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Monday 03 December 2018

Winter Driving Tests finish off the 2018 season

Bicester Heritage welcomed members of the VSCC for the end of season Driving Tests, Medicals and Race and Speed forum. The Medical team recruited by Willie Sellars and then organised by the Ricketts family managed 73 medicals raising £6290 which  will be distributed between Mission Motorsport, Practical Action and Mutiple System Atrophy Trust.
Despite the forecast 64 entrants braved the elements to be tested by Mark Elders Brexit themed tests. The event was based in Hangar 113 with the scrutineering, signing-on, medicals, traders and refreshments all based under one roof.
An eclectic mix of Marques, the oldest being  Luke Roberts in the 1905 Bianchi and the smallest engine in Lucy Halls 1910 AC Sociable at 634cc arrived to be scrutineered in the rain which eased as the morning went on.
A selection of tests, tight and some longer tests challenged all competitors sorting out the fast and accurate from the rest. Eddie Williams was back behind the wheel puting his car control and young brain to good effect with the best score and winning the Modified Sports Car Class in the 1929 Frazer Nash.
Like Roberts in the Bianchi won the Veteran and Edwardian Class, with Harry Hoskins carrying on his winning streak in the 1929 Morris Cowley winning the Standard touring cars. Guy Lachlan in his 1930 Singer was clear winner in the Cyclecars and Light Car class.
The standard sports-car class was won by Edmund Burgess in his 1924 Brescia Bugatti and winner of the inaugural Malcolm Elder Trophy (for standard vintage cars)


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