902 miles, 80 litres of fuel, 2 ferries, 1 fan belt, 1 broken turbo, 3 ports, 12 burgers, 5 days, 4 hot dogs, 12 cans of cider, 1 kebab, 4 pot noddles, 20 coffees, 6 instant pasta dishes, 100meg of data, 6 text msgs, 60mins of phone call and one really enjoyable adventure. It all started off on Wednesday the 4th of July. Left Plymouth at 18:00 to meet up with my friend in Exeter for a quick nap to get up at 02:00 for our road trip to Poole to catch a ferry to Cherbourg, then on to Le mans. July the 5th - 8th. On the way to Poole we met up with a V8 MG midget, V8 Cobra and a our support vehicle, a Toyota Hi-lux Surf. Our convoy now consists of a Audi A4, Clio 182, V8 Cobra, V8 Midget and a Hi-Lux Surf. With the convoy complete we set off for our ferry. The trip to Le Mans was fine. Nothing really special happened, some nice roads, couple of nice cars, lovely weather, typical French sceneries and roads. Bout 20-30mins out side of Le mans my car started to lose power. Any form of a slight incline and it would find it hard to get up the hill, slow down, drop a gear and put my foot down and nothing. It will climb the hills but not very well and struggle to over take cars. I limped it in to the camp site, set up camp and had a quick look over the car. Could not see any thing, so forgot about the car and enjoyed my weekend in Le Mans. Not sure what to say about Le Mans Classic, Its vast. loads of stalls, cars, people, stuff going on. Its expensive. Not something for my self, 15 euros for a burger and chips, 7 euros for a pint of beer and over 60 euros for a T-shirt. I never bought any thing. lol The weather could never make its mind up. It was hot, sunny, cold, windy, raining and generally a pain in the ass!! But the amazing array of cars made up for the weather. The next 3 days was spent walking around the tracks, stalls and enjoying the sights and sounds of the cars. Here is some images. One of few Audis. I think there was 6, mine being one of them. I don't think I fit in here very well. There is even more Le Mans pictures by Axios - Photobucket I'm still uploading, so check back over the next couple of hours.