first class.
Don’t forget to call in to see the friendly faces on the SP250 stand at the NEC Classic Motor Show, and pick up your 2020 calendars as well.
The 2020 SP250 calendars will be back from the printers in the next few days, and your first chance to buy one will be at the NEC Classic Motor Show from Friday 8th to Sunday 10th November. There will be a special show price (and no postage costs!) if you pick up one from there.
After the show, I will start postal orders at £11 for the wall calendars or £12 for the desk versions. Postage costs will be confirmed later and more details to follow.
These dates have now been confirmed although there are not yet full event details.
I have emailed those who I think are interested in the trip, but would welcome any other potential owners.
AlanSeptember 7, 2019 at 12:51 pm in reply to: Frankie’s Classic Car Fest @ Dunton Sunday 1st September #1255
Thanks to all of volunteers and helpers for the show last Sunday, especially the Essex SP team who, as usual, were magnificent!!
We almost closed the roads around Dunton with all of the visitors and the Capri 50th Birthday Display was undoubtedly a big attraction. Hundreds of cars, thousands of visitors and some great food and music made up an unforgettable day.
And what’s more we raised a record amount of over £33,000 (plus more to come in) for Saint Francis Hospice, which they are understandably delighted with.
AlanAugust 29, 2019 at 9:32 pm in reply to: Frankie’s Classic Car Fest @ Dunton Sunday 1st September #1233
This will be an amazing day with over 650 cars booked in to display, including 254 Ford Capris – that will be quite a sight on the Dunton Test Track, and is probably the biggest Capri event anywhere in its 50th anniversary year.
As usual the Essex SP group have come up trumps and are providing great support with marshalling and judging.
Our display areas are now fully booked but anyone can come along on the day for £5 per head to enjoy the day.July 25, 2019 at 8:26 pm in reply to: Frankie’s Classic Car Fest @ Dunton Sunday 1st September #1150
Just 3 weeks to go before advance booking closes, so get in now if you want to join us.
So far we have over 350 cars entered including over 150 Capris and it’s increasing every day!
Apologies as the final link from the previous post is corrupted – hopefully this one will work,
Some video clips from the Spa Classic trip, uploaded these to YouTube
First track lap on the Saturday, cut short by red flag due to some stupid Corvette drivers
Second track lap on the Saturday, cut short at end of lap by another incident
SP250 parade lap from the rear of the pack
Just back from a fantastic Spa Classic weekend , with a great bunch of owners. Should be able to post some pics and YouTube clips shortly.
Driving this iconic circuit in the SP250 is an experience not to be forgotten!
We must do it again next year so get in early if you are interested.
I am still getting some enquiries about joining the SP group at the Spa Classic.
It is now too late to get club discounted entry tickets, entry into the on- circuit club parking area and the anniversary parade lap (on the Sunday), but ‘public’ tickets to the event are still available if you want to join us at the event. Use this link to book tickets
It should be a great event and an interesting road trip across France and Belgium.
Just about to finalise the numbers and have had a cancellation. If anyone else wants to take on the hotel booking, before I cancel it, please let me know urgently.
Laurence. Jones, Stewart Amos and Andrew Shepherd joined me at the event last night and it was a great team effort.
We are so lucky to have such a great bunch of people who are willing to do their bit to help others. Aren’t SP owners fantastic!!!!!
It was me driving my left hand drive car (well spotted with the wipers!) 13 ACM.
It was very damp and the SP has the rear telescopic shock absorber conversion ( one of the development models working with Robert Grinter). It has since had a front anti-roll bar fitted, but this was not on it at the time.
The car in front I believe was a Lancia Flaminia Zagato, which was quicker on the straights, but could be outcornered by the SP – after a cautious first lap, we overtook it on lap 2.
On the Mulsanne straight some of the more modern cars were going very fast but we kept it mostly to around 100 mph ( the road was obviously closed to the public at the time).
Have just had confirmation from the organisers that the SP250s will have a 60th Anniversary Track Parade at 12.35 on the Sunday.