More than 100,000 people packed the centre of Birmingham on October 8th to watch a mobile museum cum racing car show of magnificent machinery circumnavigate a closed street circuit. Organised by Martin Hone as a prelude to the Motor Show at the National Exhibition, “On the Streets” was run as a series of “races”, with cars started in grid fashion, though speeds were restricted to 30 m.p.h. by preceding police motorcycles. Bracey ‘s lbec-Hesketh Le Mans car, Bond’s Lola T70 and, just behind, Lovett’s Porsche 910 await the start by the church, above. Jones’ Maserati 4CL and Cranage’s MG N-type head Corner in the Donington Collection’s BRM P25, the Aston Martin DB3S coupe, Bond’s Ferrari Testa Rossa and Bell’s Lister-Jaguar, left. Moss in a Maserati 250F, Ireland in a Jaguar C-type and Salvadori in an Aston Martin DB3S. below left. Bell’s Formula One Yardley-BRM P153 heads Burt’s P153 and James “Club Racing” Hunt’s March 76 Formula Two car, below.