Ed Holly’s wonderful M&O newsletter has returned with its Winter 2012 edition, which is now available for download from the club website!
This absolutely mammoth edition gets stuck in to the wealth of historic motorsport that we’ve seen in the first half of 2012, recapping our recent Winter Historics at Sydney Motor Sport Park, the historic racing at Mallala, Historic Winton, the Formula Juniors at Lakeside and the show at Wings over Illawarra.
Aussies Abroad makes its return and features a particularly fun story from the Monaco Historique, there are a few very special and important pages dedicated to celebrating the lives of Paul Samuels, Bill Stone and Helene Bittner, and the newsletter wraps up on a happy note with all of the Pit Gossip, tech talk and upcoming motorsport in the world of ’60s racing cars.
It’s packed with fun stories, useful information and great photos and is well worth a read. Download it by clicking the handy link below, or right clicking and selecting ‘Save As’, and enjoy!
Thanks to Ed Holly for putting it together, and to the many contributors that create such a great read!
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When: September 2nd & 3rd, 2017
Where: Wakefield Park, 4770 Braidwood Rd, Tirrannaville NSW 2580
The Historic Sports and Racing Car Association of NSW will return to Wakefield Park this spring to shake off the winter blues with a spectacular weekend of historic motorsport.
Spectator tickets will be available at the gate each day. Kids under 16 get in free, adult tickets are $20 for a day or $30 for a weekend pass and concession tickets are $15 or $25 for the weekend.
We are honoured to be joined by the men and women who forged the history of motorsport at our social nights, and have been recording their wonderful talks for some years now. Thanks to the wonders of the internet, we are now able to share these with you on our YouTube channel.
Hit this link to our YouTube channel, or click the handy playlist below.