One of the things I loved about this exhibition was exhibitors enthusiasm to show visitors
what was under the bonnet of their exhibits.
Several exhibitors displayed their handy work and craftsmanship in the form of finished motors for display.
There was far more to see than my six hour visit would allow, I did not get a chance to look in any detail at the many motor cycles on display.
The event is best described as a mini Goodwood Festival of Speed,
slightly more intimate because of the smaller crowds but still like being a kid in a toy shop.
With thanks to Tim Murray and the Bristol Pegasus Motor Club without home this blog would not have been possible.
Hope you have enjoyed my overview of the Race Retro Exhibition and that you’ll join me again tomorrow for for a look at the first of a couple of vehicle manufacturers I do not recall hearing of before visiting Race Retro. Don’t forget to come back now !