Quite a drainer of a night. Usual 4 hours drive home turned to 9 hours. Can not thank you enough Pete.
Went skid racing on Saturday. Manage to last the whole day with no problems which was a relief
Made it to Benalla around 12. Saw some guy in a hoodie trying to hitch a ride in the middle of nowhere part of the Hume, was creepy as.
Got up nice and early to be early birds at the gates, but there was already at least 10 cars in front of us at 7am. Started the grueling ordeal of unloading the car. Had some trouble but thanks to Colin for the help, we got it off.
They resurface Winton so it was like ice out there. My handbrake wasnt working too well and I kept on relying on it and failed every session till lunch. Started hearing a knock in the motor which sucked. Gerald came over and told me to check my oil and sure enough, it was low. Topped it up and the knock went away. Such a life saver when hes not breaking his car.
Ditch the handbrake attempts and just clutch kicked into every corner and everything started working out. Finally getting used to this car and had a blast throughout the last 3 session.
Time to load up and go home.
Had a misfortune on the way home so I had to get the car off the trailer so a mate can use it and hide the S13 between trucks at a servo.
Had Tom the truck driver wanting some photos
Airbag ran out of power on the trailer. Just our luck a couple of guys who had a truck with portable air supply came to the rescue. Would never be home if it was not for them. Thanks Alex.
Made it home and left the car outside on the trailer. Bed was so damn good. Unload the car in the afternoon and the knock from the motor was definitely gone. What a relief
Bring on Primal Day.