Starting and finishing in Tring, the event comprised approx 80 miles of A/B roads throughout Buckinghamshire, interspersed with clues which the participants had to solve on the way. This was punctuated with a lunch stop at the Boycott Farm Shop near Stowe. 22 participants took part in 12 vehicles which included a Jaguar XJ, Subaru Impreza and a Ferrari amongst others, the latter seen here entering Wendover High St – these in addition to a wide assortment of Tivs naturally!
What an event! Cor - every sexy motor that you can imagine present. It was like the Goodwood breakfast meet of the North. One sausage, bacon and tomato sandwich, washed down with a coffee (all in aid of the YAA) and it was time to mingle, oggle and watch some cars leave in a rather spirited fashion. Until Oct then when the next one is on. Dont miss it!
Extra people had turned up at the meeting point for the drive out. This which resulted in more people coming than places booked at the yet to be announced venue for the meal. As it turned out two people were only along for the drive and a quick drink which meant that we were only two diners over the booked number. With everyone in attendance that had booked to come along the driving directions were handed out and we set off in an orderly procession. I was near the front, and it gave me a pleasant feeling when I looked back to see the string of TVRs, a Lamborghini and the red eurobox which had to replace a member’s V8 T350T due to gearbox problems (this time).
The TVR Car Club