It Just Got Dangerous! – The Italian Job with Terry Larkin

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So this morning we were in Mulhouse, in France, very close to the biggest car museum in the world hosting the largest collection of Bugatti’s.

How was the car at this point? Well the indicators had packed up but the service crew managed to fix them, HOWEVER, they had noticed something dripping, from the fuel pipe! They had discovered the pipe had been rubbing on the threaded engine mount, one touch and it split! Thank goodness it happened at that point under a controlled environment otherwise that was a fire ready to happen.

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We are now in Reims after a five hour drive. This is known as a Champagne region so guess what we’re drinking later…

Tomorrow is the final big push to Calais then to Marlow where the run ends with a black tie event.

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As the sticker over our number shows, it’s JOB DONE.

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Don’t forget this is all in support of a very good cause so please, if you can, donate to:

www.justgiving.co.uk/italianjob5

And remember to comment below on how many miles my car would have done by the end of the trip, the car started its journey at 40,788miles, you could win an amazing souvenir! 

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