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Report on the Midland Trials Car Club 2 day Crewkerne Historic Sporting Trial Club at Blackmoor Farm, Woolminstone, Somerset on the 11/12 May 2019
ERA’s Himalayan Challenge certainly lived up to its billing of “a challenge” in 2018 from beginning to end. The competitors were hit by monsoon floods, tortuous traffic conditions and high mountain passes with myriads of hairpins. Huge potholes would test the suspension and the patience of those on the rally. The competition side of the event became incidental to the main objective: survival.
Record-breaking racer Zef Eisenberg survived a 195mph scare to establish a stunning new benchmark for the Flying Mile at Pendine Sands in South Wales. Riding a specially made 400bhp supercharged Suzuki Hayabusa that was built and prepared by Eisenberg’s MADMAX Racing...
International rally experts Rally Round is heading for the ‘roof of the world’ for the inaugural Trans-Himalayan Adventure starting on 20 April 2019. A mixture of 20 crews driving classic, vintage and 4×4 cars will journey through China, Tibet, Nepal and India as part of an exhilarating high-altitude expedition to the Himalayas.
When launched late last year, Rally the Globe promised to provide the growing number of classic owners with memorable motoring adventures right around the world and recently announced more details of their inaugural Southern Cross Safari taking off 15 February to 5 March 2020.
A 112-year-old Mototri Contal three-wheeler is set to take on the 2019 Peking to Paris, aiming to finish a 13,840 km journey it started in 1907.
Report from the 750 Motor Club joint “modern” and historic sporting trial near Petersfield on 29th December.
The winning car was the second oldest on the event, the 1929 Chrysler 75 of Andrew Davies and Paul Dilley who, despite tough opposition from the drivers of such much younger vehicles as a Triumph TR4 and pair of Ford Escort 2000s, led the event for much of the way.
The fourth running of the Historic Sportscar Racing (HSR) Classic Daytona presented by IMSA wrapped up Nov. 11 at Daytona International Speedway (DIS) after 24 hours of close and competitive racing produced six different run group champions.
Stroud and District Motor Club received a record entry of 61 competitors when they organised their historic sporting trial on land owned by Richard Rowe at Bradley Green, Wotton-under-Edge, Gloucestershire.
Saturday 10th November saw the Vintage Sports-Car Club return to the Lake District for their annual Lakeland Trial.
Le Mans has always been a race that tests the endurance of both man and machine. It was 1923 when the first ever 24 hours of Le Mans endurance race took place, a race which was specifically designed to prove that cars were reliable, little did the organisers and...