Flywheel, Bicester Heritage
Blisteringly hot day and a huge number of things to look at!
I hope Michelle won’t regret not wearing a hat
Anyone know where this bit goes?
Aha, now I see! (Jeff a victim of very poor marshalling).
Who forgot to bring the gazebo?
WFTRs plus guest TR7 and TR3
Our cars were obviously more interesting than a Tiger Moth taxiing close by.
Diverse cars in the pre-1976 car park
No caption needed. Ground events alternated with aerial display – good idea.
It wouldn’t be an air show without the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight.
Nine Tiger Moth display team
A general view of the TR Register area
Mike’s favourite aircraft – a C-47 Dakota, this ultra-rare one modified to pick up gliders from the ground without landing (hence the name)!
They are very graceful in the air
Believe this was Hamilton’s car
It took 4 technicians and two laptops to start it! More than a shuttle launch?
Several cars, including these, took turns to do laps of a specially constructed course.
The ‘Technical area’ was a hidden gem, it’s where all the restorers and dealers proudly displayed their wares. There was a bar as well!
This Lagonda simply gleamed.