On the 18th July, Nissan invited the GTROC and Battalion30five clubs, along with other Nissan owners clubs, to come to Donington Park and take their staff and family out on the Heritage Loop for a blast and a sample experience of what Nissan’s both old and new were like. There was also the Infiniti Red […]
In May of 2015, the GTROC and Battalion30five clubs did a joint trip to the Isle Of Man, a beautiful little island and home to the world famous TT Races. We embarked on a 4 day trip, leaving my beloved Liverpool on a Friday morning, returning on the Monday afternoon. Luckily, I was only 6.5 […]
Some more videos of me playing with in car video. This is with Harry’s Lap Timer, using a 1Hz GPS Receiver in the iPhone and a slow ELM327 clone OBD2 reader.
The wishlist is a bit of an odd one for me. I’ve never been one to wish I’d owned someone else’s GT-R. Most are great in straight lines, or too track focused, or something else that just puts me off them slightly, sometimes it’s just even the colour. However, that changed when I saw the […]
Back on June 10th, 2013, I did a Charity Track Day with the GTROC for ASDA On Your Marks Charity. It involved driving down to Bruntingthorpe, donating the car, time, fuel and consumables and taking paying members of the public out for laps around the circuit. In return the money raised is given to the […]
Well what a day this was. Over 40 assembled cars, a mixture of GT-R, Lamborghini, Porsche, Ferrari, Noble, etc. The list was exotic and so was the horsepower on display. I’ve never felt so poor in my life! My lowly 600bhp GT-R wasn’t even on nodding terms with the fastest car of the day, over […]
Well, the first meeting of the GTROC North West took place on 1st October, 2012. I say the first, it was MY first in the GTR. Good company, good conversation regarding all things GTR, Nissan, Turbos, ECU’s, Jimmy Saville and Megan Stammers. A few lines were blurred, but all in jest.