During 1969 the Castrol Clubs’ Department will be offering a range of items invaluable to organisers of Club meetings. Start and finish banners and racing banners are familiar at most meetings, but many club secretaries are not aware of the extended range of armbands now available from Castrol. In addition to those for marshals, there are now armbands for the following officials: Scrutineer, judge, steward, clerk of the course, secretary of the meeting, and timekeeper. Poster blanks, marker bollards, marker flags, competition number stickers and racing decals are other items offered free or on free loan by Castrol.
Of special interest to club secretaries at this time of the year is the film library. This contains 17 titles which deal not only with motor and motorcycle sport, but also with high-performance driving techniques, endurance runs and powerboat racing.
Clubs with their own maintenance sections are reminded of the Castrol lubrication chart service. Charts for over 2,000 different models are now available and club secretaries are invited to send for supplies of pre-paid chart request cards for distribution to their members.
Leaflet giving further details of these services was recently sent to the secretaries of 1,500 motor and motorcycle clubs. Additional copies may be obtained direct from: Castrol Clubs’ Department, Castrol Limited, Castrol House, Marylebone Road, London. N.W.1.
Racing at the Goodwood Revival
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The racing cars of Ron Horton
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Club News, August 1949
We Hear Lincolnshire seems to harbour early cars, and amongst those reported as seen recently are a Stellite, in daily use, an "11/22" Wolseley two-seater, a G.W.K., a Trojan "Achilles"…