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Illustrations of XB-1 or ‘Baby Boom’ alongside Boom 2 (Boom Supersonic).


from the Federal Aviation Administration by 2023.


As part of their trip, Museum Director Allan


Winn, and Concorde Operations Manager Jenny Tye showed the team around the Museum. They were particularly impressed by the geodetic construction of the Wellington Bomber, so much so that a couple of them came back the next day


to have another look! Boom is planning to return early next year to


revisit some scenarios. The team has also kindly offered to donate some of the tooling used to manufacture the prototype, once they have finished using it. This will hopefully be featured in the engineering exhibition in the new Flight Shed.


Jenny Tye BTM TALK – 1990 BENETTON GP CAR L News


ike many others, John Reaks watched Grand Prix cars and thought, ‘I could do that’. So he had a go in single-seaters at Rockingham and then at a circuit in the south of France. But he couldn’t let it rest at that and so he bought his own GP car, a 1990 Benetton-Ford B190. In John’s talk to Brooklands Trust Members in May he described some of the history of the car, technical aspects of it and what it is like to drive and own. In order to accommodate the car itself, the talk was held in the Vickers Suite.


Benetton B190 (Gareth Tarr).


John’s car was driven to victory by Nelson Pi- quet at the last two races of the 1990 season – Suzuka in Japan and Adelaide in Australia. The first of these is, however, not remembered for who won but instead for one of Formula One’s


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Full house in the Vickers Suite (Gareth Tarr).


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