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30 years of Syncro? (2 threads now merged)

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Not that far off.
20 years in France, 25 years in Germany, where do you think 30 years should be?
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Surrey, because that's where all of the best Syncros are! :lol:
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:rofl

True though

Would be great if it was over here. Who would organise it though? Syncronauts?
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Somewhere warm, dry, sunny and cheap! Spain?

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syncropaddy wrote:Somewhere warm, dry, sunny and cheap! Spain?


That would suit me. Lots of offroad routes around Andalucia. No shortage of inclines either. :ok

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Smugglers trails over the Pyrenees,

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Up north....no point having it somewhere sunny and dry now is there?



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max and caddy wrote:Up north....no point having it somewhere sunny and dry now is there?



Baxters house?


had better renew my pass port then, :D :D
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axeman wrote:
max and caddy wrote:Up north....no point having it somewhere sunny and dry now is there?



Baxters house?


had better renew my pass port then, :D :D

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i vote the usa or south africa...im not quite sure what the process is for the final call..but if in europe a scandic scenario woiuld be nice
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Finland. Could pick up my driveshaft.

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SA gets my vote
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you would need a pretty huge off road area for such an event? there´s definately nothing in Denmark that would suffice.
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This was just hypothetical by the way, I have nothing to do with with it, I just saw the forum at the top from the 25 year event and thought the next biggie was getting closer.
I'm sure there should be some big hills in Austria right? Would seem to make sense to me to have a trip to Graz seeing as Hanover/Wolfsburg was done last time.
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Simon Baxter wrote:This was just hypothetical by the way, I have nothing to do with with it, I just saw the forum at the top from the 25 year event and thought the next biggie was getting closer.
I'm sure there should be some big hills in Austria right? Would seem to make sense to me to have a trip to Graz seeing as Hanover/Wolfsburg was done last time.

It would seem appropriate; buts the direct route is a long boring drive across Germany. Alpine mountains around Graz are nice though.
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