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The Sunday Scramble II – A Pictorial

Bicester Heritage. Bicester Heritage is based on a 348-acre former R.A.F base in Oxfordshire and is home to one of my favourite events, the Sunday Scramble. There is plenty to see and do at this event, from exploring the Technical Site with its recently restored 1920's and 30's buildings to the

To The Belgian Grand Prix (2018)

Folkestone Eurotunnel car terminal, Folkestone, Mile Zero in this years' annual sojourn to the iconic cathedral of speed deep in the Ardennes, the Formula 1 track at Spa Francorchamps. As usual we gathered at an ungodly hour on the thursday morning before the race at the terminal car park and lined up

Beaulieu’s Simply Porsche – A Pictorial

The National Motor Museum. 1,620 Porsches. I repeat: one thousand, six hundred and twenty Porsches in one place. This easily smashed Beaulieu’s Simply Porsche event's previous record of 1,003 Porsches set last year.  This yearly event is held in association with The Independent Porsche Enthusiasts’ Club and there were models from

To The Monaco Grand Prix

769 miles (1,238 kilometers), 11 h 21 min via A26. These are the driving stats google returns when you type 'Calais-to-Nice'. And oh, that is one-way only. So the drive to Calais and back would cover 1,538 miles (2475.171 kilometers) and take 22 h 42 mins! Easy. A few of my friends

The Sunday Scramble – A pictorial

The Sunday scramble started as just a 'cars and coffee' get together in 2014. Four years on, The Sunday Scramble is an event known nationally attracting enthusiasts from all over the UK and offers the opportunity to explore the former RAF Bicester base, the restored wartime buildings and businesses based

A Porsche on a Desert Mountain

The title of this article should have been "A Ferrari on a Desert Mountain", it could also have been "A Mercedes on a Desert Mountain". In the end the title of this article was dictated by the car that was available for my recent trip to Abu Dhabi to watch

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