That would be the now trademarked 'Leon-Cam' established Croft Trackday 2006, Ta Da, Lol!
roud: I also waited for the Marshals to go on a tea break as they're pretty strict about you not taking video incase you bin it and put it on YouTube telling the world how dangerous the place it...
Originally I looked at running a 'stick' of wood across the top rear seats and securing it solid using some foam and the rear head-rests, then fixing the camera to the wood... But luckily my Dad had an old tripod so I thought I'd try that first, noticing then that the Golf has four 'loops' in the boot for attaching trays/net, I thought I'd try and attach some bungee hooks and voila, it's solid as you like and cost the total of £5 for the bungee's from Halfords.
Added 'Flash Value' bonus with it too is that because I've got a boot mounted processor box for the Alpine Screen, I can plug the 'Video Out' from the Camera directly into the headunit, so what the camera is recording is also playing on the headunit at the same time, Quite good for rear/side shots during Quarter Mile or Trackdays so you can see how close something is behind you...
As for other cars at the ring, it was the Porsche Owners Club day when we were there so the majority of cars were GT3 RS's, however there were a few Carrera GT's and classic 911's, we did have a really good section with a old 6pot 911, not sure what it was exactly but it was only just quicker than us on the straights and obviously the R32 made up for it in the corners, think it was about half a lap where he couldn't shake me in the corners and I couldn't catch him on the straights, real good fun to have a comparable run as opposed to the usual Viper or M5 flying past with Sabine at the wheel.
Unfortunately, quite a few of the GT3 RS' ended up in the walls that week, I don't consider myself a race driver but there were some real prats on that track. 22year old "Hoorah Henry's" in brand new Porsches who just assumed they could drive as fast as they wanted and the car would do as it's told, I counted three smashed GT3 RS' on the first day I was there, real shame, especially as they have to close the track for 30-60mins to clean up the mess
The real cars to watch out for though aren't the big power British owned saloons or supercars, it's the locally owned race/track prepped Mk2/3 Golf's you want to watch for, there like lightning round that track, probably because they drive it daily just for fun!
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