Here is a PDF copy of the Drivers Instructions with Timetable and Circuit & Paddock Plans.
The day is particularly interesting to Morgan owners as two races have Morgans Racing among the other entrants. Also, Race 5 is a Morgan only race with in excess of 30 entrants.
The day for us, began with running into the tailback of a Motorway Accident on the M40 requiring some local knowledge to get around the jam once we crawled to the next exit. We arrived so late that we missed seeing the Famous Cavalcade of Bentley's making a circuit of the track.
Here I am waiting my turn.
On arrival at the track we alway make our way around the perimeter road to Copse Corner, the fast flat out bend on the Short Circuit. It is here that Morgan owners tend to gather to watch the racing from the banking (The Stands are always closed for this meeting). This spot is also located next to the Tunnel allowing a visit to the central paddock area and the old pit lane and garages.
I took a few snaps of the Cars parked in this area.
I had to photograph this Berkeley as my first ever car was a Three Wheel Version of this model.
Ah, There is our friends Roadster 100. Can you spot the similarity? They are all the same colour.
As you can see, At Copse everyone uses a perfect raised terraced walkway to sit or set up their travel chairs and over the years it has become a Morgan Owners Meeting Place.
I have not taken lots of photos of the actual racing this year as my small camera takes a poor photo of the speeding cars. The red car in this one became the Race Winner driven by Matthew Wurr.
Once the main Morgan Race is over then it it a trip through the Tunnel to the Paddock area to view those cars there who are not still racing, as there are still five more races to go.
The name says it all. Such a lovely word. All of the cars have to be checked here before being allowed to race.
Here are a selection of the photos taken at the Bentley Drivers Club area of the Paddock. Millions of Pounds worth of vintage racing cars.
A very smart Sunbeam Tiger.
But Racing is not over yet as Ed Mercer heads for the start of Race 8 in his Morgan +8
Meanwhile, back at the 'Techniques Morgan' Paddock everyone is gathering for the Prize Giving and Buffet provided by owners Brian and Tracy Gateson.
For us the day had to end as we needed to head home to relieve our son from Dog Sitting.
I hope you have enjoyed the day.