Club News, May 1987

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May 30-31 sees the Railton Owners Club national meeting and annual dinner at the Woodlands Park Hotel in Stoke d’Abernon, Cobham, Surrey. The dinner itself costs £12.50 per head, and a weekend package deal is offered at £57.50 (including two nights accommodation). Club secretary is Barrie McKenzie, Fairmiles, Barnes Hall Road, Burncross, Sheffield S30 4RF.

The Austin Swallow Register is holding a rally to mark the 60th anniversary of the A7 Swallow two-seater, with other Swallow-bodied cars and former company employees invited. It takes place at the Belfry Hotel, Milton Common, Oxford on May 10. The Register knows of 139 Swallow A7s, and some 20 other Swallow-bodied cars.

More than 80 competitors have registered for the Alfa Romeo Owners Championship this year, in five classes. The series is run by the BRSCC in conjunction with the AROC. The fifth of fourteen races is at Cadwell Park on May 4, and the sixth at Mallory Park on May 25.

Ferrari Owners’ Club Secretary Godfrey Eaton has retired after 20 years in office, and Ken Bradshaw has been elected to the post. The club has now secured permanent premises at 231 Station Road, Balsall Common, Warwickshire CV7 7EG.

Owen Motoring Club’s Graham Hill Trophy Sprint and Concours will be running at Curborough sprint course near Lichfield on Sunday May 31, and entry forms are now available from Mrs S Matthews, Healey Lodge, 17 Peachley Gardens, Lower Broadheath, Worcester. The Club has historical links with the Owen Racing Organisation and Hill won the 1962 World Championshi in Sir Alfred Owen’s BRM.

Some 500 entries are expected for the Pre-War A7 Club’s big Autokarna on May 31 at Wollaton Park, about two miles from the A614 ring-road.

Members of all major clubs are invited take part in the sixth Supercar Club Testday at Goodwood on Bank Holiday Monday, May 25, which will allow them drive their cars at speeds above that permitted on public roads. Applicants to drive or spectate should send an sae to M Pullen, 44 Sussex Road, Haywards Heath, West Sussex RH16 4ED.

Area 9 of the Jaguar Drivers Club is organising the Jaguar Sprint Meeting at Beaulieu on May 17, when the motor museum, driving tests, autojumble and concours will be among the attractions. The JDC area representative is John Hedges, 118 Rownhams Lane, North Baddersley, Southampton SO5 9LQ.