The most gentle gentlest of all reminders.
I appreciate most will not need reminding but we are guests of Works Service for the morning and Heritage for the afternoon and as such we do need to be mindful of their neighbours and not to spoil what will be a very pleasurable day so please please please when we arrive and leave each venue can we show a little more restraint than normal and respect their glazing.
Once underway it is advisable to keep your speed and driving habits to no more than mildly spirited. To be allowed to do the road trip we needed first to be sponsored by a club (not that it would be hard to guess what club to write letters of complaint to would it) to obtain permission and of course this has all been reported to the Police for approval so they know the route and AMOC's name is on it.
Now it doesn't take Morse or Vera to work out what easy pickings might be had on the route with a radar gun so for your own well being and comfort you should heed the speed limits as we had to give the route to Mr Dibble who has kindly said yes.
besides....what is the point of having 60 Astons going so fast no one gets to see them.
Last but not least, please try to help all those attempting to heard everyone into parking spots, so please do not go off piste, behave yourselves and do what you are told. Everyone you meet has given up their day for us, and thank you to them all.
Get there safely.
24 hours in a day, 24 beers in a case, coincidence ? i think not.