See you then John, it'll be something rather more casual than the past eight weeks. Thanks very much Sparkz, I hope we've got a lot more close racing to come. This little group we've got going really is a collaborative effort, so if you'd like to set something up for 10th April we'll join in Yep, old time motors for us old time racers, always goes well. I'll sort that for 17th April. Well, modesty doesn't permit me... He's got a point SParkz. I use an old car seat on a wooden 4X2 frame. Not the sort of thing that the wife would have in the living room, but ideal for my cave, and miles cheaper than the commercially available things. Well chaps, it's over. Thanks very much to everyone who took part, and I'm sorry that I went and won it. Really bad form. But, as you can see form the mileage on my McLaren, I did put in some effort. I just couldn't stop myself, I loved all the practice. And I earned enough dosh to splash out on an XJ13. Well done to Famine for sneaking into second overall, and thanks to him for keeping my scoring on track. Thanks too to Andreas and SParkz for pushing as hard as they did, and I hope that your foot problem eases Sparks. I spent a while with my TV suspended above my bed, so that I could race lying flat on my back a couple of years ago. Back problems are a real nuisance. So, now for the final scores: Zo. 142. Famine. 133. Andreas. 132. Sparkz. 130. Nuts. 119. Venari. 115. Goofy. 115. Harsk. 93. John. 92. Suts. 87. (would have been more, but he hardly ever turned up ) Jocke. 86. BB. 81. (Too busy hob-nobbing with real racing drivers.) Koutch. 73. (Shows promise, I'm sure he'll be back.) Cheers, Zo.