Never having attended a DTEC race before at Snetterton, I was very curious about what the day would be like and I was not disappointed! For the paltry sum of £5 pounds, all the TVR owners that attended were treated to a great day out at the races with reserved parking, free tea and cake. The races themselves were only supposed to take 20mins to complete, but you would not have noticed as the time seemed to be far longer - which was a good thing! After the races were over, a number of us went down to the pits to meet the drivers and look over the cars while indulging in some tea and cake. All-in-all, a great day out for the both racing and a social event. Much recommended!
Fox & Rabbit at Levisham
Even though the showers came twice it didnt spoil a 130 mile run, with roofs down, through spectacular Yorkshire scenery.
What better to refill the tanks half way than a good old pie!
Pop along next time and enjoy a day with cars and friends, new or old.
Although an event primarily aimed at American Classics and hot-rods, the Beaconsfield show is open to any sports or classic car that wants to be marvelled at by the public. The show this year was held on a sunny bank holiday and featured a great range of classics and other hot-rods, plus a scattering of the odd TVR here and there. The show did not attract a large response from the local TVR community this year which was unfortunate, but those that did go enjoyed themselves immensely. The field was full of chrome as far as the eye could see and we also saw a number of classic British cars that sparked some interesting memories for some of us there.