Chiltern TRs


Kop Hill Centenary Climb, 25 - 26th September 2010

The 1923 Bugatti Brescia Cordon Bleu, which was involved in an accident on the hill in 1925 with a pedestrian (who was not seriously injured), subsequently causing racing on public roads to be banned

Immediately followed by Barrie "Whizzo" Williams,  burning rubber in a Costin bodied Lister Jaguar, opened the event
Lamborghini, Ferrari F40 and Enzo, take your pick !! The Brooklands Museum's Napier Railton. In this car, powered by a 24 litre Napier Lion engine, John Rhodes Cobb finally took the record for the Brooklands Outer Circuit Record to an astonishing 143.44 mph. A record that remained unbeaten when racing ceased in 1939
The Ecurie Ecosse Team transport and some of the cars. What a treat. A very handsome Bentley on the Hill
A later, Type 35 Bugatti Kevin's 1971 ex-works Datsun 240Z Rally Car
Malcolm, looking determined, in his very nice 1958 TR3A Jan Pearce in his le Mans TR2
Andrew's picture of the Bugatti Veyron on the hill, one of the fastest cars on the planet !! Despite the somewhat inclement weather, there was a good turnout of Triumphs.
David Hathaway's unique (?) Triumph 2000 Convertible Aidan's Stag with a very nice TR4
Andrew's TR5, Ron's TR4A and David's TR6 EFI Mike North's very nice rally replica TR4 joins the line up of Triumphs

Thanks to David and Andrew for the pictures

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