Capable of high speed...

May 04, 2019,07:38 AM

but the one in white more than the others.

Visit to Auto Italia at Brooklands in Weybridge, England today.

Some amazing cars on show.


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Hey, that's my old neighborhood

 By: cazalea : May 4th, 2019-08:44
We lived a few blocks from Brooklands while in working in Weybridge during 1992 and onwards My street and "fast" car (racy Citroen Visa GT) The Local The office, from the window of my company car My third car (not capable of high speed) Track day briefing...  

Could have been

 By: cazalea : May 4th, 2019-08:56
it was in a few magazines I just liked watching the photographer ... ...  

Fun to see you old photos...

 By: Dave G : May 4th, 2019-10:29
Remnants of the wonderful old banked track are still there with the very active Mercedes Workd “mini” track poses in what would have been the infield. Some shots of a portion of the remaining track below from this morning. ...  


 By: Jurry : May 4th, 2019-11:17
I once had the pleasure of flying the Concorde from NY to LONDON Actually very small as the fuselage was same as from the old Caravelle. In my job before that I have seen Mach 2+ multiple times

The good old days ..

 By: Cpt Scarlet : May 4th, 2019-14:57

Nice cars, but the airplane takes the cake!

 By: patrick_y : May 12th, 2019-15:59
I've never tried the Concorde. Now I regret it.

That looks like a VC-10 in the background.

 By: Tim Jackson : May 15th, 2019-16:53
As a child growing up in the '70's in England, that was one of the my fav. planes. Elegant and fast! My father flew in it to NYC one time on a business trip. Concord I saw one time in flight as it came up to Liverpool airport one time in the late '70's. C... 

Maybe you can find which flight it was?

 By: eklektik : May 16th, 2019-14:48
Here: Best, É.

Wow, now that is amazing to look at!

 By: Tim Jackson : May 16th, 2019-16:45
Thank you for this link, I've just spent 30 mins engrossed in reading that and trying to remember which visit it would have been. Probably the 1980 visit makes the most sense given the time of year. Cheers, Tim