BRINGSTY GP REVIVED 70 YEARS ON AS TIME & OBSERVATION TRIAL
1st of April 2017 sees the re-creation of the Bringsty Grand Prix last held in 1947.
Originally held as an enduro type event on road tyres, due to wartime shortages, it is now to be run as a time and observation trial for pre 1954 machines.
Using the same land, owned by the same families, as the original event the course and sections will include climbs, descents, ledges, bog and water splashes.
Primarily run as a fun event it is intended to revive the optimistic post-war spirit and give entrants the opportunity to use their bikes in this classic environment.
Ian Taylor, event co-ordinator commented; “The Bringsty GP will bring a piece of history to North-East Herefordshire. It is part of the Bromyard Speed Festival which takes place the following day. This Festival showcases cars and bikes from all ages demonstrated around the streets of the town, competitors will be included as part of their entry.”
Please note that this event is being run on private land and participation is by invitation only.
Read more about Bringsty Common.