Seven Club Team
Edward fulfilled his childhood dream 14 years ago by building his own SV.
He is a board member of the Super Seven Club Netherlands.
“It is truly exciting to meet friends with the same passion from all corners of Europe. Sharing stories, knowledge and contacts has already proven to be invaluable".
Christine has two Caterhams in the garage - A CSR for touring and a 270R for track. She has served as Chair of the UK Lotus 7 Club for almost 4 years and is a Club Ambassador for Race against Dementia.
“Crossing borders the International 7 Network brings together enthusiasts in friendship to support each other in getting the best from the little car we all love”
Jan is a happy Seven owner since 2007, when he finally got himself a Caterham S3 which had been a dream for a long time. He is vice chairman in the Lotus Caterham Seven Club Sweden.
“This International network for Sevens will make it easy and fun to connect and interact with other wonderful enthusiasts to promote common interests and exchange experiences nationally and across the globe.”
Ian succumbed to Seven ownership buying one of the first SV’s in 2001. Almost 200,000 sevening Km later he currently runs a CSR260 used mostly for touring. One of the founders of Kent Sevens, a friendly independent Club based in the UK, also with members from several European countries.
“it’s great that the i7N allows different Clubs and groups of seven enthusiasts from around the world to unite in a friendly partnership, sharing knowledge, friendship and assistance for the mutual benefit of everyone”.
Dirk was infected with the Seven-Virus at the Nürburgring in 2002. He bought his first Seven in 2003 and switched to his current K-Series Caterham in 2006. After all these years, he is still fascinated by the efficiency and simplicity of the Seven.
"The International Seven Network is a good opportunity for a cross-border information exchange for regional associations and interest groups."
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