Fascinating pictures of some of WBs artefacts but at the same time sad to see.
Lovely piece in this months magazine and nice to know that much has been rescued and safely archived away.
Looks like it needs to be curated and made into a national archive and museum. National lottery money?
I had the honour of a telephone conversation with the great man just weeks before he sadly died. Steady Barker had given me his contact as I invited him to the centenary Kop Hill Hill Climb outside Princes Risborough that year.
I asked him several questions about encounters with the greats of yesteryear to which I received courteous and sometimes amusing answers.
Looking at his library, I can see some books of the Putnam Aeronautical Series, revealing WB’s broad range of interests regarding motoring.
RT @MFranchitti: The flooded drive of our chateau...I'm thinking the Mulsanne is going to be a barrel of laughs this afternoon... http://t.…
Don't forget about our #propertrack competition, keep those designs coming in! http://t.co/9wPFA45zjj
RT @SteveMasonKBT: @Damien__Smith @matoxley Good piece. Ducati stole his Mojo, but it must be tough at his age with Lorenzo + Pedrosa at th…
Rossi's Catalunya race time was just 0.02% slower than Jorge's. So when's VR going to win again? A few thoughts... motorsportmagazine.com/race/motogp-ra…
Will Rossi win again? @matoxley gives some insight into his chances bit.ly/16Iogt6
90 years of the Le Mans 24 Hours, Lunch with Anthony Davidson, Britain’s first ever Grand Prix victory
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