Elise and Mini driver Tina Cooper along with her partner Dave try out the hot seat. The pair finished the year as 2017 CSCC Modern Classics, Class D Champions driving the Elise.
Ex rally driver and now successful rally school owner Pete Gwynne tries out the buggy at Silverstone at the World RallyX meeting.
It was great to meet up with Chris Ward and Steve Soper at Oulton Park. The pair both drove fantastically to win the Historic Touring Car race at the 2017 Gold Cup race meeting.
Ex Formula 3, Formula 1, Le Mans, Formula E amongst many other series driver Karun Chandhok climbs aboard at the CSCC awards dinner.
CELEBRITY IN THE HOT SEAT.
Mr Brands Hatch, Brian Jones raises a glass to our charity efforts.
Nicky Grist, Colin McRae's Co-Driver in the World Rally Championship gets strapped into the buggy.
Andy 'Ace' Harrison swaps his Mini seat for a slightly more upright seat.
Elite Motorsports 2017 Ginetta Jnr driver Greg Johnson gives the buggy a big thumbs up.
Triple BTCC Champion Matt Neil was guest of honour and after dinner speaker at the 2017 CSCC awards evening.
Four times Hot Rod World Champion (amongst many other titles and achievements) Barry Lee takes to the hot seat.
The man it's all based on!
Meet Matt Howson, 2015 LMP2 class winner along with Richard Bradley and Nicolas Lapierre.
Some more of the celebrities who tried out the hot seat at Oulton Park. Richard Attwood Le Mans winner and Formula 1 driver amongst many other things and commentator, journalist and driver Marcus Pye.
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Adam Bint, driver of the Volvo Aerodyne
in the British Truck Racing Champ. tries out the seat. We are slightly dwarfed by the truck!
Ex Formula 1 driver, Le Mans winner and you name it, everything else driver David Brabham takes his turn in the hot seat.
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BTCC Champion and Le-Mans driver.....Amongst many other things! Chris Hodgetts tries out the turn in balance.
Ginetta Junior driver Charlie McLeod tried out the buggie on the 'Challenge [email protected]' course at Willen Lakes during the summer.
Paul Swift famous for driving everything on two wheels manages to keep all 4 on the ground in the Rockingham paddock.
Michael Wallage the British Mutton Chops Champion takes a turn in the seat. In 2017 Michael travelled to America to take part in the World Championship. He is now World Mutton Chops Champion.
The BRSCC Chairman Bernard Cotterell joins us in the Hot Seat at the 2017 Formula Ford Festival.
Classic Sports Car Club Chairman John Hammersley swaps his 'chair for my 'hot seat' at the 2019 annual dinner and awards presentation night. Also jumping into the 'Hot seat' for a fitting is Johns racing partner Adam Brown. Watch out for this up and coming 'Hot shot'.
The cast of 'Sleeping Beauty' helped MS4MS collect £230.50 At Panto in Milton Keynes
So Dame, Florri Floppybottom (John Dowell) gets a chance to be our 'Celebrity in the Hot Seat'.
Another Ex-Formula 1 driver tries out the seat. This time Lotus Super Star Martin Donnelly!
Gerry Marshall agrees.
Walking Motor Racing Encyclopedia Dave Goddard.
Just the man you want commentating on your race series has his turn in the seat.
Rick Shortle, (my surrogate Dad) and race driver in the 'Hot Seat'.
Commentator Mark Werrell tries out the seat for size.
Jon-Paul Ivey an instructor friend of mine from the old days of Rockingham is kind enough to run my MS4MS MS Society awareness race-car and helmet stickers on his Radical race car. He won his race at the end of year Walter Hayes race meeting at Silverstone. well done J-P, another celebrity makes the hot seat!
Scott Moran in the seat.
Winning this years British Hillclimb Championship makes him a 6 times Champion. Well done Scott.
Richard Spedding, winner of the 2017 Guernsey Hillclimb joins us in the hot seat page. I'm having a- bad AT' day!
In the Hot Seat is Ex F1 driver, 2nd placed driver in the 1989 Le Mans (Merc C1) and 1985 European Touring Car Champion Gianfranco Brancatelli.
Wil Arif in the hot seat at Anglesey Circuit.
2017, and now 2 times Formula Ford Festival winner Joey Foster shows off the winners trophy.