THE BRIGHTON RACE TRACK.
A new track, of which the salient features are made clear in the above plan, is to be built at Portslade, near Brighton. This track will be managed by the Brighton and Hove Motor Racing Club, Ltd., and will be available for racing under road conditions during the coming summer. Two hundred and fifty Vounder members will be accepted in rotation on payment of an annual subscription of £2 2s., while the fee for ordinary members will be £3 13s. 6d. Life membership will also be granted on payment of
£15 15s. Among the notable personages associated with the activities of the club are Lt. Col. Moore-Brabazon (President), Viscount Curzon, T. B. Andre, F. W. Barnes, K. Lee Guinness, Colonel Sir Walter de Freece, Comdr. Mackenzie-Grieve and Prof. Low.
The Brighton Corporation is giving whole-hearted support to the scheme and work has already begun on the track which is situated in beautiful downland scenery.
All interested should apply to the secretary, C. L. Clayton, Esq., A.R.I.B.A., c/o Clayton & Black, Brighton.