Haynes International Motor Museum Track Day 31st August 2015
This day out at the Haynes International Motor Museum, including two session on the track, had been kindly arranged by Tim Smith and a grand day out it was weather not withstanding.
Car line up for day waiting for the first track session. Tim treated everyone to some on site cooked bacon rolls which were welcome in the damp conditions. Thanks Tim they went down well.
Another view of the car line up
Tim brought his now familiar Wiltshire Ford Granada Concept to the Museum on probably one of it's last outings before he parts with it.
Back end of TB2 with bacon buttie tent in the background
Alex brought his neat little North Wales Mini van with him. Seems to be getting around quite a bit lately.
Room for a little'un. Even the Scubbies seemed impressed.
Phil's Hampshire Constabulary E28 528i coming out for a play. Had the pleasure of travelling to the venue in her. Nice ride it was too.
Classic if not so elegant BMW E28 rear end.
Next in line is Adrian's Wilshire Contabulary Driving School Jaguar XJ6. Nice and comfy it is, could drive around all day in it.
The old stripes on the boot lid are great. Any helicopters getting to close would never miss them.
Stuart's chariot of choice for the track day at the Haynes Museum was his Staffordshire Jaguar 240
The very loud rear of the curvy Staffordshire Jaguar 240
One of two Range Rover P38's owned by Paul being let loose on the track. This being the West Mids Police CMPG version.
The very stripey WMP Range Rover P38
These two Police Forces must have employed the same designer.
Formation Flypast on the Haynes International Motor Museum Test Track
Tim and his Wiltshire Constabulary Ford Granada Concept a.k.a TB2
Alex brought his North Wales Mini Van to take on the big boys
Stuart with his curvy Staffordshire Constabulary Jaguar 240
Adrian door posing with his sleek Wiltshire Constabulary Driving School Jaguar XJ6
Phil and Sue with the Hampshire Constabulary BMW E28 528i with Stuart phot bombing the shot.
The one and only two wheeled entrant to the track day was David Porter with his Metropolitan Police BMW 75/7.
Finally out onto the very wet Haynes Museum test track for the first of two half hour sessions.
Out on the track the North Wales Police Mini Van leads the charge.
"Slippin and a slidin" Dave braved the very greasy track for a sedate ride around on his Metropolitan Police BMW 75/7
Staffordshire and Wiltshire Jaguars out on the prowl
Watch where your going Timothy
Wiltshire Granada and West Midlands Police RR P38 playing tag on the track
Nice day out for the Hampshire Constabulary BMW E28
Adrian having a nice rural jog around the Haynes track in his Wiltshire Jaguar XJ6
West Midlands Police CMPG Range Rover P38 one of two P38's owned by Paul