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  1. Ford and Multimatic today reveal at the Goodwood Festival of Speed the Ford GT Mk II, a limited-edition, track-only GT that represents the next stage in Ford GT performance With a 700 horsepower 3.5-litre EcoBoost engine, race-proven aerodynamics and competition-oriented handling, the GT Mk II has been co-developed by Ford Performance and Multimatic based on competitive learnings from Ford’s successful FIA World Endurance Championship and IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship campaigns with the Ford GT race car – yet GT Mk II is engineered independent of race series rules, regulations and limitations. “The GT Mk II unleashes the full performance potential of the Ford GT without any artificial performance limitations dictated by racing sanctioning bodies,” said Hau Thai-Tang, Ford chief product development and purchasing officer. “It’s the closest GT owners can get to the Le Mans-winning performance and exhilarating feeling of crossing the finish line in the Ford GT race car.” Limited to just 45 vehicles, with a starting MSRP of $1.2 million, the GT Mk II joins the GT race car that won the 2016 24 Hours of Le Mans and the Ford GT supercar. “The true off-the-hook performance capability of the GT hasn’t yet been fully showcased,” said Multimatic’s chief technical officer, Larry Holt. “The road car is obviously limited by the many global homologation requirements that it must comply with, and the race car suffers from the restriction of the dreaded Balance of Performance, resulting in it being 150 horsepower down to the road car. The Mk II answers the regularly asked question of how would the car perform with all the limitations lifted: the answer is spectacularly.” Built in Markham, Ontario, the Mk II begins life at the main Ford GT plant before being transferred to a specialist facility at Multimatic Motorsports where it is crafted into the Ford GT Mk II. The best of both worlds The Ford GT Mk II is focused around aerodynamic and engine improvements and shares key features with both the street-legal GT supercar as well as the GT race car. Many of its components have been track-proven in the world’s most challenging endurance racing events. The large dual-element rear wing exceeds what the Ford GT race car offers in terms of downforce. An all-new front racing splitter and diffuser have been incorporated along with new fender louvres and dive planes, which help balance out the extra rear downforce. These aggressive aerodynamic changes enable the GT Mk II to generate over 400 per cent more downforce than the Ford GT while fixed aerodynamic elements along with its race-proven suspension and Michelin Pilot Sport racing tyres enable the car to pull more than 2 g of lateral grip. GT Mk II is also lighter and more agile. The street car’s adjustable ride height and drive modes have been removed, providing a weight savings of over 90 kg while 5-way adjustable DSSV shock absorbers work with a lowered and fixed ride height to improve handling and keep the Mk II as aerodynamically efficient as possible. The Ford GT Mk II features the 3.5-litre EcoBoost engine that powers both the Ford GT race car and the road car but since the Mk II is not limited by any racing sanctioning body it is able to generate 200 horsepower more than the race car, making the Mk II the most powerful version of the Ford GT. The 3.5-litre EcoBoost is paired with the same seven-speed dual-clutch transmission from the Ford GT but specially calibrated for this track-exclusive application. To add stamina to power, the GT Mk II adds innovative engine cooling technology, including a high capacity air-to-air outboard mounted charge air cooler with water spray technology. The water spray automatically activates in high temperature situations to provide cooling by applying atomised water on the charge air cooler allowing the Ford GT Mk II to maintain a consistent level of power at high temperatures. A roof-mounted intake reminiscent of the race car engine air intake has been added for the Mk II to feed auxiliary engine, clutch and transmission coolers, giving the Mk II optimal cooling for the most extreme track day duty. Increased engine power is paired with improved stopping power. The Mk II features braking performance beyond that of the GT race car by utilising the street car’s carbon ceramic brakes, including 15.5-inch front and 14.1-inch rear Brembo brakes. Unique forged aluminium 19-inch wheels cover the massive brakes with race-proven Michelin Pilot Sport GT tyres. The front fascia and hood of the Mk II are similar to the street car as well as the stylised Ford GT headlamps with signature running lights. Interior changes include a bespoke Sparco racing seat with a six-point racing harness and an optional passenger seat. A full MoTeC data acquisition system has also added to provide vital information for a track racer, which also doubles as a display for the rear camera. Latest GT family member The Ford GT production car, which made its first Goodwood appearance in 2017, is the most advanced and exclusive Ford road car ever, limited to volumes of no more than 250 a year, globally. Built for the 24 Hours of Le Mans endurance race, the Ford GT race car has been a great success for Ford, winning the GTE Pro class at Le Mans on its first attempt in 2016, exactly 50 years on from the first of four successive Le Mans victories for the Ford GT40 at Le Mans. Ford ended its competitive GT racing program in the FIA World Endurance Championship at the 2019 Le Mans in the GTE Pro class. The Ford GTs will continue to race through the remainder of the IMSA season, which culminates at Road Atlanta in October. The GT Mk II makes its public debut running in the Supercar class at the Goodwood Festival of Speed and will be sold directly to customers by Multimatic. Customers interested in purchasing a Mk II are invited to contact Multimatic via
  2. An exhilarating line-up of some of the fastest Ford road and race cars from around the world is demonstrating the diversity of Ford Performance programmes at the 2019 Goodwood Festival of Speed, which takes place near Chichester in the U.K The all-new Focus ST makes its U.K. public debut on the world-famous Goodwood Hillclimb, alongside the all-new Mustang Shelby GT500, seen for the first time in Europe demonstrating its 760 horsepower performance. Fresh from the Le Mans 24 Hours, the #66 Ford Chip Ganassi Racing Ford GT race car swaps the Circuit de la Sarthe for the Hillclimb course wearing the special “Celebration Livery” in which it completed the iconic race. The M-Sport Ford World Rally Team’s Ford Fiesta WRC car also shows off its proficiency on the asphalt and loose surfaces of the Hillclimb and Forest Rally Stage. Ford’s 2018 NASCAR Championship-winning performance is on show for the first time in Europe via the Team Penske Ford Fusion race car, and the 1980 Ford Zakspeed Turbo Capri race car celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Ford Capri sports coupe. Champion drifter Vaughn Gittin Jr. returns to Goodwood in 2019 with his Ford Mustang RTR Drift car, as does Gymkhana TEN star Ken Block – this time with his famous Hoonitruck and Escort RS Cosworth models. “The Ford Performance team serves as an innovation laboratory and test-bed, helping our motorsport programmes around the world deliver even more exciting road cars and experiences for our customers,” said Leo Roeks, Ford Performance director, Europe. “Whether it's the Ford GT race car's anti-lag technology that influences the system now enhancing Focus ST turbo response, or the go-anywhere capability of Fiesta WRC car replicated in the Ranger Raptor pick-up, bringing the spirit of competition into our road-going models is at the core of what we do.” Also on show to the public for the first time, the new Ford Puma SUV-inspired crossover stars alongside the all-new Kuga SUV on the Ford stand, where visitors can find exciting activities and challenges including the opportunity to win a passenger ride in the Ford Ranger Raptor – now available in the Forza Horizon 4 racing game. All-new Focus ST breaks cover Driven up the Goodwood Hillclimb by seven-time British motorsport champion Paul Swift, the all-new Focus ST features a 280 PS 2.3-litre EcoBoost petrol engine for 0-100 km/h (0-62 mph) acceleration in 5.7 seconds in five-door body style. Delivering 420 Nm of torque, the Focus ST offers even faster in-gear acceleration than the acclaimed previous generation Focus RS. Advanced sports technologies including twin-scroll turbocharging and anti-lag – plus optional Launch Control and rev-matching for the short-throw six speed manual gearbox – support the most responsive Focus ST driving experience ever. Unique suspension, braking and powertrain configurations are delivered by a Ford Performance-led development process. The Focus ST is the first front-wheel drive Ford to feature an electronic limited-slip differential, which enhances the cornering and stability of the EcoBoost-powered variant as standard – sharpening responses to changing grip levels and driver inputs using computer-controlled pre-emptive actuation. Selectable Drive Modes enable drivers to adjust the vehicle’s character to suit the driving scenario including Sport mode with dedicated steering wheel mounted button, and hardcore Track Mode as part of the optional Performance Pack. Continuously Controlled Damping – standard for five-door EcoBoost variants – enhances the short long arm independent rear suspension configuration for ultimate refinement. “We’ve drawn inspiration from the Ford GT supercar, F‑150 Raptor pick-up, Ford Mustang and Fiesta ST to develop a Focus ST capable of punching you in the back the moment you hit the throttle,” Roeks said. The all-new Focus ST is available from launch in five-door and wagon body styles offering 280 PS 2.3-litre EcoBoost petrol and 190 PS 2.0-litre EcoBlue diesel powertrains with six-speed manual transmissions. Five-door and wagon 2.3-litre EcoBoost seven-speed automatic variants will also be introduced from autumn 2019. Unprecedented power: Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 Making its European debut after being unveiled for customers in the U.S. earlier this year, the all-new Mustang Shelby GT500’s 760 horsepower performance will be kept in check at Goodwood by three-time world champion drifter Vaughn Gittin Jr. The Shelby GT500 is the most powerful street-legal Ford ever, with a hand-built, aluminium, supercharged 5.2-litre V8 engine supporting 0-60 mph (0-97 km/h) acceleration in the mid-3 second range, and sub-11-second quarter-mile times. Delivering 625 lb/ft of torque, it is the most power- and torque-dense supercharged production V8 engine in the world. The Shelby GT500 features unique suspension geometry, a new electronic power steering unit and lighter-weight coil springs front and rear. Combined with next-generation active MagneRide™ suspension, the payoff is the highest-ever lateral acceleration from a Mustang for greater track performance and driver control. Two-piece, 420 mm front brake discs are the largest of any sports coupe on sale in the U.S., and are supported by six-piston Brembo callipers for ultimate stopping power. A TREMEC® seven-speed dual-clutch transmission can shift smoothly in less than 100 milliseconds. Ford GT Le Mans racer unleashed Each of the four factory Ford Chip Ganassi Racing Ford GTs that competed in last month’s Le Mans 24 Hours endurance race featured a special “Celebration Livery” reflecting Ford’s success at Le Mans, both in the present day and during the 1960s. The #66 Ford GT driven up the hill at this year’s Goodwood event by Stefan Mücke – and piloted at Le Mans by Mücke alongside teammates Olivier Pla and Billy Johnson – bears a special black livery echoing the Ford GT40 of Bruce McLaren and Chris Amon that won Le Mans in 1966. The Ford Chip Ganassi Racing Ford GTs feature a lightweight carbon and aluminium chassis, carbon fibre body panels and a twin-turbocharged 3.5-litre EcoBoost V6 engine delivering 500 PS and 500 Nm of torque. The Ford GT race car is based on the Ford GT road car – which delivers 655 PS and 750 Nm of torque; a top speed of 347 km/h (216 mph); and features active aerodynamics for ultimate performance. Limited to just 250 examples per year, the Ford GT is among the world’s most exclusive supercars. The company is set to make a special Ford GT announcement during a dedicated press conference from 09:45 BST, July 4, at the Goodwood Festival of Speed, where Hermann Salenbauch, global director, Ford Performance, and Larry Holt, chief technical officer, Multimatic, will deliver news on the Ford GT ultra-high-performance supercar. Ford Fiesta WRC takes the stage Campaigned by the M-Sport Ford World Rally Team in the FIA World Rally Championship, the Ford Fiesta WRC car delivers 385 PS and 450 Nm of torque from Ford’s 1.6-litre EcoBoost engine, for lightning-fast four-wheel drive performance whether on pave roads or gravel tracks. M-Sport WRC driver Elfyn Evans is demonstrating the combination of performance and driving skill that last year secured him his first WRC win at the Dayinsure Wales Rally GB, with high-speed runs on the Goodwood Hillclimb and Forest Rally Stage. Evans’ teammate, Teemu Suninen, last month secured his best-ever result at Rally Italia Sardegna, finishing in second place overall in the Ford Fiesta WRC car. Evans and Suninen are currently fourth and fifth respectively in the drivers’ championship. Ford Fusion NASCAR racer in Europe Swapping more familiar territory of American oval races up to 600 miles (965 km) long for a hillclimb sprint of a little over 1 mile, the Team Penske Ford Fusion NASCAR race car brings a taste of one of Ford’s most successful U.S. motorsport programmes to West Sussex, England. Like all NASCAR racers, the #22 Team Penske Fusion that claimed the driver's championship in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series in 2018 driven by Joey Logano remains true to stock car racing roots – powered by a 5.8-litre Ford V8 engine producing 775 horsepower and 530 lb/ft of torque. Gear changes are via a four-speed manual H-pattern transmission. Featuring a steel tube frame, hand-formed sheet metal bodywork and a Penske chassis, the Team Penske Fusion is driven at Goodwood by U.S. sports car driver Billy Johnson – the most successful driver of all time in the IMSA Continental Tire Championship who most recently won the 2016 championship with the a Ford Mustang Shelby GT350R-C. Celebrating Capri with the Zakspeed Turbo A hardcore racing version of the iconic Ford Capri, the flame-spitting Zakspeed Turbo Capri was built to compete in Germany’s DRM touring car and sports car racing series – winning the Division 2 championship in 1981 driven by Germany’s Klaus Ludwig. Powered by a turbocharged 1.7-litre engine, further enhanced from the Cosworth BDA engine based on Ford’s 1.3-litre Kent engine of the period, the Zakspeed Turbo Capri produces 540 PS and 482 Nm of torque. The distinctive race car that competed in DRM championships between 1980 and 1982 is now owned and driven at Goodwood by Peter Mücke, founder of Mücke Motorsports and father of Stefan Mücke who raced the Ford GT for Ford Chip Ganassi Racing until the conclusion of the team’s WEC racing programme at Le Mans this year. First introduced in 1969, Ford sold more than 1.9 million Capris across 17 years of production. Fan favourites Block and Gittin Jr. back on track Hugely popular petrol-heads Ken Block and Vaughn Gittin Jr. return with their purpose-built high performance Fords for more sideways antics on the Goodwood Hillclimb and The Arena -- a new drifting showground. Block’s one-of-a-kind 1977 Ford F-150 Hoonitruck is living up to its name as it demonstrates its incredible 914 horsepower, 702 lb/ft of torque, rally-bred all-wheel drive performance for the first time at the event. The truck, which debuted in the Gymkhana TEN video last year, features the largest 3D metal-printed part for a working vehicle in automotive history. Ford Performance engineers collaborated with a team of Ford research engineers in Europe and RWTH Aachen's Digital Additive Production Institute, in Germany, to develop and build the intricate aluminium intake manifold. Block’s new Ford Escort RS Cosworth Widebody “Cossie V2” also makes its Goodwood debut. The dramatically styled retro model was developed after Block lost his 1991 Ford Escort Cosworth Group A rally car to a fire while competing in summer 2018. Powered by a 317 PS Ford Cosworth 2.0-litre engine, the model features a WRC-style body kit over a widened chassis. The Mustang RTR Spec 5-D driven by Gittin Jr. at Goodwood is the same record-breaking vehicle used last year when he became the first driver to drift all 13 miles of the legendary Nürburgring Nordschleife. Developed specifically to compete in Formula Drift, Gittin Jr.’s bespoke Mustang is powered by a 5.0-litre Ford Performance Aluminator XS V8 engine with Vortech JT Trim Supercharger, and features a six-speed sequential Pfitzner Performance Gearbox and carbon fibre body panels. Ranger Raptor off-road The new Ford Ranger Raptor is the toughest and most high-performing version ever of Europe’s best-selling pick-up – developed by Ford Performance for the true enthusiast off-roader and powered by a Bi-turbo version of Ford’s 2.0‑litre EcoBlue diesel engine that delivers 213 PS and 500 Nm of torque, and Ford’s new 10-speed automatic gearbox. Precision driver Paul Swift is showcasing the Ranger Raptor’s imposing dimensions, extreme styling and unique Ford Performance chassis optimised for high-speed off-road driving and go-anywhere capability in Goodwood's Off-Road Arena. Since July 2, even greater numbers of off-road driving fans are able to experience the Ranger Raptor’s performance, after the model became available in the Xbox open-world racing game Forza Horizon 4. Last year, the Ranger Raptor became the first ever vehicle launched at video gaming event, at Gamescom in Cologne, Germany. “There’s a genuine fun-factor about this unique vehicle, a rally-style pick-up that will bring smiles to drivers and gamers across the world,” said Roelant de Waard, vice president, Marketing, Sales & Service, Ford of Europe. “It’s also a stunning addition to the virtual Ford garage that already includes some of the most driven vehicles on Forza, and we know gamers everywhere will enjoy all the on- and off-road thrills Ranger Raptor has to offer.” Puma and Kuga debut on the Ford stand Visitors to the three-story Ford Performance stand will also be among the first to experience the all-new Ford Kuga SUV and new Ford Puma SUV-inspired crossover models, following their introductions earlier this year. Debuting sleek new exterior design with premium proportions that deliver improved roominess and comfort, the all-new Kuga is Ford's most electrified vehicle ever, with the sophisticated all-new Kuga Titanium, sporty Kuga ST‑Line and upscale Kuga Vignale will offer an advanced range of hybrid powertrains for unprecedented Ford SUV fuel efficiency. The charismatic new Puma fuses stunning exterior design, best-in-class uncompromised load space, and sophisticated mild-hybrid powertrain technology. In addition, gamers who set the fastest lap times using the Ford stand's Forza Horizon 4 gaming pods stand a chance to win a passenger ride in the Ranger Raptor with Paul Swift, and a new toboggan run offers a Ford Performance-inspired high-speed, high-thrill slide around the stand structure.
  3. Ford has unveiled a set of four ‘celebration liveries’ for its GTE-Pro cars ahead of the factory GT program’s 24 Hours of Le Mans swansong The set of designs takes inspiration from Ford’s previous successes at the Circuit de la Sarthe with the Ford GT40 in the 1960s and the Ford GT in 2016. Last month, it was confirmed that this year’s edition of the French endurance classic will be the manufacturer’s last with the Ford GT, which has taken 16 race wins in three and a half years of global competition. The No. 66 Ford, which will be driven at Le Mans by Stefan Muecke, Olivier Pla and Billy Johnson, has a black design in reference to the Ford GT40 Mk. 2 in which Bruce McLaren and Chris Amon won the race outright in 1966. Its sister FIA World Endurance Championship car, the No. 67 of Andy Priaulx, Harry Tincknell and Jonathan Bomarito, will celebrate the 1967-winning Ford Mk. IV driven by Dan Gurney and AJ Foyt. The No. 69 Ford GT will take the design of the Ken Miles/Denny Hulme GT40 that finished second in Ford’s 1-2-3 sweep of the top positions in 1966. This car, which will be shared by Scott Dixon, Ryan Briscoe and Richard Westbrook, was one of two American-based Fords recently spotted loading up at Chicago O’Hare airport. The other was the No. 68 machine, which resembles the car that took its unchanged driver lineup of Dirk Mueller, Joey Hand and Sebastien Bourdais to GTE-Pro honors in 2016. This design was already known having been used by the Ford CGR team in the most recent IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship round at Mid-Ohio. In addition, the Ford entered by Keating Motorsports in the GTE-Am category will compete in a special Wynn’s livery. The Ben Keating-run squad hinted at a Wynn’s design when it announced its Le Mans partnership with the automotive products technology company in March. “In 2016, Ford returned to Le Mans to mark the 50th anniversary of our incredible 1966 win and we celebrated in the best way possible by winning the race,” said Bill Ford, executive chairman of Ford Motor Company. “To stand on that podium on behalf of the employees was a proud moment for me and I look forward returning to Le Mans this year to support the team as we approach our final race in this chapter.” Ford Performance global director Mark Rushbrook added: “The Ford GT was created to take Ford back to the world of GT endurance racing. “This factory Ford GT programme has been a great success for our brand and we have enjoyed the many challenges that have come our way during this four-year program. “Le Mans is not quite the end of the factory program as we still have many more IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship races to go in 2019.” The full set of liveries will debut in the Le Mans Test Day this weekend, ahead of the WEC season finale race on June 15-16.
  4. If bling is more your thing than driving then this is the perfect car for you. It’ll never be roadworthy, but this Ford Escort is worth a fortune. Why? It’s a one-off 1:25 scale model made from silver, gold and diamonds The project has been a slow-burning labour of love for professional jeweller – and petrolhead – Russell Lord. The owner, over the years, of 55 full-sized Ford Escort cars, Lord first began work on this amazing model 25 years ago, pouring thousands of hours into completing the car. The body is made of silver and the car also features gold brakes and spoiler, 18-carat gold wheels and bonnet hinges, 18-carat white gold front grille, 72-point diamond headlights, orange sapphire indicators and ruby rear brake lights. “It’s been a hobby that I’ve come back to again and again but three years ago I determined to finish it. I know this car inside out – so there were no plans I just built it from the ground up piece by piece,” said Lord, from Essex, in the UK. Based on the works rally car driven by Ari Vatanen in the late 1970s, the Mk2 Escort – which cost 90,000 euros (£78,000) in materials alone – will be auctioned on the car auction website on May 2, with all profits donated to charity. Details include spinning pulleys on the front of the engine, a moving diamond-encrusted platinum gear stick and the glass windows – that involved smashing countless vases to find sections of glass with exactly the right curve.
  5. done...but left a link to the thread there which will expire within a short time
  6. Celebrating the Ford Mustang's 55 Years of Production and the release of the All-New Focus ST John Grose invite you to Fast Ford Day on Sunday 19th May on Ransomes Europark in Ipswich, IP3 9BE. Come along between 10am until 2pm to get a closer look at the stunning Fast Ford range including the New Focus ST, as well as a number of new and classic fast Ford vehicles, AND we'll have two fully fledged racing simulators. PLUS we would love for you to bring your fast Ford along to be part of the event! If you would like to display your vehicle on the day please contact Rebecca Neale on 01473 242229 or Find out more information here:
  7. Well, there are now 7 cars registered for the stand so far, which is promising at this stage.
  8. Ford Owners Club will once again be present at the Ford Fair at Silverstone on Sunday 4th August 2019 and you are invited to be part of the Club Stand at the event. To join us on the day, you will need to book and pay directly through the organiser’s website which gives you a selection of options.  Click on this link Click on ‘Book with your Club' - select   Ford Owners Club  in the drop-down menu. When a password is requested, enter  166.170 to proceed. Note: It is worth remembering to order the Vehicle Passes at the time as it is difficult to add afterwards. Vehicle Passes and Child Passes (2 free with adult) are free of charge If you need further assistance with booking space on the Club Stand then please contact either a Club Moderator or  Admin.   For more information, click here: Club Booking Closes: Wednesday 10th July 2019
  9.'s a dark art knowing how to collapse the banner 🙂 Here is the login password that has just come through from Kelsey for Club bookings 166.170 I shall post up all the info on the site today and we can see if we can get a good number of members to attend.
  10. I am applying to Kelsey for this years log in details to access the admin area of the site. This may take a few days but when they get back to me I shall post up the password for club members to purchase tickets on the Club Stand. alexp999 If you would be so kind as to take the banner up with you I can drop it off the same as last year.
  11. As Ford marks Mustang’s 55th anniversary, enthusiasts everywhere are celebrating the world’s best-selling sports coupe for the fourth consecutive year From Australia to Peru, Mustang reigns as the best-selling sports coupe in the world for 2018, selling 113,066 cars, according to data from IHS Markit. 2018 not only marks the fourth straight year of Mustang’s global leadership as the world’s best-selling sports coupe, but also as the best-selling sports coupe in the United States, where Ford sold 75,842 Mustangs last year. Ford sold 2,300 Mustangs in Europe in the first quarter of 2019, an increase of more than 27 per cent compared with the same period last year.* “We broke the mould when Ford launched the Mustang 55 years ago,” said Jim Farley, Ford president, global markets. “Nothing says freedom, the wind in your hair and the joy of driving like Mustang; it’s an icon. The roar of its V8 on a spring day, there’s nothing better. No wonder it’s the most popular sports coupe in the world.” Mustang was available for purchase in 146 countries in 2018, based on worldwide Ford sales data. More than 500,000 sixth-generation Mustangs have been sold worldwide since 2015, including more than 45,000 in Europe, with the pony picking up an additional half point of global share last year to capture 15.4 percent of the segment fuelled in part by the new Mustang Bullitt.
  12. HI all, Historically, the numbers for this event have been dropping over the years, mainly due to the poor organisation of the event by Kelsey which has led to huge congestion and hours wasted trying to get into the showground and also clashing with other events. We are happy to support the Club with application and support but only if the numbers are there....I think we need at least 20 cars for entry as a Club Stand. Let us know if you want to proceed and we will get it underway. Alternatively, if anyone is interested in running our own gathering either bespoke or as part of another event (see links below for examples)
  13. Premium Members can get 10% discount on marked Prices (not sale items)
  14. This is a quick note to let you know of a free event which may be of interest to your members - A talk on the new Ranger Raptor, at Jury';s Inn, Glasgow, on 2nd May. The talk will be given by Kyle Shearer, Ford Motor Company T6 Segment Chief - EU & MEA , Programme chief of the Ranger Vehicle Programme. The event is being run by the Glasgow & South West Scotland area IMechE (Institution of Mechanical Engineers), and is free to attend. More information and to book: Registration is not compulsory, but does allow us to make sure catering provision etc.. is appropriate!