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Old 7 Jun 2016, 20:50 (Ref:3648067)   #1
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Prescott Vie en Bleu / Vita Rosso 2016

To my eternal shame at the age of xx, my first visit to Prescott was only last year for the VSCC meeting.

So, booked up to do the Bleu / Rossa weekend and thoroughly enjoyed with Mrs H. Good weather helped / timing failure Saturday afternoon would have been very tedious had it not been sunny though.

A few snaps, actually quite a few, can be found here (and only done the pre-war so far !).

https://flic.kr/s/aHskALTbYR

Have to say that hillclimbs and pre-war cars offers super photo opportuntites with wheels at all angles and drivers very visible.

Huge favourite is Mark Walker's Darracq with various ERAs and Austin Sevens a close second. See if you can spot the escaped chain ...

Next stop Classic Shelsley ...

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To my eternal shame at the age of xx, my first visit to Prescott was only last year for the VSCC meeting.

So, booked up to do the Bleu / Rossa weekend and thoroughly enjoyed with Mrs H. Good weather helped / timing failure Saturday afternoon would have been very tedious had it not been sunny though.

A few snaps, actually quite a few, can be found here (and only done the pre-war so far !).

https://flic.kr/s/aHskALTbYR

Have to say that hillclimbs and pre-war cars offers super photo opportuntites with wheels at all angles and drivers very visible.

Huge favourite is Mark Walker's Darracq with various ERAs and Austin Sevens a close second. See if you can spot the escaped chain ...

Next stop Classic Shelsley ...

Oh, and after a couple of competitors, I uttered the dangerous words - I could go faster than that ...
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