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Re: [TR] Drive your Triumph Day - 10 Feb

To: John Macartney <> 2903e8d5c8f:6.0.425,18.0.790, definitions=2022-01-02_06:2021-12-30_02,2022-01-02_06,2021-12-02_01 signatures=0 bulkscore=0 clxscore=1011 mlxscore=0 mlxlogscore=903 malwarescore=0 phishscore=0 spamscore=0 adultscore=0 classifier=spam adjust=0 reason=mlx scancount=1 engine=8.12.0-2009150000 definitions=main-2201020141
Subject: Re: [TR] Drive your Triumph Day - 10 Feb
From: Rye Livingston <>
Date: Sun, 2 Jan 2022 11:07:48 -0800
References: <>
Yes, Sir John Blackâ??s birthday on Feb 10th is what started Drive Your Triumph 
day (DYTD).


> On Dec 31, 2021, at 12:00 PM, John Macartney <> wrote:
> For those of us on the other side of the pond who arenâ??t so well versed on 
> North American automotive festivals (me specifically), is DYTD the same as 
> Sir John Blacks birthday drive? If so, I have an excellent photograph of him 
> that Iâ??m happy to attach to a post to this list - assuming attachments are 
> permissible. They used not to be but maybe things have changed? It occurs to 
> me that those doing the birthday drive might want to print the pic I have, 
> laminate it and attach it to their car with some cable ties or tape for the 
> event. If I canâ??t send attachments but youâ??d still like the pic, email me 
> at and write SIR JOHN BLACK photo in the subject line. 
> Please donâ??t reply with a post to the list. Iâ??m in digest mode and might 
> miss it.
> Happy New Year everyone
> Jonmac
> Is the latest definition of being â??learned and well-informedâ?? letting the 
> world see on your â??Teamsâ?? and â??Zoomâ?? meetings that you have a 
> book-lined study full of titles that are all illegible but nonetheless imply 
> you know what youâ??re talking about.
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