BRIGHTON SPEED TRIALS -SEPTEMBER 23rd

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BRIGHTON SPEED TRIA.I.S-SEPTE11/113ER 23rd

The Brighton Speed Trials ;long the half-mile straight of the Madeira Drive at Brighton are, perhaps, the most classic of all our speed trials. Organised by the Brighton and Hove M.C. Ltd., this event takes place at 10.30 a.m. on September 23rd.

Cars run in pairs, with the sea as a background and the Madeira terraces forming excellent grandstands for spectators. And really high speeds are realised. The number of classes is notable. Standard Sports-cars up to 1,100 c.c., from 1,101-1,500 c.c., and unlimited Standard sports•cars handlcd by lady drivers. Supercharged standard sportscars up to 1,100 c.c., from 1,101-1,500 c.c., and unlimited non-standard sports cars up to 1,100 c.c., from 1,101-1,650 c.c., and unlimited tricars or combinations up to 600 c.c. and from 601-unlimited c.c., racing-cars of any size handled by lady dicers, racing-cars up to 850 c.c., from 850-1,100 c.c., from 1,101-1,500 c.c., from 1,501,3,000 c.c., and unlimited, racing-cars built prior to 1915 veterans cars built before 1905 and not exceeding 20 h.p., motorcycles built prior to 1923, amateur-riden solo motorcycles up to 350 c.c., from 351-600 c.c., and unlimited and expert-ridden solo motorcycles up

to 350 c.c., from 351-600 and unlimited. Nor is that all, for there is a Handicap event for members of the organising club handling unblown standard sports-cars, and a class for trials cars, unblown, up to 1,500 c.c. Trials cars must have run in at least two trials and the Non-Standard sports-cars must be in touring trim and taxed and must run 3 miles at $0 m.p.h average or less, to the paddock and compete with seals unbroken.

Truly, a great meeting should result. Details from E. W. Ouero, 51, Rowlands

Road, Worthing, Sussex. ‘Phone : Worthing 1912.