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Lelystad Dutch 02 Weekend - Final UK Agenda:


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Lelystad 2008 5-7th September 2008

Come on & join us for the fantastic Dutch 02 Weekend in Lelystad Holland. The Dutch are one of the most friendliest nations & will make you feel very welcome:

Agenda:

The Fantastic European Dutch 02 weekend. http://www.bmw02club.nl/

Friday 5th Sept;

Catch Dover to Calais P&O Ferry 07:55 Tel: 08716 645645

Drive through France & Belgium onto 02 Specialist Laurens Manders in Deurne for coffee and 02 talks in the afternoon (www.mandersautogas.nl), Address: Vlierdenseweg 98

5753 Ag, Deurne, then onto the IBIS in Utrecht on the Friday evening. You need to book a room: 00 31 30 291 0366 Address: Bizetlaan 1 - 3533 KC - UTRECHT

Saturday 6th Sept: Is a short drive to Lelystad for the Event where all Foreign 02’s get in for FREE.

Spend the day at the track buying/selling parts (more than you’ll ever see in the UK), there’s also track 02 action & Concours.

Saturday evening is a Buffet dinner & then party.

7th Sept: The Dutch are doing a tour, but I shall be heading back to catch the 18:00 or earlier Ferry back to the UK.

Important numbers: P&O Ferries: 08716 645645

IBIS Utrecht – You need to reserve a room in advance: 00 31 30 291 0366

Saturday night Accommodation this year is at Hotel De Lange Jammer http://www.delangejammer.nl/en/index.htm also if you want to join us for the evening meal you need to pre-book with this Hotel. Hotel De Lange Jammer

Pioniersstraat 15*

8244PD Lelystad

Tel: 00 31 320-260 415

Fax: 0320-262 019

mail: info@delangejammer.nl

For more info Email: evenementen@bmw02club.nl

Chairman of the 02 Register BMW Car Club (GB) Ltd.

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Richard,

Are you driving the Turbo to the event? As a regular reader of both Total BMW and BMW Car (I do forget which one you contribute to) I do read your monthly updates. Here's wishing you a safe and mechanically trouble free journey. Oh yeah and share some pics.

Sam Adams

75 Chamonix sedan

72 Inka 2000tii Touring

89 325iX

03 MINI Cooper

Sam Adams
1972 Inka 2000tii Touring, 1968 Manila 1600-2, 2001 325iT
 

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Richard,

Are you driving the Turbo to the event? As a regular reader of both Total BMW and BMW Car (I do forget which one you contribute to) I do read your monthly updates. Here's wishing you a safe and mechanically trouble free journey. Oh yeah and share some pics.

Sam Adams

75 Chamonix sedan

75 Inka 2000tii Touring

89 325iX

03 MINI Cooper

Sam Adams
1972 Inka 2000tii Touring, 1968 Manila 1600-2, 2001 325iT
 

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