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The month of May saw the Benjafields Racing Club‘s trip to Monaco for the historic Grand Prix and the participation of our 1923 Bentley 3 Litre Tourist Trophy. And once in Monaco, the opportunity to compete in the Grand Prix Historique de Monaco at the invitation of the Automobile Club de Monaco.
Then it was back to final design and indexing of my book, The Past and The Spurious – The Case of Legitimacy in Historic Cars. I look forward to updating you next month with a publication date.
A glorious sight – Leeds Castle and the gathering of W. O. Bentleys in readiness for the Barnato Tourto Monaco.
A well-earned rest as these exceptional cars arrive at the Chateau de Courban in Burgundy for an overnight stay. Next stop – the Monaco Historic Grand Prix with the Connaught ALSR.
Image – Paul Griffin
Arrived in Monaco for the Historic Grand Prix, and downhill braking into the chicane for our Connaught ALSR and the Maserati 300S of Claudia Huertgen.
Image – Trevor Noble
Wow! The Connaught ALSR exiting Tabac at the Monaco Historic Grand Prix.
Image credit – @mattywhitemedia
An interview by the HCVA as one of their ‘In Conversation with’ series covered my background and some of the influences that have shaped the experiences and views that led to my book ‘The Past and The Spurious – The Case of Legitimacy in Historic Cars’.
Read the full interview here