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hedgerley last won the day on November 20 2014

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About hedgerley

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  • Birthday 04/06/1960

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  • Name
    Mark Rigby
  • Car
    2001 Lotus Esprit V8-GT
  • Modifications
    2004 rear light panel, central exhaust and slotted valence
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    Fife

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  1. I can see the Esprit in there but my immediate thought was this https://images.app.goo.gl/NQo1rTyEEB559WYZ6
  2. A bit weird to think that Blade Runner is set in the past.......or am I just feeling my age? https://nationalpost.com/entertainment/movies/as-of-wednesday-blade-runner-is-no-longer-set-in-the-future
  3. Twas a bit nippy, despite the sunshine.
  4. Geely were one of the original sponsors, helping to bankroll much of the development and were featured quite prominently in the promotional stuff. I'm surprised they didn't pick it up when it went it went into administration. Maybe they are still involved somehow?
  5. Meanwhile, back in the real world....
  6. Starlight Black over magnolia. Seats retrimmed a few years ago in the 25th Anniversary style by Allon Whyte. Rest of interior original, 2001. Centre tunnel, doors etc still look really good and the seats are an almost perfect match.
  7. Perhaps one of the weirdest badging exercises ever. £30k for a badged and spruced up £15k Toyota IQ. It's up there with the Tickford Metro for those old enough to remember.
  8. Yes, that was me waving at you this afternoon @Johnny5 not some mad random biker. You looked a bit startled as I rode past! Got it back on the road in the summer, taking advantage of another glorious Fife day. Esprit has a small radiator leak so need to attend to that before the next big drive out. But on a day like today, the Zephyr is a damn fine substitute. You can probably recognise the location..... Its been a while, hope you and Audrey are well.
  9. Now my desktop wallpaper. The first car to oust my family photo for years. Very cool pic
  10. A quick run up the coast in the sun this afternoon, between Dalgety Bay and Kinghorn via the back roads. I met an Elise 220 as I left left the Bay, was followed by a Ferrari GTS on the way to Kinghorn and coming the opposite way, before I got there, were a Jaguar C Type and an E-Type convertible. Capped by a red Evora leaving Aberdour later on. All in the space of less than half an hour. Made my day.
  11. Sure I read somewhere that they will provide a 'plain' hatch cover as well so the signed one can be removed and displayed. In one's man cave I presume....sorry, MY man cave
  12. There's some good coverage here, with the opening remarks and the interviews. I was asked mid afternoon if I and fellow drivers could hang on until 4:30 for a live broadcast walk along the line-up and a piece to camera. Unfortunately there were only two of us left by then, it had started to rain heavily and the Borders TV guy said 'TV doesn't work in the rain'. My chance for stardom lost forever, like tears, in rain (to misquote my favourite movie.....) https://bit.ly/2NDwIYl
  13. What a great day at the official opening of the Jim Clark Motorsport Museum in Duns by Sir Jackie Stewart with Alan McNish and other notables in attendance, including Doug Nye, Doug Niven, Sally Stokes, John Cleland, Loiuse Aitkin-Walker and a few others I didn't recognise The weather held and the speeches and reminiscing from those that knew Clark where wonderful. And some interesting cars in attendance of course, including a Bitter, only the second I've ever seen!
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