Articles tagged Brooklands Museum Trust

Page 4 of May 1987 archive issue thumbnail Page 4, May 1987

Matters of moment

Brooklands collection This year sees the 80th Anniversary of Brooklands Track, and the 50th birthday of the opening of its Campbell "road" circuit. The Brooklands Museum Trust is celebrating this with a big assembly of invited guests and historic vehicles on June 7, and the Brooklands Society with its 20th annual Reunion on June 28, a more active gathering which includes demonstrations and timed...

Page 67 of August 1987 archive issue thumbnail Page 67, August 1987

Veteran to classic

Brooklands reunion Following the VSCC meeting at Silverstone, we drove to Weybridge for the Brooklands Society Annual Reunion. Staying at the famous Hand & Spear, we found Mr and Mrs Owen Wyn Owen, who had brought "Babs" on its trailer behind a Range Rover. The 27-litre Liberty-engined Parry Thomas LSR car ran on the banking once or twice, but it was not in a very good mood, a broken gearbox...

Page 82 of January 1990 archive issue thumbnail Page 82, January 1990

An Appeal for Help

An Appeal for Help Sir, Since summer 1986, a detailed recording of the industrial archaeology of the entire Brooklands site (particularly the former British Aerospace factory) has been carried out by staff and enthusiasts on behalf of Brooklands Museum Trust. Before everything outside the Museum site completely disappears under a major new development programme, the Museum welcomes any comments...

Page 56 of February 1991 archive issue thumbnail Page 56, February 1991

Veteran to Classic Miscellany

Compiled by WB and WPK The Things They Say The 'Old No 1' Bentley affair refuses to lie down and although, of course, it only goes to show how wrong we have all been, here is one view of the matter: "It cannot be too emphatically stated that the car currently referred to as 'Old No 1', during the past four or five years both in this country and in North America, where it is now, is not the Firm's...

Page 4 of August 1987 archive issue thumbnail Page 4, August 1987

Matters of moment

Brooklands future Brooklands having been built 80 years ago this year, it is very much in the news. The Brooklands Museum Trust hopes to raise £5 million under Sir Peter Masefield's able Chairmanship for further restoration of historic sheds, removal of the hangar on the finishing straight, equipping the Clubhouse, replacement of the members' bridge, and exhibits for the Museum, and it was a...

Page 60 of September 1991 archive issue thumbnail Page 60, September 1991

Veteran to classic -- VSCC Prescott

One of the Best With sunshine, large crowds spectating at both practice and the climbs, and a record entry of 230, the VSCC's annual speed hillclimb on August 4th at the delightful Bugatti OC's Prescott course was one of the best-ever. Anthony Mayman made best time in his ERA R4D, just below his record, with a truly smooth ascent (41.34 s). Best vintage time was made by a determined Julian Majzub...

Page 51 of December 1990 archive issue thumbnail Page 51, December 1990

Vintage to Classic Miscellany

Brooklands The Brooklands Museum Trust has been getting very good press coverage recently and the Museum itself has already opened its doors to public visits in a small way, preparatory to opening officially in April 1991. The venture centres round the 30 acre site, about all that is left of the 360 acre motor racing track and aerodrome of former times. The Brooklands Society, which originated...

Page 20 of November 1987 archive issue thumbnail Page 20, November 1987

Winter Approaches

Dear AH, I see reader R J Dawson from Weymouth, (Letters, MOTOR SPORT, October 1987) fell into the trap of believing that the BBC Television Grand Prix coverage shows you everything. He referred to Michele Alboreto's rush into the pits in Austria at the end of the parade-lap, suggesting that I did not see correctly. I saw everything just as he describes from his television view, as I happened to...

Page 17 of April 2013 archive issue thumbnail Page 17, April 2013

The Motor Sport Month - International News

Senna swaps F1 for GT seat Aston Martin has pulled off a coup by signing Bruno Senna for its 2013 FIA World Endurance Championship campaign. The nephew of three-time Formula 1 world champion Ayrton will drive one of the Prodrive-run Aston Martin Racing team's Vantage GTE contenders in a full WEC programme, including the Le Mans 24 Hours in June. The 29-year-old, who parted company with the...

Page 71 of November 1993 archive issue thumbnail Page 71, November 1993

V-C Miscellany

The Brooklands Museum Trust has a new idea for raising finance; which revives the thought that the Government or British Heritage or someone should long ago have saved the World's first motor course from destruction. When H F Locke King built Brooklands at his own expense in 1906/7, he provided right from the start 75 covered bays in the Paddock for the shelter of racing cars and their owners....

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