Antipodean MGA Tour of UK and Europe for MGA 60th birthday. First Prev Page 1 of 2 Next Last Gallery Index
MGAs collected from the depot in London. All started OK, although some needed a bit of encouragement. MGAs visit Brooklands Museum Passenger track day at Goodwood Raceway. Ian Prior chose a GT40. Ian Mullins also chose the GT40 Marjorie Halford went for a ride in a D Type Jaguar and Rob Wilson flew around in a yellow Ferrari
For 25 pounds each we could do 3 The BMW set a cracking pace! Memorial stone for Tony Gaze at Goodwood and  Bronzeof Douglas Bader, who flew his last mission from Goodwood Airfield. On the ferry to France Meeting Christian Lissot, captain of the MGA Register in Reims, France.
We presented him with one of our MGA Register badges featuring the Kimberoo and Boomerang and he gave us all a beautiful poster celebrating the 60th Anniversary of the launch of MGA at LeMans in 1955. Reims-Gueux racetrack Christian's MGA is very similar to Rob Wilson's At Reims-Gueux, there is extensive use of a stencil requesting that visitors respect the memory of the drivers. Christian then took us all to the champagne company Mercier where we did a tour of the man made champagne "caves"<br>30 m below ground -18k of tunnels of which we toured about 1!
We made it up to the Stelvio pass. Stelvio visitors Make and mend at Lake Garda in readiness for the Saint Gotthard Pass and the return to Switzerland. 1/4 Make and mend at Lake Garda in readiness for the Saint Gotthard Pass and the return to Switzerland. 2/4 Make and mend at Lake Garda in readiness for the Saint Gotthard Pass and the return to Switzerland. 3/4 Make and mend at Lake Garda in readiness for the Saint Gotthard Pass and the return to Switzerland. 4/4
Rob and Mike enjoy the pool at Hotel Gabry, Riva del Garda One of the many tunnels along the Lake Garda coast A brief stop along the Lake Garda coast Checking the route by the Lake Garda shore Looking down on the beginnings of the Saint Gotthard Pass