It's been a while. That is, it's been a while since I last had a personal website to share thoughts and post news. It's been a couple of quiet years, actually, and I don't seem to have been doing anything much interesting - unless you count everyday life (getting fired, buying a house, changing a lifestyle). Sometimes life gets in the way, damn it, but after all, you can't rally a house. Hence the new website.
So after a couple of years with life generally being messy and annoying and very little rallying with my favourite driver (Andy), we've decided to get back to what we love best. Rallying. Preferably with each other.
Life may still get in the way but we're aiming to upgrade the Evo (L711GTG) and rebuild the 205 in time to get out to Belgium for Rallye Salamandre and some fun. The Evo needs to be faster - we've come to the peak of what we can achieve in it's current form - and the 205 is just for kicks. Poor Andy has some hard work ahead in the garage.
For anyone that doesn't know, Andy builds & maintains our rally cars. Under sufferance he fixes my road cars too.
I do the other stuff.
I've built the new website so our friends, family and followers can keep up to date with what we're doing, and just in case any mythical sponsors ever decide to donate that pot of gold they've been hoarding at the end of the rainbow.
As well as building websites (contact me for a quote!) I'm a freelance event manager. Another way of saying I will do almost anything. Again, contact me for a quote. No rude suggestions please.
I hope you like the website, brief though it is. Enjoy the blog, and in the words of my facebook friend Bob C, "Stay safe".
PS. Can I just thank our legion of friends and rally photographers for the pictures I've used. Some of the provenance for the photos has been mislaid, so please do let me know if you want the photos credited or a link to your sites.