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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.

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We are a Triumph TR marque car club covering an area west of London from the M25 to Basingstoke, from Maidenhead in the North to Godalming in the South, we think we have a full range of marques from TR2 to TR8.

We meet on the first Wednesday of each month at the Ely Hotel on the A30 from 7.30pm (see map). Please keep an eye on the WFTR Events as we do get out and about. If  you want to know what we have been doing here are some galleries WFTR Galleries

The Windsor Forest TR Group is part of the TR Register Car Club.