Brooklands

There weren't many better places to enjoy clear, blue sky and things with engines than Brooklands last Saturday. It must have been a study for the English country idyll in 1906 when Hugh Locke King (the chap who owned most of Weybridge) decided to build the world's first motor racing track on his fields and woods. All the... Continue Reading →

Bentley Drivers’ Day 2010 – Communism meets Capitalism

Absolutely the best event at Silverstone is Bentley Drivers' Day. There is something jaw-dropping about watching men old enough to know better ragging £250,000-worth of racing lorry (pace, Ettore) around a track at daft speeds. There's something even better about getting the chance to talk to them in the paddock afterwards. None of your 'access... Continue Reading →

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