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  1. Hi everyone, car nut potentially returning to the fold. I've had a 172 and R27 before as well as MX5's, E36 M3 and currently a Lotus Elise Sport 220. I'll see a few of you at this week's track day and have done quite a few myself over the years, I've even driven on Spa Francorchamps and Nordshleife (twice, first time in a Clio, second time in a Megane) and a 90's series Williams F1 on Hungaroring So yes I have feet in both camps a bit like @rob 240 and currently hunting around for a S3 Clio for my partner's son to learn to drive / do track days with as I know the community is simlar to th
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  2. Still not seeing anything that supports your claim though? Any publicly available reports from independent testing of fuel from retail sources?
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  3. Sorry, no can do on the name etc on a public forum without his ok. That’s fine, just relaying what I heard - make up your own mind. For me the lack of a standard is good enough for me to apply some cynicism about what is a heavily marketed and marked up product as opposed to what they’re legally required to provide. If you’re happy to accept the marketing at face value no worries. 95 is the minimum grade fuel in many countries (we are unusual in still having shitty 91 grade...) so it’s mandated that is be provided. It’s a very very very small number of specialist cars “req
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