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I tend to start most posts with a nod to the weather, usually poor, that I encounter on my jaunts to different motoring events. The idea that as a nation we’re obsessed with the weather may have some truth but with such unpredictability you can excuse us for being bemused when the weather fails to […]
Yes, more Classic Sports Car Club at the start of May. At the mighty Silverstone this time. Fantastic access and organisation on a brilliantly sunny day. The Silverstone Wing was open so we had a great vantage point looking down on the start/finish straight which was a first for me. Again the Future Classics and […]
I was lucky enough to see the Spirit of Munro in person. A stunning tribute to land speed record legend Burt Munro and his Munro Special, famous for breaking the under 1000cc speed record at Bonneville in the late 60s. The culmination of years of progress documented in the film ‘The Worlds Fastest Indian’. A […]
Its a strange predicament, as the title suggests, bitter sweet. Photography is about capturing moments, recording history. The right place right time scenario occasionally presents itself and it should be grasped with caution. We had just arrived at Brands Hatch for a Sunday of the Historic Sports Car Club’s Legends of Brands Hatch Superprix. The Guards […]
The two HGPCA Nuvolari Trophy races at this year’s Donington Historic Festival were arguably the most entertaining from a spectators view, added rain during the race on Saturday of course added further to the excitement as priceless cars from the era hurtled round the famous circuit celebrating the 80th anniversary of the 1936 Donington Grand […]
Behind the wheel of the ’58 356A racer. Piloted by Steve Wright of Pushrod.org and Ian Clark of Wolfsburg Performance Services. Sit back and enjoy.