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VIEW FROM THE CLUBHOUSE


Brooklands Trust Members Chairmen’s board which has been designed and built by two of our members, Steve and Janet Flecture. The design is very much in keeping with the period feel of the bar and is a welcome addition to record the history of BTM Chair and Vice Chair positions. Our thanks to Steve and Janet.


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London-Lisbon Rally 2017 This year’s event started from Brooklands on Saturday 22nd April and we took the opportunity to film a number of driver interviews in the Paddock, notably with Bronwen Burrell driver of car number 51, a 1989 Austin Maxi. This car finished third in its class and a very creditable 39th overall. We hope to get Bron, the team and ‘Puff the Magic Maxi’ back with us later in the summer. We talked to Annabel Jones, Club level member and well-known Vintage Sports-Car Club campaigner who also took part in this year’s event. She explained: “The London-Lisbon Rally was truly an endurance event, 2,300 miles over nine days and four countries. There were 48 regularity sections and nine speed autotests, for 85 entrants. This tested drivers, navigators and cars – and even the best crews had bad days, battling snow, herds of goats and torrential rain


hose of you who are regular visitors to the Members’ Bar will have seen the smart new


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New BTM Chairmen’s Board (Steve Clarke).


to stay on schedule. I was navigating for the highly experienced Paul Wignall in a fast and sure-footed Porsche 911S. We were going well and had clawed our way up to eighth place when,


Left to right: Robin Cordrey (BTM), Bron Burrell, Seren Whyte and Tina Reynolds (Tim Morris).


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‘Puff the Magic Maxi’ (Tim Morris).


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