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  1. Bonjour Ya’ll! After a successful event last year, where we gathered 11 Boss 302s at the foot of the French Alps (Aix les Bains), mostly recent 2012 and 2013 models and one 1970, I am very proud to announce the location of our second Boss 302 meeting, scheduled on September the 8th 2018. We will spend the day at a privatized track in southern Burgundy, near a town called Torcy. The track is owned and managed by a former rallye champion. He designed it himself and it has been opened since 2015. Its a short track (2 km), but very technical and a little hilly, so there are a couple blind turns. I tested it earlier this year with my 2013 Boss and had so much fun, it is very promising. The environment is full of surprises and I can guarantee that hard core automotive enthusiasts will be delighted. I know I was! We are trying to set up an event gathering over 40 cars. The registration cost is 100 euro per car. After that, its free access to the track 0900-1200 and 1400-1700. No series, no timer. Just a max of 20 cars on the track at the same time. Security will be provided and managed by the track management office. Really, the idea is to exchange about our cars. On the parking and on the track. There will be a professional instructor pilot hired for the day (the son of the track owner), who will be available for those who have never been on a track, and might want advice on how to handle their cars. I am posting this event on this forum hoping to attract the attention of 1969-1970 European Boss owners. Write the date down in your agendas: Sat 8 September 2018, Circuit Vaison, Torcy, France. We really hope to see you there. Lets make this big fun! G Contact: boss302france@outlook.com
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