Spa Weekend

At the start of May Pauly took me with him to Spa Francorchamps for the first race of the World Endurance Championship. We drove to Belgium via the Channel Tunnel.

After a journey of about eleven hours we were ready for beer and fries with mayo!

We were at the circuit from Saturday morning.

Lunch, time for more fries.

Racing! It was an exciting race and Spa is very beautiful.

After a long day at the circuit we went out for Dinner



Zoë and Amy took me shopping at the Miniatura show at the NEC. Everything was my size!

We started off with breakfast.

Then we shopped until we had no money left!

My favourite purchase was this awesome hat!

Harry Potter Adventures

A couple of weeks ago Amy and Zoë took me with them to London. We went to the Harry Potter: A History of Magic exhibition at the British Library.

Zoë had made me a Gryffindor scarf to wear on our outing!

We had lunch at Dishoom, it was yummy, especially this Rose and Cardamom lassi.

We managed to fit in another Harry Potter stop with a trip to Kings Cross, here I am at Platform 9 3/4.


Zoë and Pauly took me to Ludlow for a day out. It took quite a while to get there so we started with some lunch.

We walked around doing some shopping and enjoying all the old buildings.

The Feathers Hotel is very impressive!

We finished our day out with some coffee and cake.

Canons Ashby

Zoë had a day off on Friday and wanted to go on an outing. We packed a small picnic and set off for Canons Ashby.

It was a grey and windy day so we had our picnic then a quick walk around the gardens, before a mooch in the house.

Stony Stratford 

On Saturday we went to Stony Statford so Pauly could visit The Climbers Shop in search of a new Patagonia jacket. He tried on all of them and in the end he found one he liked!

We had a walk around the town, it was pretty and the weather was just right. We particularly enjoyed Odell’s hardware shop! 

As Stony Stratford is only just outside Milton Keynes we headed in that direction for lunch. We had burgers at Byron and then had a look in a few shops before going home.

Easter Weekend at Silverstone

This year the FIA World Endurance Championship and European Le Mans Series races at Silverstone fell on the Easter weekend, this meant we could go on all three days!

On Friday we saw the first WEC free practice session.

In the afternoon we watched the ELMS qualifying sessions.

We walked through the WEC paddock and found a Lego racing driver!

We enjoyed our few hours at the track getting ourselves in the mood for a weekend of racing!

On Saturday we arrived in time to queue for the pit walk! We enjoy the pit walks and autograph sessions, it is exciting to get close to the cars and drivers.

I didn’t have a favourite in this race so decided to pick a random car after the pit walk, I picked the number 2 United Autosports LMP3 car as Sean Rayhall was really friendly!

After the pit walk we grabbed a quick coffee before the WEC qualifying started.

We headed over to Becketts to watch the start of the ELMS race. 

Our radio stopped working so we didn’t have a clear idea of what was happening during the full four hours of the race, but it was fun and there was a lot of close racing with a dramatic finish!

On Sunday we arrived at the track with enough time to walk out to Becketts, we didn’t go to the pit walk as it was at 8am, four hours before the start of the race! We didn’t feel like a really long day.

We sat in the grandstand at Becketts. It is one of our favourite parts of Silverstone as you get such a good view of so much of the track. 

Here are the four LMP1 hybrid cars. The first few laps are so exciting as the LMP1 cars make their way through the rest of the field.

There were a few small rain showers, but they didn’t make too much difference. We watched from various places around the track during the six hours of the race.

The 7 Toyota had a crash, we saw the broken car coming back into the pits.

It was mostly overcast but we had a glimpse of some sunshine towards the end of the race.

The end of the race was very dramatic, the number 8 Toyota took the lead in the last fifteen minutes, but it wasn’t as close as the GTE Am class that was decided on the final lap!