Sunday rest? Never! Sunday race #3 (Sensing a pattern here)
Seven am Sunday morning jumped out of bed, fed the cat and hooned off in the turbo mini 40 miles X country to Winchcombe, Gloucestershire (Pronounced Glosstr-shure, not Glau-chester-shire, (so I’m corrected)), for a fun day racing. Met Jason in the Carterham7 half way at Stow-on-the-Wold and chased each other till we got there.
Parked up the two cars where they could be much admired…
…along with some other beauties…
…and walked the track’s bends and turns.
On the drive there, the turbo mini developed a sticking master cylinder and so had to be parked up and not raced. Pity, and, sometimes this happens with experimental engine designs.
Still had tons of fun in the Carterham7.
The twisty and turney track was well raced and there was loads of time to watch others…
…including this exquisite Bentley Napier from the 1930, (with an airplane engine and no exhausts).
This is great! Wow…you are a Renaissance woman! Writer, artist, photographer, sweet car owner…amazing!