The last week-end was exceptionnal, on our famous racetrack of Montlhéry-Linas, thanks to the organisation and Vincent Chamon, there was no crowd, atmosphere was irreal and so cool. The machines displayed were very rares and truly "vintage" (before 1940). Some of them courageous, came by the road like George "Norton" Cohen on his 1908 Brasier from England, who broke the clutch few miles before arriving.
We hope and pray all for a second edition next year!
The Napier-Railton 1933: 12 cylinders, 24 litre Napier Aero Lion engine, 3000rpm 3 speed gearbox. top speed 168mph
Thanks for the fresh Jupiler guys!
The Grindlay Peerless 500, is a replica of Bill Lacey's record machine who covererd 103mph
at Brooklands and beat Bert Le Vack record of 100mph in 1925. This is one of the six period replicas.