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  1. I believe the intended USA customer kept trying to knock the price down with the result that Lotus Motorsport got tired of trying to agree a price and decided to advertise the car more widely.
  2. I’d never even heard of a show or display exemption until now, so it wasn’t me
  3. Correct Andy Indeed I am! Or maybe I just like GTEs
  4. The other four were never produced. If you look at the nose of my car you will see it is slightly longer and sharper than the other cars including the Stratton’s cars
  5. The original plaque on my car shows that it was indeed one of five planned.
  6. I think the difficulty was getting the weave to align from one panel to the adjoining ones
  7. How do you define “full carbon bodied” Bibs? Does that include the doors?
  8. The Mansory seats do make the driving position higher. That’s fine for seeing what’s in front of you but not so good for seeing what’s behind you. I opted for a very simple solution. I duck my head when I want to see what’s behind me! Maybe I don’t look in my mirrors often enough but I survived two European Road trips with that solution. The Mansory seats are more upright but you get used to that.
  9. I’m not near my garage at the moment but maybe these will help :
  10. Looked good in the car too.
  11. The red set that were in Craig Moncrieff’s garage are mine. I fitted them to my white GTE. They are incredibly light and very comfortable. I still have them.
  13. That's a good question Thomas. Driving faster would give you more grip at the rear, but the risk of aquaplaning also depends on the depth of the tyre tread and the amount of water on the road.
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