I haven't been here in a while, and just found out. I'm so sorry.
Honestly, without this tiny little corner of the internet, I wouldn't have made the friends I have, and done the things I have done. All from the a guy who simply wanted to share a quirky British motoring show.
I'll be checking in here again, when something is set up. He'll have my contribution.
The news left me speechless this morning. Must've been the most eerie and silent (inside my head) commute to work I've had ever.
Alex really brought the world together and for that I'm forever grateful. I haven't always been as active in the FG community as I would've liked but I guess that also fits the definition of a family. You might drift off due to lack of time or lose contact (or even interest) for a while, but they're still there. They're family.
I'm glad that all of us found this corner of the Internet that we can call home. Farewell Alex
Well, this is news you don't want in the morning, or ever, actually.
Was is there to say except a big thank you to Alex for everything. I share the sentiment of everyone here, FG only ever made all of our lives better.
And I hope there are some nice roads on the other side that he can drive that nice Viper of his on!
I guess the best way to honor him would be to keep the forums running and keep it a great place, as it always was.