The buggy is fitted with a transponder to record the lap time.
Congratulations to John Griffiths Nigel Wetton on winning class and a magnificent 6th overall on the Brands Hatch Rally. Thanks for carrying our stickers guys.
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Newport Pagnell Carnival. 2 wheeling outside my 'Local'
Photos taken by Charlie Wooding.
Click here to visit Charlies website, well worth a look.
My little brother (little?), managed another class win in his Richard Lloyd Golf at the 2017 Donington Classic meeting.
He is of course running with our MS4MS stickers on the side. Well done Mark.
Newport Pagnell carnival 25/6/16 and the rain came down.
Two of the KCMG mechanics get to grips with the 'race scooter'.
All of the safety equiment is now in place.
The driver gets a little attention before his lap.
Another couple of photos from Andrew of Guernsey Motorsport.com. I was given a whole empty car park to play in. Here I'm attempting not to turn the scooter over!
Kyla Birdseye Trevett just one of the drivers running In the MG Metro Challenge with our stickers.
You can visit Kyla's Racing Facebook page at
Some more of the Newport Pagnell Carnival.
These photos were taken by Pete Castle.
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Thanks to Andrew Le Poidevin of Guernsey Motorsport.com for the following images from the Val Des Terres Hillclimb, Guernsey on the 15th July 2017.
A selection of photos from the weekend of June 24th/25th 2017 at Rockingham. Many thanks to Dave Maries of View-Photograhic for the shots. You can find his website by clicking the button
Silverstone 30th May 2016.
Thank you Graham Tilley for running our stickers on your Ginetta G55. Graham is racing alongside the British Touring Cars and the races can be seen live on ITV4.
Pictured with the IoM TT support team in the Mannin Hotel, Douglas - top row, left to right: Steve Cook, Phil Dyer, Steve Baldock. Bottom row: Di Cook, Noel Wilson, Karen Wilson (Noel's wife).
Before and after.
J-P Ivey's Radical carrying our stickers.
We would like to thank the BARC Midlands centre and all of the marshals who made our trip to Curborough so successful.