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This Weeks' Autojumbles
With Easter Bank Holiday just around the corner, be sure to check what's going on and don't miss out on events in your area.
MAR 2014 Events
This Sunday 16th March sees the Garstang Car and Bike Autojumble event at Hamilton House, on A586, off A6, Garstang, Preston, Lancashire. On the 17th March it's the Downe Old Car Club St. Patrick’s Day Cavalcade at Old Council Offices, Strangford Road, and on 19th March the CMA Social Meet event at Racecourse Pub, Salhouse Road, Norwich. Following that on 22nd March the Bentley and Rolls Royce Bolton Workshop event at Bowling Ryan, Kearsley, Bolton, Lancashire, and then on the 22nd March it's the the Lincoln Autojumble event at Hangar Number One, Former RAF Base, Hemswell.
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Pendine Museum of Speed
This week we feature the Pendine Museum of Speed in Wales, UK.
Opened in 1996, the Pendine Museum of Speed interprets the Pendine area, focusing on the use of the sands at Pendine for land speed attempts and racing. The main exhibit for the summer season is 'Babs', the motor car used by Parry Thomas on his fatal attempt at the record in 1927. Babs was buried in Pendine Sands after Thomas died trying to reclaim the record the following year. She lay there for 42 years until being dug up and restored to her former glory. Motor bikes from Pendine's racing ..... Read more about the Pendine Museum of Speed here.
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Classic Racing Engines
An overview of fifty classic motor racing engines selected from an eighty-year period starting in 1914, when racing engines emerged as a distinct type of power unit. The book highlights each unit's significance in terms of both its racing history and the advancement of technology. Including many famous engines as well as others that are less well known, the book gives a clear sense of each unit's significance in terms of both its racing history and the advancement of technology. Each section has a full description along with technical drawings and photographs. Karl Ludvigsen has a distinguished record of accomplishment at senior levels throughout the worldwide motor industry. He has received wide recognition for his work as an editor, journalist, historian and author. Not only has he been employed at senior levels with Ford of Europe, Fiat North America, and General Motors, but he has also been involved in editorial roles with Motor Trend magazine, Auto Age, and Sports Car Illustrated and Car and Driver. Ludvigsen is in demand from the press of North America and Europe as a source of information on industry trends, and he is a frequent speaker at conferences. Currently, Ludvigsen acts as Chairman of Ludvigsen Associates Limited (a consulting company), Managing Director of Euromotor Reports Limited and Director of Ludvigsen Library Limited.