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  • Arriving and leaving the monthly meet in Little Melton

    Please bear in mind that we invade the privacy of the residents of Little Melton every month, and we no doubt make what seems like a hell of a racket. The village, and the pub, have been an excellent home to us over the last two years, and we want that relationship to continue, so please show some restraint and respect when entering and leaving the village. Please keep the speeds below the 30mph limit, and do your best to keep the noise to a minimum.....no revving your engines, or spirited acceleration. This way,...
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  • Group/Convoy Driving Guidelines

    Group/Convoy Driving Guidelines

    In order to maintain a safe, enjoyable, and socially-acceptable club atmosphere for all its member, we issue some guidelines for when we're all driving in a group or convoy. Sticking to these should mean we all have an enjoyable time, and do not alienate the general public, ensuring the future for other club events.

    1. It's NOT A RACE 2. Keep extra distance from the car in front 3. Pace should be dictated by the slowest car 4. Pay extra attention to 30 and 40 limits, even more so in built up areas 5. Be courteous and con...
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  • The New SC Homepage!

    Looks a bit better than having articles about pigs on bikes, Japanese food etc.. huh!

    This is another huge advantage of the new site, we can promote forum posts to articles to show to all users on this page... the first page they come to.

    If you'd like to see one of your write ups/reviews on here then please create it within the forum as you would usually and then drop Rob or myself a PM and we'll see what we can do

    James.
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  • Scoobycity Review of the Year 2009

    Scoobycity Review of the Year 2009

    As it's the BBC's "Sports Personality of the Year" this Sunday (come on Jenson, it's gotta be you son!), I thought I'd follow their lead, and do my first review in a couple of years of the clubs' events of the year.

    It's been a bumper year for the club, with a lot of brilliant events, a lot of fun, and some great memories. As with Sports Personality though, there's likely to be your personal favourite that I've missed out, and if I have, I apologise - take that as a sign of what a good year we've had though, and that I couldn't possibly have got everything covered, as I'd still be here writing it this time next year!

    Are you sitting comfortably? Then I'll begin................

    January

    The year got off to a chilly start, with a few hardy souls venturing out for a gentle drive through the Norfolk countryside to blow away the post-Christmas cobwebs. Some people had to resort to taking photographs of the seaside from inside their car, so reluctant were they to venture out in to the cold.




    Just as cold was the Novice Track Day at Snetterton. This momentous event marked the proper track debut of a certain silver Blobeye WRX driver, who up until now had been better known for his “enthusiastic” comments on his in-car video from the Parade Lap around the same track as part of the Time Attack Finale in 2008......step forward Fezza! Little did we know that this event would be the tip of the trackday iceberg for Fezza, Micared and several others in 2009.



    [youtubefiwgyrq]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HOODBvAg7r8[/youtubefiwgyrq]

    February Our annual Rolling Road Shootout, held as usual at the brilliant facilities at Clive Atthowe’s, was a month earli...
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  • Fezzas Nurburgring Report - Aug/Sep 09

    A trip report...

    Sunday 30th August... Met at 5.30AM at Burger King, unfortunately it wasn't open so had to carry on hungry! The trip down to Dover was fairly uneventful, although i think we all started to get a tad excited upon turning a corner and seeing the white cliffs and the sea... we were actually off to the Nurburgring... were we mad... would we be coming back unscathed 4 days later or on the back of an AA truck, or worse.... We were aiming for the 8.30 ferry but as the traffic was non existent we arrived for the 7.30 ferry and were boarded within 10 minutes. The banter then started over a full english, was Jons gearbox going to hold up, was James going up for a second full english etc etc etc. The journey went fairly quickly and we arrived at Calais about 10.10 local time. Now for the long slog through Europe. Thumbs up if your gay... Frances 130km/h speed limit was awesome and the standard of driving through France and Belgium was exceptionally good. We made good time and passed in to Germany early afternoon. We had decided to take Ben Lovejoys route to the Ring rather than the autobahn, this meant a looong tedious drive through villages at 30km/h. We wont be doing that again! Arrived at the campsite about 4pm. 450 miles showing on the speedo. Beautiful scenery... Jon liked the higher speed limits... car look frigging awesome!!! We then set up tents. Or at least Edd and I did, Jon just kicked his around the campsite shouting profanities at it. So we decided to help. Next was the airbeds. Mine and Edds went up ok and we turned to look at Jon... who was blowing his up outside the tent. We didn't say anything. Next up was possibly the single most funny thing i have ever seen - Jon trying to fit a fully blown up airbed into a small tent opening... we were rolling around on the floor watching this.... Finally all set up and chilling for 5 minutes... Then it was off to the Ring to pop our cherries! The ring car park was HEAVING and full of the usual top quality motors, we had to park in the overflow carpark over the road as there was no space. The ring had been closed for the last hour due to an accident. We later found out that this was a motorcyclist riding a ZX12R, RIP. Everyone was a bit nervous as the rumours of the crash started to fly around. We had already met Nige from Northloop at the campsite who said to pop over and have a chat, which we did, and he did a great job of reassuring us that we would be ok. He did offer pax laps to us both but since we were short of time anyway we decided to go it alone. We went and bought our 4 lap passes for a ridicu...
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  • Managing CMS Section and Content
    Here's a quick Visual Guide on how Manage Sections in the new CMS.

    1. Editing a Section: If you have permissions to manage a Section, as you hover over the Section title, a pencil icon will display.

    After clicking the pencil icon, you will be taken to the Section Edit page. Here's what you will see:

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  • Welcome to the new CMS. Read me first.
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    1. Section Navigation Widget. This widget allows you to go to different sections. The "plus icon" means that this section has sub-sections. Clicking on the "plus icon" will display the sub-sections.
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    One of the innovative new features on vBulletin 4.0 Publishing Suite is the cross-publishing "Promote to Article" functionality.

    In the spirit of promoting content discovery, we wanted to create features that will allow content to flow between Forums, Blogs, and Articles. For example, there might be a really popular post in the forums, but unfortunately it is buried inside page 13 of a thread. We will now have an option (if you have permissions) to "promote" a forum (or blog) post as a new article on the homepage.

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  • How to Create a New Article
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    1. Create New Article Button: Navigate to the section you want the article to be published in. Click on the "Create a New Article" button. This will open an article form.


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  • The Rules for posting "For Sale" thread - PLEASE READ
    Rob
    It has been noticed that the "For Sale" section is being used by people who have no interest in joining in with the Scoobycity community but just want free advertising space. After talking to Full members the team has decided that the following course of action will take place which will also help protect buyers from unreliable sellers :-

    Only Full members can start a new thread & place adverts in "For Sale."

    Registered users can not start a new thread & place adverts in "For Sale". Registered users can reply to threads so they can make an offer on items for sale.
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