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oblige, a truck was sent to collect it and Eileen & I were given complementary tickets and hospitality for the three day event. Having furnished plenty of background information, it was disappointing to see absolutely no explanations as to the car’s history on display.


which is well known to the club after visiting Kimbolton last year. As ever, the racing was superb and covered motor cycles, sports and racing cars and typical 60’s saloons.


The Goodwood Revival Meeting in September is an increasingly popular affair with 90% of those attending arriving in period dress ranging from the 30’s to the 60’s. This year I was asked whether the Gold Medal Singer BLN 291 could be borrowed for display by Credit Suisse to appear at the press tent.


I was delighted to


that wasn’t really much comfort. Elsewhere the Gibson’s had their ex Le Mans Singer Nine on display with plenty of signage, which was pleasing to see. Plenty of club members attended Goodwood and tended to centre on Madgwick Corner, which is one of the fastest corners on the circuit and also at the end of the main runway, affording excellent views of aircraft flaring for landing over your head.


Vogue 637 DVJ together with the club badge. Also, parked opposite our 1 1/2 litre four seater AYV 129, was the Chamois Sport reg: JHR 859E


In the cars for sale was this well preserved


BLN was positioned right on the flight line, with Spitfires and Mustangs in the background, leaving visitors wondering just what the car was and why it was there. Apologies were received after the event for this disappointing display but


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