That aside the tachometer has died, it had been vague for a few days and finally decided that it didn't want to play any more. Richard Llewellin will hopefully not forget to pop a spare in his hand luggage today. The cleaning of flies and the filling of scrapes in the belly pan would be a nice daily routine to get into, and even after 18 miles is one we can. Stuart managed to take the trailing edge nearly all the way through, so Del's paintwork is not looking quite so pristine any more. Stuart's feedback is positive although Emily is harder than he expected to muscle around the lower sections of the circuit compared to the flowing mountain. We have raised to rear slightly to make steering easier without, hopefully, compromising stability.
Right, I'm off to re dress the lady and check the belly pan repair. Please wish us luck for later, I've also unlocked the comment section below so you shouldn't need a Google account to add your thoughts and ideas, please do.