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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 31-08-2014, 16:40 Thread Starter
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Having fallen back in love with F1 we're thinking of going to Hungary next year. Anyone else thinking of going?

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Just got back from Budapest last week and loved it. I'm thinking of going again next year but not for the car racing. It's one of those sports? That leave me cold. Sorry.

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What is a reasonable travel time to Budapest please, I am guessing its around 1000 miles from Dunkirk/Calais?

Roads etc, and are there many places to stop over night whilst travelling?
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What is a reasonable travel time to Budapest please, I am guessing its around 1000 miles from Dunkirk/Calais?

Roads etc, and are there many places to stop over night whilst travelling?
It took us about 3 and a half days. I wasn't in any hurry and sometimes left the motorways to travel on the more minor roads, just to break up the journey. Plenty of stop off places on the way. On the round trip we stopped at service areas, wild camping spots and of coarse campsites.

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I used to work for Lotus (in the JPS days) and still love F1, but not yet been to Hungary. Would be interested to hear your thoughts when you get back.
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