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MOTORCYCLE TEAM


Update


Brooklands bikes’ strong presence at Montlhéry


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strong contingent from the Brooklands Motorcycle Team went by invitation to


Montlhéry for the Fourth Vintage Revival event in May. The combination of the Brooklands-style banking and a very informal and eclectic entry of motorcycles and cars makes this a very attractive event. Tony Baxter of the Motorcycle Team led the


Brooklands invasion, with 14 volunteers and eight guest riders who are long-standing support-


A general view of the Brooklands pitch with our famous Cotton-JAP that performed faultlessly ridden by Ian Dabney (Angela Hume).


Michael Digby heads the queue for the session ahead of Brooklands volunteers Phil Kirby and Bill Whiteley with Dave Catton, one of our guest riders (Angela Hume).


John Bottomley discusses his tactics with ‘mechanic’ son-in-law Phil Kirby (Angela Hume).


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ers of our track events. Conditions were not ideal, chilly with some rain that produced some greasy areas on the concrete and there were some fallers among the Brooklands number, resulting in some first-hand comparison between the French health service and the NHS. In spite of nasty aches, pains and bruises, there were no broken limbs. The Team acknowledge a debt of gratitude to Elizabeth


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