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- Treasure Hunt – Postponed Until A Later Date
- July Competitor Of The Month – Angelica Fuentes
- Interesting Car Night 7th August 7:30pm Guildford Tyres
The time has come for ‘ICN ’18’. An evening of racing, rallying, classic and modern cars and a free barbecue. We’re looking forward to an evening of interesting cars, camaraderie and great food. See you there?
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Once again Guildford Tyres opens its depot for an exhibition of all things motoring. Chris and the team will be firing up the barbecue with locally sourced sausages and burgers. Food and drinks are on the house (only whilst stocks last).
Guildford Tyre Company is at:
All members and non-members are welcome. Bring along an interesting car, or just come along and join us, chat to the owners, and see the display.
We’ve moved it to August so it’ll hopefully be warmer and dryer. We’re promising to practice being better parking attendants this year too. Last year saw about 70 cars and 200 or more visitors. It ranged from an 1899 Sims to the latest 750hp Tesla and the biggest two door car we’ve ever seen (at 19′ long!)
Tell us you’ll be there and what you’ll bring, if anything, feel free to be an interested visitor.The time has come for ‘ICN ’18’.
- DOWN THE PUB next Tuesday 24th July With Martin Holmes
DOWN THE PUB next Tuesday (24th July – 8pm onwards) is at the New Inn, Send near Ripley, will be in the company of Mr Martin Holmes, Author of the Pirellii Book of World Rallying and former Club Secretary.
The pic shows Martin (in the glasses) when he interviewed Fangio and who died 23 years ago ….. Martin will be happy to sign your copies and chat – So many stories…
- June Competitor Of The Month – Graeme Bell & Russ Radford
Abingdon CAR-nival Stages 2017 Winners Graham Bell and Russ Radford put up a great fight in the Proton Satira Neo to try and regain their title on the 22nd running of the event but they just finished a few seconds behind the pocket rocket Darrian GTR of Chris Woodhouse, after both competitors had been tied on stage times after 5 stages during a day long battle for the win.
Photo courtesy of www.rallygallery.com