Yorkshire Motorsport Hero’s Tony Fall (part two)

1966 became one on Tony’s busiest seasons as he competed in an extensive programme of international events in Britain and Europe as a full works driver.  The year started with the Monte Carlo and Tony was partnered with Ron Crellin in an MGB which retired before the end when an oil pipe broke.  He describedContinue reading “Yorkshire Motorsport Hero’s Tony Fall (part two)”

1927 TT Racer heads for auction

A rare 1927 Works Triumph TT race bike will be the headline lot at the new Silverstone Auctions London Motorcycle Show sale on 12th February. One of just five bikes produced, and possibly the only survivor, it is presented in mostly unrestored condition with a wealth of provenance.  Stored in a loft for years, the “2Continue reading “1927 TT Racer heads for auction”

Yorkshire Motorsport Hero’s Tony Fall (Part one)

By Mike Cowlam & Oliver Fall Part one of a four part series. Tony Fall was often described as the bright young thing of British rallying at a time when Scandinavian drivers were coming to the fore.  I first met his son Oliver at Acespeed Historic Motorsport where one of his dad’s former rally carsContinue reading “Yorkshire Motorsport Hero’s Tony Fall (Part one)”

Christmas at The Motorist

Christmas Eve Eve Meet at The Motorist 23rd December 2021 Kick off the festive season in style at the North’s hottest automotive and bike venue, The Motorist in Sherburn-in-Elmet. This FREE to attend brunch meet will run from 9am until 1pm and all vehicles are welcome including both classic and modern. We will also beContinue reading “Christmas at The Motorist”

A classic with modern underpinnings.

I do understand why some classic car enthusiasts turn their noses up at classic cars that have been modified or recreated.  There is a lot to be said for originality but people have been modifying cars since they first started to roll off the production line.  Motivated to create something unique, faster, better handling orContinue reading “A classic with modern underpinnings.”

Event review: The Bradford Classic 2021

2020 was probably the most difficult year for anyone involved in the events or the hospitality industry. My own company Classic Events (Bradford) Ltd stopped its events and concentrated on media work. As 2021 progressed things started to look better. A few events started to happen from June and we started our own planning forContinue reading “Event review: The Bradford Classic 2021”