Approvals are a manual process, completed during business hours, so you should be receiving confirmation very soon
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Right ho, thanks Michael.
Reply to #12
Firstly, thank you (and congrats) to the MT on setting this Webinar up with CC.
Having registered for the Webinar and posed one question, I'd like to add another one, please;
2) Is there a Forum for L7C members to feed product ideas/developments to Caterham Cars?
Additionally, understanding that there are over 100x questions already put forward, is there scope for members to vote on these before the Webinar, so as to rank them in priority - as I expect it'll be impossible to get through all 100+ (albeit, I guess many questions will probably be along identical lines).
I can add that to the list of questions.
We have 136 questions submitted so far. Was this your previous one? "What quality control procedures should be implemented to improve the ownership experience?"
I think you need to trust us on the questions front, we need a selection which will engage all three of the Caterham Cars managers, have variety of interest & importance to members, concern both short term & long term matters and are questions which will gain an interesting response. Yes, there will be a compositing process to blend those on the same subject into one or two encompassing questions, a question plus a follow-up for example. I'm sure that the interviewer will rearrange questions to suit the flow of the debate. The webinars team will just make sure there are choices of interest available.
Democratic dissent is not disloyalty, it is a positive civic duty
Thank you Stephen,
My first question was in relation to whether there is scope of L7C members to be involved in R&D, eg testing of parts on our Caterham's.
Albeit, I only registered for the Webinar/submitted the question within the last hour.
More than happy to place trust in your hands on the question selection front.
OK Chris, I take the questions each evening after Pink Angels have confirmed all the registrations against the membership list, so will not have see yours as yet.
May I remind members that the questions submitted on your response form are all picked up and added to the list of questions, they are grouped into topics, so that we can, where needed composited. For example: of the 145 questions asked, 54 are focused on electric motive power and the impact of the legislation which takes effect in 2030. We appreciate that this concern for the survival of the car and the company does everyone credit.
#5. Billy: there is a question about differentials which has been submitted.
And their reply is ?
Billy, I'm sorry that wasn't asked on the night, it was on the short list. The team from Caterham Cars certainly put no block on any topics they would not cover.
We ran for 93 minutes and covered a lot. I think Simon talked a lot about several engineering issues, emphasising that the engineering team spend more time keeping the cars legal & homologated.
Thanks Stephen, could they not be asked directly as many members would like to know what they know and what if anything they are doing about it.
I asked one of the sales team a few months ago and his answer was that they are not aware of any problems.