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2013 Overseas factory & museum visits

29 April 2013 to 31 May 2013

During my overseas visit to the four motoring events, I also managed to visit numerous other locations, which I hope you enjoy the review of these photo galleries.

Monday 29 April 2013 - Visit to Hall and Hall

I am very grateful to Rick Hall for taking the time to spend a couple of hours with me in showing me around his facility. The facility is a complete shop for restoration, creation and race preparation. He is currently working on a project to build a replica of the BRM V16 - this includes the casting of a new engine, part of which was pulled out of the shelf to show. There were about 16 or so vehicles in the workshop, two Ferrari F1 from the 70s, two Lotus F1 from the 70s & 80s, Maserati & Aston Martin sports cars (to name a few). There are more photos than these two, but I stick to my promise not to put up the workshop photos on the web site.

Monday 29 April 2013 - Raymond Mays Museum - click here

Raymond Mays was a celebrated racing driver pre-war, but more particularly, founded and ran the ERA (English Racing Automobiles ) and BRM (British Racing Motors) companies. The museum is located in his hometown of Bourne.

Wednesday 1 May 2013 - British Racing Drivers Club & Silverstone Circuit - click here

Dunlop 125 Years Exhibition at the Donington Historic Festival - click here

Wednesday 1 May 2013 - The Bugatti Trust - click here

Wednesday 1 May 2013 - Prescott Hillclimb - click here

Thursday 2 May 2013 - Penrite Oil Company UK - click here

Wednesday 8 May 2013 - Monaco Grand Prix track set up - click here

Friday 17 May 2013 - Ferruccio Lamborghini Museum - click here

Friday 17 May 2013 - Museo Lamborghini - click here

Friday 17 May 2013 - Pagani factory tour - click here

Saturday 18 May 2013 - Museo Mille Miglia - click here

 
Updated: 23 May, 2013

 

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