Wednesday, February 6, 2008

Post #3

Well, I'm back... It's been a while, but I'm back again to update you on our developments. We've got a new member on board, William, from NSW, who is also part of 10-Tenths. Hopefully by getting more people we can share the costs better, which is great!

Pretty soon I'll add a 'meet the team' section which shows off our gang.

Catchya later!

Saturday, January 19, 2008

Post #2

That's right, I'm back- The race is still on. I've been posting on a popular web forum,, telling them about our idea to go to Le Mans in 2 years and asking for advice. So far, the general concensus is that it's better to camp at the track instead of commuting there each day. No problems, we'll just have to take a couple of tents with us over there. And- they say the best thing to do is stay in Europe for a week or two after or before the event, which I think is a brilliant idea. But what do we do for the extra couple of weeks? A pair of teenagers aren't interested in historic stuff like castles and Stonehenge and all that!

But apparently, the Goodwood Festival of Speed in Britain is usually on very soon after Le Mans- It's something I've always wanted to go to, so to be there would be fantastic.

Another expense to the budget I guess...

Friday, January 18, 2008

Post #1

Hello everyone out there!

This blog has come about after an idea me and my mate had- To go to the Le Mans 24 Hours, in France, in 2010. We'll be doing the hard work ourselves- Saving, organising, and learning. For two teenagers (even though we'll both be 20 in 2010) this is going to be a BIG ask. We'll be heading from our homeland Australia, to a completely different country, and with that comes a different langauge, a different culture, and a helluva lot of new experiences. I'll be keeping this blog updated for reflective purposes (to track our progress) and to keep anyone who wants to know about our progress informed.

So, that's pretty much it, for the time being. The road is long- But we have our destination.

Le Mans 2010!!!