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C1 - Mick Morgan in action.
Gloucestershire Autograss League Championship awards ceremony. Class 4 winner - Barrie Staite - 1985 Mike Galling - presenting trophy.
S32D showing it's performance at Llandow.
1982. Class 2 car. Morris Marina and a few Trophies - testament to his dedication to the sport.
Class 2 Vauxhall Viva. 1979
West Midland Open 1978 Terry Childs, Pete Brewer, Chris Tarrant and Don Jenkins. There was a crowd of over 2,000 people that day.
Think this was Geoff's last season - 1977.
Trophy Presentation - 1974. Under 1300cc Specials.
S38D Bill Summers?, B6H John Dawe, S20D Dave Gardiner with S24D Cedric Alway? following up the rear.
Note the safety fence, two ropes and a tyre slung over the post!
Forest of Dean race meeting at Maisemore. Sunday 13th Oct 1968. Tow truck: C.M.Downton - Skip lorry
1964 Naase Lane Quedgley Glos. Battle of Britain meeting. Looks like G6D has a bit of mechanical failure - would this be allowed today?
Les Horder in his 1300 Pushrod Special
The late Merv Tucker was one of the pioneers of Specials racing and was very competitive.
Freddie Booy again in his Datsun at Stroud's Moreton Valence track
YS36 John Woodland chases a Forest special in his 1300 Ford Pushrod powered car.
W71 Jumping Jeff Jones
BS27 Keith Fraser battles with assorted 100E's, E93A's, Beetles and even Imps.
Still picking up trophies!
Epic battle between Penhow's Roy McDonagh in his transverse supercharged 1800 BMC Special and PHD22 Don Jenkins in his V6 Ford version.
Doing battle with Pete Brewer R57
C33 - Don Page's car in background.
Left:Johnny 'Plumber Morris, John Schofield H3, Nigel Watkins (always an avid follower), and Dave Sanger H10
The bare chassis of C10 Mark 1.
The first ever Sanger racer, fresh from the workshop ready for the first race. C10 Mark 1
Arrived for the days racing. C10 Mark 2
Discussing tactics - Geoff Dalley and Phil Dyke
Doing battle with the Dolomite Sprint
One of Geoff's proudest moments - winning the Hereford Rebore Trophy at Withington - August 10th 1974. George Thorpe drove for the lap of honour. Mr Owen Davies in foreground.
Racing for the line
Line up - Grasshopper. Dave Fernihough.
Kelvin Walker BS1 - Handiwork!
P26 - Les Horder - 1974.
Sharing a joke with George Thorpe! Presentation evening - Corse village hall.
Trophy evening - kindly supplied by Don Page.
Don Page and Michael Groth of TV's That's life (approx 1985) National's. The Charity nominated was the Ben Hardwick appeal. (He was featured on That's Life). Gavin Campbell was also there to receive the cheque. (Thanks to Jason Roberts - Don Page's eldest Grandson) for this information. Yet another avid fan in the Family of the racing years!
Russell - H9
A very tight squeeze! Leo Weager in SV1. SV1 was raced when the new Severn Valley Club took off. G8D to the right and R7D to the left.
Rae Woods - B62H
BC79 - taken from a publication - late 70's.
Don giving Bruce Campbell a pep talk!
Ron Tyler being presented with a prize. Ted Blackmore over to the far right. It has also been pointed out to me that this looks very much Miss Jalopydays 1967 handing out the trophies and prizes.
The line up of greats! (I loved that spotty jacket). Right to left: P56 Len Attwell,R209 Dave Fernihough,SV80 Geoff Dalley,H150 Phil Dyke - any other's names appreciated. Poss Bill Locke.
Poss - Phil driving.?
Poss - Phil driving.?
Illustration which appeared in the Severn Valley programme designed by Martin Weager.
An early racing picture of SV8 Glyn Williams and SV80 - Geoff Dalley. Given to jalopydays from Tiny Wood's collection. A very avid follower of Severn Valley.
Carry on the immortal number SV77 - Jane Shail - daughter of George Thorpe
Cropped picture from an original line up including Andy Rouse.
Taken from Jalopy Journal - 2nd Edition 1974
Taken from Jalopy Journal - 2nd Edition 1974
Picture taken from Jalopy Journal - 5th Edition 1974
Picture from: Autograss Journal 6th Edition 1975 - 15p.
B6H seems to be carrying a bit of a burden. E39D (as yet unknown). B44H William and Steve Wright?
Tony Griffith does battle with Ted Wheatley 1974. Jalopy Journal - 1974.
Looks like Long John Parry? Jen Weager and Ted Blackmore.
Trophy presentation - Dave Fernihough and Leo Weager
John Bevan G1D and Wally Millard G27D
Trophy presentation at Wormelow.
Supplied by Ron Morris - Wimpey Walker in a special?
Another generation: Gerry with his Father Herbert. Gerry's sister Grace.FIFA Coins online uk fifa coins FIFA Coins online usa fifa coins
This was taken in 1985 - probably at Withington. Still a speed merchant!
Another capacity crowd to watch the afternoons racing. H150 in action - yet another of Phil Dykes car designs.
Nationals? Looks like a battle with S57Y. R111 - Jim spencer and Phil Dyke (car far closer to the ground).
Inter league race.Radford boys, Border Counties boys, Hereford Boys Geoff Dalley, Harry Badger, Phil Dyke, Dave Fernihough. Les Wall, Dave Sanger.
Withington - matching Landrover for Hereford colours.
Les - ahead of Leo Weager SV1.
Flying John!Here is John coming in to land after a 32ft flight at Long Marsden airfield - Stafford. Please note the marshals on the start line pointing to the aeroplane flying overhead - their backs to the action - or .... perhaps they were hailing the Ambulance from the pits?
1968. Severn Valley Track at Staunton Court. Bob Clifford driving Bill Allsopps Dello. It had a supercharged Ford 100 E engine. Bob spun three times but still finished third. Sadly in the open it was involved in another incident and broke into two pieces. It survived to see another race day as it was rebuilt for the following week.
Very early F1 (not formula 1).
The days when everyone dressed up for the 'Dinner and Dance'.
Yet another number for Dave!
John didn't conform to club colours!
A strong contestant - 848F - John Orpin's lady driver - Sue Walker.
Colin Dally holds the David Dally memorial cup.. Colin is the Father of Philip Dally who supplied the pictures.
Granville ready to present the trophy to Colin Dally.
A Summers day. Racing at it's best. SV77 - George Thorpe. H20 Tony Griffith and SV2 - Richard Evans.
Tony receiving trophy from Owen Davies. Neil Crump driving H20 for lap of honour.
Norman Grasby.Phil Barlow. Dave Cox and Tony Griffith.
P56 - as supplied by Tony Griffith.
Rallying days - from the collection of Tony Griffith.
Dinner and Dance - Trophy winner. Picture supplied by a very proud Daughter of Bob Boswell. Sharon Harris.
Nationals battle with B88H
Radford 2010. Mark Webber and Phil Dyke talking tactics.
Another battle at Withington
Jalopy Queen - that's going back some years!! Evening meeting at Carmarthen where Terry won both Class and Open races.
Terry overtaking on the outside - inside Henry Harding. A hard fought and exciting Class 9 race.
Roy Millington. Jack Watkins (Border Counties) Geoff Dalley (Severn Valley) and Terry Childs (Hereford). Radford 1977.
The chap on the microphone looks like a well known DJ?. Ted Blackmore features over on the right hand side.
Dave raced this car for 10 years!
This was taken in the mid 70's - though this car is still racing today with Stroud and District.
1975 - Shirley and Trevors first car on the track
Trevor and Shirley's children were keen on the sport too, both Ian and Anita sporting a pair of overalls with Mum and Dad's number on. They both had a miniature car too.
Vauxhall Viva HB. Class 3.
1983.This was Trevor and Shirley's last racing car. A Class 7 Ford Fiesta, it had a Ford engine in the back with a Volkswagen gearbox.
This picture was taken in 1966. Bill Jones presented Bob with The Best Novice Trophy.
A very early presentation - Ted Blackmore to the right.
B40H from 1970.
Another new car - 1973. This vehicle had a Ford V8 engine.
To sum up - Eddie Perry had a great time with his racing and in 1976 had both car and trophies together at the Finish flag!
Super quality picture given to the site by John Orpin. A good crowd and retro cars in the background.
S36D - Cliff Thompson.
305F - Phil Jones
Details taken from a 1968 programme of Severn Valley's race meeting at Longdon Nr Upton upon Severn. This appears to show that Phil Dyke shared the race car H58 with his father Bill Dyke who raced under the number H59 - which is the reason why there appears to be two different numbers on the Dyke mobile for that era.
Results for Tom Davis found in the Western Valley report for 31/8/1969.
Prize card - first place in 1968 at Stroud and Districts meeting.
Roy Millington BC, Jack Watkins BC, Geoff Dalley SV and Terry. Radford 1977. 1st year of racing for Terry.
Hereford Race meeting - was a very wet start to the day!
Radford 1977. Roy Millington BC. Jack Watkins BC. Geoff Dalley SV and Terry Childs H.
Very early G99D.
G77D Ken Galling and 848F - John Orpin.
848F does battle with 12F.
305F - Phil Jones cornering.
848F threatening for a roll over.
John's first ever racing mini.
G26D doing battle - very little protection in this car!
Alan pictured on top of his racer after a very eventful race meeting at Hereford!
Fred - in action in G6D - pre Severn Valley days.
A good low level picture of SV21. A good neat Special.
From humble first trophy beginnings to a vast collection of Silverware and winners prizes. Watching over the family silver is Phillip Evans.
Steve with friends and family, in the pits. What a great picture of these early racing days and all the surrounding vehicles.
Steve Ferris waiting to be called to the line. A lovely clear picture of R303D Ralph Print alongside. The Early days of racing.
Ron doing battle with NS28 and S32.
This is Derrick's first Simca - built in 1972.
Mike Galling presenting Derrick with League trophies - 1980's.
Derrick winning the 1978 Nationals at Hanbury. Class 2.
B88H driven by Jill.
Many trophies won over the seasons.
A1 in 2011.
This write- up came from an Autograss publication supplied by Mark Webber.
Peggy Heeks and Dave Fernihough.
Left to right: Lisa Overthrow. Sue Williams. John Williams. Beverley Taylor. John Hall. Maurice Williams. Unsure. Mike Priday. Barbara Priday. Steve Allen. John Orpin.
A brilliant 'Roll' moment captured! 6F John Williams rolling his 100E van.
S37D - Back wheels off the ground.
Dave was the first out of the car to push it back over! Taken at Stroud's track alongside the M5 motorway at Moreton Valence. Others involved are Forest of Dean members - John hall. Aubrey Godwin. Peter Baker and on the far right - Paul Bodenham.
Taken at one of the Stroud tracks - possibly Minchinhampton.
A young John doing some mechanicing.
Chris getting a helping hand back to the pits.
Steve looking a bit anxious! Spanner in hand. credits Roger Gee.
R399 - Dave Kings. credits Roger Gee
Bill Allington receiving a trophy from Mrs Fernihough.
R30D - Terry Bodley. credits Roger Gee.
R48 - a pretty high backed Special!
In the days of racing with Bredon Hill. Jason sits at the line with Fred Bishop as the 'line up' Marshall.
Dave Tate with Les Clark. Trophy presentation.
Les Clark E99.
Amanda Johnson supplied facebook with this picture - it is a mixed group including. Dave Collet, Charles Collet, Heulwen Brown, Terry Brown (Red overalls), possibly Jim Spencer, Dave or Hoss Fernihough. Terry Harbour.
Margaret with her haul of trophies.
Must have been one of the best turned out Ford Pops on the race track. B75H.
P11 - Les with a change of number.
Tony Over - a most colourful racer.
Leo and George Thorpe Dinner and Dance.
This picture was taken at the Gloucester League Presentations - late 70's. Bill Allsopp presented the prize and Trophy - the gentleman assisting was Bob Pickering.
John and Gaynor with their trophies.
Chris's beloved 87F with a certain degree of damage!
Chris receiving a Trophy from Mike Galling.
CAR 45 - Carmarthen car 45 - unnamed driver as yet.
H26 - prototype Anglia.
H26 - The story continues with Clive Mapp.
H43 - Retrograsser original picture. Bill Limb?
Probably one of the most spectacular pictures to have ever been taken of Phil Dyke in action. Credits Retrograsser.
H150 - a very wet day! credits Retrograsser.
Dave Hill - A story.
An honour! credits M.W.
P9 - Simca Rallye. Garry always ran the Simca with the bootlid propped open. It was noted on the picture that the front wing on 103F is missing. Up until 1989 NASA rules allowed these to be removed.
Newspaper article for Brenda's days of Secretarial work and driving.
Later racing years.
Bob Clifford receiving a trophy from the reigning Jalopy Queen.
June G27D racing against G1D.
PHD16 - Phillip Llewellyn - credits Retrograsser.
Paul with his trophies and Linda? PHD26 - a force to be reckoned with.
H57 - Pete Brewer - Credits Retrograsser.
Letter from NASA.
Alan and Dave Fernihough. Dinner/Dance presentation.
SV103 - Jim Jones. Malcolm Pritchard in the background.
Watching the racing - a good vantage point.
R3D - Dave Cox. SV4 - Don Rhee/Mick Lane.
C125 - Terry Bass.
Terry in a line up of National winners. Chris Tarrant presenting trophies. Don Jenkins.
Jim Corbett heads the line up for the Tug Of War. credit Jason Clarke.
SV101 Chris Tomlinson at Clehonger. credits Andy Jones
Margaret Jordan - triumphant Trophy winner. Amanda can just be seen with the Monkey mascot.
C1 - at it's best.
H150 and C1 Mick Morgan in a scrape.
Amanda Jordan - one proud Daughter.
Amanda doing a de-coke. Colin Jordan's daughter.
H111 - Mini - this was run in the Junior class by Andy Jones.
H71 - A colourful Hereford car. Escort.
SV103 - nice neat numbers.
SV103 - Engine interest!
C90 - Trevor (Bomber) Harris and Martin Fernihough R208.
Les Clark and Terry Brown.
Vince Jones and Jack Watkins - relaxing!
Mel Neale - PHD63 from the collection belonging to Tony Baylis.
LA22 - Don Jenkins - Cwmdu race meeting 1975. credits Tony Baylis.
R71 - Alan Lewis - provided by Tony Baylis.
R203 - Radford 1975. Picture taken by Tony Baylis of Brian Waterhouse and looks like SV77 - George Thorpe.
B52H - Bill Locke - credits Tony Baylis
F3D - Black and white print taken from a Jalopy news publication. Almost the same 'bouncing' position as the picture above but if you look closely at the background it's not the same meeting.
104F - A Special. This picture was taken from a 1979 publication.
105F - all 4 wheels on the ground.
Ron Stephens receiving a Second price at one of the Early Forest of Dean race meetings.
A wet meeting at Maisemore in 1964.
This picture was placed on the Retrograsser Facebook page and I now recognise it as John Williams. This picture was submitted by Lee Tucker - Grandson of Merv Tucker and coincidentally has a 'home' connection with me as this was taken in Eastnor Park. Research through some Severn Valley minutes tells the story that this was on September 5th 1971 by kind permission of Major Hervey Bathurst. Having delved a bit deeper - the Internet has turfed up that the temperature for this day in 1971 was almost 23 degrees. The takings for the Ice Cream van was over £109.00!! Joe Fitzpatrick recalls driving to Eastnor for one race meeting and his Ford Zephyr (road car) boiled over on the journey.
E11D - supplied by Tony Farman
A classic picture taken by Tony Baylis. C100 Malcolm Pritchard
This is one of Chris in his Special. It was taken at one of the heats at the Midland League Open - probably late 80's.
Les Clark. An unfortunate crash on the fast Bredon Hill track saw the hospitalization of two of the most popular local Specials stars. Les Clark and Brian Jenkins tangled on the fast part of the circuit and both were rushed to hospital by the St. John crew. Brian was released with bruising and shock but 'Big Les' was less fortunate, suffering two broken legs. Lorry driver Les is a dedicated Autograss man, with a keen family - wife Ann and two children Jason and Mandy. This was his first year in Specials after four seasons in Saloons and the Rover V8 was severely wrecked at the front in the crash. Ralph Tustin.
Sadly, Gerald's career came to an end in this horrific crash which cut his racing career short. John Taysom and Derek Price examine the damage.
Gerald progressed to two trophies in 1961 and the tally of Prize cards (shown here on the bonnet) of yet another Classic car increased too.
Think Gerald must have been giving the car a decoke! Bonnet appears to be missing.
Graham Hooper driving G200D - in approx. 1985.
B40H and B100H Dave Collett.
Presented at Park Hall Ballroom - Wormelow 1969 for the 1968 racing season.
Mike Evans. Roger Wilesmith. John Orpin. John Phipps. Paul Bodenham. Tony smith. Roger Butwell. Les Farman.
Park Hall, Wormelow. 1968. Left to Right: Ken Mason. David Field. Beryl Smith. Bob Pickering. Andy Rouse. Mrs F.Aldridge. Owen Price. Mary Lodge. Pete Murray. Ann Burnham. Mike Fishpool. This picture was taken in 1968 with Pete Murray presenting the Trophies and Mary Lodge given the honour of being Miss Jalopy Queen.
1986 League Presentation - Gloucester members. Back Row: Graham Hooper. Phil Kent. Darren Byard. Second row: Mike Fishpool. Pauline Kent. Penny Morris. Graham Vaughan. Front row: Teresa Hooper (Price). Andy Lee. Dennis Morris. Karen Fishpool. Steven Fishpool.
Phil and Pauline Kent at the 1986 League Presentation for Gloucester Members.
S202D - Class 1 Mini. (well - new mini shape!!) Pete raced this in 2012.
Certificate of Merit - Prizes presented by Miss S.Parry - Jalopy Queen 1969.
S22D - Martin Anns.
This came from Keith Fraser's collection of pictures on Facebook. Roy McDonaugh and his wife.
H717 - John 'Trubloc' Williams on the left outside. Terry Harber parked next to H717. this was again taken at Eastnor Park Sept 5th 1971 - one of the hottest days on record in that September at 20 degrees.
A Newspaper write up supplied by Frank Tippins.
Newspaper article on Rod Ryder's race history.
Alan heads of Paul Bailey in the Mini!
Amongst the group of Hereford boys - Rob Collins and Clive Mapp.
BC79 - Facing the wrong way!
Gerald Weaver. Nationals winner in 1978. With Dave Hill and Brian Robbins. Stirling Moss was the Master of Ceremonies for this years Nationals.
The ever changing vehicles of Phil Dyke. H150.
H99 - from the collection of Dave Buckley.
Cecil and Tiny Wood were great followers over the years of racing. This is Cecil Wood seated on the rear wheel of SV1 - Leo's Special.
Leo - in a smaller version of SV1.
H27. Brian Robbins
R4D - Saloon. Neville Spiers.
Les Clark - A very tall man.
Gerald Green. John Hall. Jane Jones. John Martin.
Paul Townsend. Eamon McGurk. Mrs McGurk. Christine and Cyril Powell (non racers). Dilys Townsend.
Melvin drove for the Forest of Dean Club. the vehicle was an Austin 16. Raced between the years of 1964 - 1966.
This car belonged to Dave Taylor and Bill Webb - they were mechanics to Ted Wheatley. On the left Ted Wheatley, middle - Dave Taylor and sat on the roof - Phillip Taylor (Son of Dave). In the background is E11D.
The running of P38 was a three way partnership. From left to right in the picture is Eddie Bolas, Brian Lovey and David Taylor - with a female follower.
Think the young lad to the right of the car is Lionel Weager or Martin (with ice cream).
Another trophy for the fella.
Gerry enjoying a sunny race day with his Sister . Children are Chris and Cath.
'Spam' chasing H15 Alan Thomas at Hereford's Withington track.
1984 W.A.S.A Open
Gerald Brace leading a dusty race at Withington Hereford - 1984.
This picture was taken at Norton Radstock approx. 1980. Others in picture: 'Spams' girlfriend. Sue Olssen (girlfriend's sister). Little blonde boy at the front is Phil Olssen who also got the bug for Autograssing - he started his racing days with Bredon Hill but now races with Carmarthen - CM27. The white car parked alongside is Roy McDonagh's P32.
Trophy being received by Terry Childs from Bill Maynard. Yorkshire Nationals 1979.
Presentations always drew the capacity crowd - especially when there was someone special presenting the trophy - in this case Chris Tarrant of Tiswas days. Chris attended the 1978 Nationals at Hanbury Raceway in his capacity as A.T.V's star of Saturday Morning Show host on Tiswas.. and for your old money A.T.V. was Associated Television prior to ITV.
Geoff and Gwen.
W16 - Norman Evans taken at Radford in approx. 1971. Severn Valley car behind. Note the Marshalls dressed in their whie overalls.
The old trusty Ford Pop.
B6H - John Dawe leads SV111 Mick Haines. S20D Dave Gardiner is fixed firmly to the back of Dick Gittings SV43.
Mervyn receiving a Trophy from Norman Hupton. Lady in the background is Diane Bevan - she is the daughter of Bill Allsopp.
This picture was taken in 1969. Ted Wheatley seen tinkering with the car in the Red top. Alan standing to the extreme left of the picture.
The Park Hall Ballroom - Wormelow. David Field receiving a trophy from Pete Murray in 1967.
Taken in 1966 at Alveston Show. 51F Colin Burnham leading. William was driving in the under 1200cc specials.
Penhow's Roy McDonagh and PHD22 Don Jenkins.
A Lotus twin cam powered Triumph Spitfire using an S type LSD back axle driven by Mark Cope of the 'Copes of Earlswood' stable. Thanks to Rob Bagley of Raceshots.com for the info
Penhow's Roy McDonagh and PHD22 Don Jenkins.
BS11 Rob Crone collects his fourth place trophy at the 75 Nationals whilst the winning mini of Weymouth racer Dave Rolls' sits in the background
Penhow's Roy McDonagh and PHD22 Don Jenkins.
The Rose Bowl Trophy meeting 1974/1975. Snooty Fox track? The haul of trophies - on the roof of H10 - The Sanger racer. Left of pic Dave Fernihough,poss Chairman of PHD Gordon Harries?, Roy Sanger, Radford Driver?, Foreground - Tony Griffiths.
Bare chassis, welding completed and frame completed ready for re-assembly. C10 Mark 1
1650 pre crossflow Ford Engine. C10 Mark 1
A Roy Sanger build - Dave Sanger driving. H10 - Club change!
Geoff and Gwen Dalley Dinner and Dance - late 60's
Trophy presentation PHD65 Elwyn Rossiter. B117H Martin Jones.
Colour discrepancy - officials not impressed.
Discussing race tactics with Geoff Dalley.
Taken from Jalopy journal - 1973 1st Edition.
SV8 Glyn Williams leads SV80 - Geoff Dalley. Picture supplied from Tiny Wood's collection. This must have been taken in approx. 1965/1966 as this was Dad's first car.
Trophy presentation evening - Prince of Wales at Corse.
Mr Ken Hammond - older - but wiser!
Trophy presentation evening: Kindly supplied by Mr Don Page Left to right: Martin Fernihough,Margaret Liddiatt, Roy McDonagh, Len Attwell, Tony Beaumont, 'Wimpy' Walker, Sally Fernihough, Ken Hammond, Geoff Dalley, Eileen Evans, Dave Fernihough, Norman Evans, Steve Holmes, Don Page, unsure, unsure.
Don giving Bruce Campbell some advice.
Lady driver - Margaret Liddiatt
Geoff Dalley - Trophy presentation
Russell Tyler taking the trophy from Jackie Charlton.
A real early special - W19.
Father and Son with the current SV81.
Not going very far! Hampton Bishop
Six wheeled version of BC69
As time went on the cars got closer to the ground! BC01 and R101.
C6 Peter Collins and C77 Geoff Pillinger do battle together.
Having a tussle with Jill Haines SV111
38F and 105F do battle.
Trophy presentation with Mr George Thorpe. Harry Badger to left of Geoff.
Poss - Phil driving.?
Russ would very casually discard his wooden leg overboard before a race!
H15 out in the lead - looks like H44 of H14 - Neil Crump running alongside!
This was taken from the 1968 Severn Valley Programme for the Battle of Britain week race meeting at Longdon Nr. Upton upon Severn.
West Midland Personality of the month - Jalopy journal 1973
PHD 3 - from Paul Pearce's collection.
Doing battle with the Radford Boys. R3D - Dave Cox.
A modern SV77 - George Thorpe's number lives on.
Taken from Jalopy Journal - 2nd Edition 1974
Taken from Jalopy Journal - 2nd Edition 1974
Picture from: Autograss Journal 6th Edition 1975 - 15p. Dave Fernihough and Bryan Waterhouse.
Picture taken from Jalopy Journal - 1974.
Jen presented with a token of appreciation by Bill Houlbrooke - Landowner of the Colwall area where Severn Valley had several race meetings.
Steve from the Red Cross presenting Jen with a bouquet - race meetings wouldn't have gone ahead without the joint ventures of the ladies.
George presenting Leo with a trophy at Severn Valley Dinner Ross?
Margaret Liddiat - lady driver and Leo Weager SV1
Young lads looking on - Mr Mark Webber and Mr Christopher Webber.
Mike Galling presenting Jill with Ladies and League Champion Trophy in the 1980's.
Presentation from Pete Murray and Miss Jalopy Queen.
Miss Jalopy Queen 1967 - Wormelow Hereford
P25 Neil Taylor - track unknown
A group of class winners! Left to right: 'Furry fungus face Fred' Geoff Dalley (in front of ambulance) Harry Badger, Phyl Dyke - drinking out of cup. Dave Fernihough. Les Wall. Dave Sanger. Looks like the big class! Drivers sat on R105.
This car appears to be closer to the ground! A good sunny days racing and a good dry track.
This picture was also supplied by Jacob Williams. John's number was always 717. It is beleived that he carried this number through from Thomas Chapel days to Hereford to PHD. It is believed that John's eldest son Jonathon also raced under the number 717. Jacob remembers that his father mentioned that he had been British Champion during his racing career and there are several trophies that were awarded to John. Jonathon continued his racing career until the late eighties/early nineties. This has now been discovered to be taken at Eastnor Park in 1971. A very hot September day.
Forest of Dean meeting 2010. Class 2 Nova.
This Jalopy was made from an Allard sports car, the Flat Head V8 engine overheated badly, so a V8 - from an American truck was fitted with a Jaguar gearbox. Tractor tyres all round. 105F chasing was an early Rod Ryder vehicle.
Speed at it's best! 305F
Having a break in racing!
Slightly side on - following G17D
1966 - Danny Walker stood by John Orpin's Ford Pop - fantastic picture! A very early jalopy
1966 -Sue Walker stood next to the 'Old Pop'.
Colin Dally - driver of P49 - in the early days of Jalopy racing.
Granville Cottle and Colin Dally. Granville is receiving the trophy of the David Dally memorial cup having won the very first race since it's commission.
In the pits
The boys and the girls.
Roy presenting a trophy to ?
Tony and Wendy with presentation gifts.
Neil and Tony doing battle.
R209. David Fernihough.
It may be only a small trophy - but still a proud winner!
Melvyn Jenkins and E306Ddo battle at the Nationals.
Year unknown - Len Attwell having a very lonely race!
Bloomin big car!
S20D Dave Gardiner hitching a lift with Dick Gittings SV43 - hot on the heels of Mick Haines SV111.
Jenny Thompson and Dorothy Tout sat on B35H - Mervyn's car.
Second car driven by Shirley and Trevor - A Bedford Beagle van
Vauxhall Viva waiting for it's outing!
A Colour picture of Shirley Crandon putting S31D through it's paces.
Class 9 Special. 1500cc Ford Engine.
S31D entangled with NA3 - Somewhere in there is the fourth wheel!
W16 Norman Evans with the next heat waiting in line.
B40H - Eddie Perry - this dates back to 1970. It was an ex. Stock car with a Jaguar 4.2 engine - it was later sold to Ron Granger. Barbara Perry is stood alongside.
Eddie Perry - ex Rod Ryder.
Eddies 1974 Volvo with Terry Harbour offering advice.
Having decided that the V8 was not powerful enough, it was changed for a Buick Wildcat.
This car is a miniature version of the bigger version - but was also built with the intentional use of push starting the big one!
It went through scrutineering fine.
Phil in the middle of a scrap for positions.
Battle of Britain race meeting 1969. Severn Valley race meeting September 1969.
G34D Bob Clifford first ever racer shared with Eddy Brock. this picture is from 1965. Pictured in the car is Bob with his son Gary and Ray and Barbara Brock. Original picture supplied by Bob Clifford.
This was taken by Dave Buckley - Yorkshire racing photographer.
A very early racer. 17F - Michael Harris.
Another amazing find - a very early report from the days of the Thomas Chapel Club. So grateful that these items have been held on to over the years!
Terry - winner of Class 9 at the Nationals - Tenby 1980. John Taylor - European Rallycross Champion as Master of ceremonies.
H84 - A tidy Special.
Radford 1977. Roy Millington BC. Jack Watkins BC.Geoff Dalley SV and Terry Childs H.
A line up of heavy machinery. SV80 - inside line. G1D and G99D andy Rouse - possible R3D in the background.
This was taken in July 1980 as John skates on a very wet track.
A very wet track - Rich Jeffries making the mud fly.
34F behind W18S.
One of the many designs in the Orpin garage.
Don't know if this driver ever had all four wheels on the ground!
Norman Cooper features in this picture - (to the right of the shield.)
A very young enthusiast sits on his Dads car. David Evans - son of Richard Evans.
SV2 being driven by Richard Evans.
Margaret stood by the trailer.
The bonnet full of trophies on Richard Evans special SV21.
Margaret with her bouquet of flowers at the Dinner and Dance - might be the Wye Hotel. Looks like Christine Webber looking on.
Steve driving his Hillman Imp to the line.
Back in the pits after racing - Art Rogers R117.
Picture supplied by Wendy Ferris. R303D Ralph Print's car alongside R100D Steve Ferris.
A right up to date B169H - showing progression of racing through the years and Ron's still going!
Derrick driving their Simca at Pembry at the Nationals. Class 2 winner.
Jill with her haul of trophies.
Derrick Carles seated in A1 this is from the racing days with the Athelstan club. Class 7 Escort.
Derrick A1 in 2011.
S5D in action - a neat Special.
Tom Mills's first Special and some of the Trophies he won. This was a 1300cc Special which was later sold to Gerald Brace.
Barry Brookes seated in the car that he and Bill shared in the mid 60's. Taken in 1965. G8D. Originally a Dello Sports car. Racing with a Supercharged Ford Side Valve engine. Bill was 56 when he started racing. Diane (Bill's daughter) was a keen follower of the sports - seen seated alongside the car with her Dad.
Roger with the Special.
R333 - Super Special Special. credits Nigel.
Roger Gee driving his Special leading E
Roger Gee - flying round the track in the Special bought from Tony Griffiths H20 - of the Hereford club.
R44 and R393 Trevor Johnson.
This car driven by Dave was previously belonging to Leo Weager SV1.
R209 and R133.
Leo receiving a trophy from Steve Holmes.
Les Clark and Dave Tate. Trophy presentation.
Jason Clark driving E99.
Trophy presentation with Lee Lebrun and Les Clark.
B144H - Terry Harber - pretty early days of racing.
Lined up to go!
Line up Marshall - Fred Bishop.
B14H - Pete Harber.
Les Prior - P96. MOT failure! A bit too much rust in the sills.!!
Tony in Hellsapopin.
R115D - a very early Harry Badger racer.
Leo being presented with a trophy by a very young looking Dave Fernihough.
A newspaper report describing how 'cheap' jalopy racing could be to the 'ordinary working man's pocket'!
Ray Brock. 34F. Sue Davies. Gay and John Watson. S14D. Merv Dawe 10F. Jane Jones 305F. Gill and and Alan Bird B96H.
1979 Prizewinners. Ray Brock. Sue Davies. Gay and John Watson.Merv Dawe. Jane Jones. Gill and Alan Bird.
It may not have been one of the prettiest cars - but it certainly got ahead.
H26 - the Story.
H150 - Phil Dyke - credits Retrograsser.
Dave Hill being presented by John ?
Class 2 Morris Minor. Taken at a meeting in 1978 at Shirenewton, (Penhow race meeting). 103F in the centre BS7 - Phil Goodenough. P9 - Garry Whitehouse. (This has been taken from a 1980's publication).
A story of Ken's career (shortened version).
Father and Son.
June - giving it a good go on the track.
PAC10 - loads of trophies.
PHD1 - credits Retrograsser.
Originally sent to Retrograsser. Credits Ian Fraser and Retrograsser.
Alan and John's first season of racing and the spoils of winning!
Slight damage to the wing - love the Capri in the background.
H26 - a nice neat Special.
H26 - a tidy line.
Richard Evans. John Gwynne and Geoff Dalley. Richard was the outgoing Chairman. I remember my Dad was Master of Ceremonies this year.
R228 - possibly Jim Richardson
SV15 - on the far side - in contention for a decent finish position.
Hereford Club - victorious Trophy winners.
C999 - another angle of this tidy Special.
A young keen racer. Jason Clark.
SV101 - Chris Tomlinson with SV100 Neil Jones and Jim Jones SV103.
A young Andy sits on the bonnet of Dad's car. Jim Jones SV103.
Margaret Jordan with colin Jordan on the Champions podium. Les Kellett - wrestler having presented the Trophies. Not sure if this is BH days or Evesham? Pat Grainger stood alongside Margaret.
C1 - another great race pic of Mick Morgan.
C1 Mick Morgan - love the miniature overalls.
C1 - another superb picture of Mogsy.
H71 - Andy Jones - son of Jim Jones SV103.
Young Amanda inspecting the car before Sunday's Race.
Class 6 mini of Andy Jones. H71
Jenny and Leo at Dinner and Dance. Ross.
SV103 - one engine shot!
SV103 - in action.
C90 Trevor Harris - leading R208 Martin Fernihough.
Kindly supplied by Steve Hartles in memory of his Dad John and his years of enjoyment of the sport.
A very early picture of one of Tony Liddiatts first racers - back in the day of the Goytre club. SV29 - over to the far right. thanks to Richard Evans for the information. Volkswagen based Special.
A keen photographer - this is an early picture of H10 (plus others) taken by Tony Baylis. C4 Peter Collins following Dave.
R30 and H49. Terry Bodley leading Martin Griffiths? From the collection of Tony Baylis.
From the collection of Tony Baylis. H49 Martin doing battle with Terry Bodley R30.
H150 - Phil Dyke. credits Tony Baylis.
B45H on the line with S20D - credits to Tony Baylis.
1975 - Radford Race track. credits Tony Baylis. Dave Fernihough R209.
Credits Tony Baylis.
6F - another black and white print taken from one of the Jalopy racing publications.
From a 1979 publication - profile of a driver.
Death announcement of Mike Lancett. November 2013.
H717 - John Trubloc Williams riding on the rear of his car. Eastnor Park September 1971.
A colourful line up including B44H and H717 - John Williams - taken at Eastnor Park September 1971.
CD19 - in flight. Paul Huggett collection
Gerald told me the story that he had had an accident in SV84 at the race meeting on the day previous and this was how the car looked for the following days racing - such was the desire to drive. SV84 mended but not quite pretty again.
At least 8 Firsts. Two trophies and additional prize cards adorn Gerald's Mini. Amazing that he drove such a large Jalopy but his road car was so small!
Gerald Rogers. unknown. June Millard. unknown. I beleive this to be Quedgley. A newspaper cutting was supplied by Penny Millard with the details on. Unsure of the year.
Andy Lee being presented with his Trophy by Brian Jenkins.
G22D Owen Price chasing Glynn Davies G103D.
G13D - Phil Kent.
Back Row: Mike Evans - Bredon Hill Club. Roger Wilesmith - Bredon Hill Club. John Orpin - Forest of Dean. Front Row: John Phipps - Stroud Club. Paul Bodenham - forest of Dean. Tony Smith - Gloucester and District. Roger Butwell - Bredon Hill club. Les Farman - Evesham and District.
A line up of Chairman - including John Phipps.
Left to Right: Ken Mason. David Field. Beryl Smith. Bob Pickering. Andy Rouse. Mrs F. Aldridge. Owen Price. Mary Lodge. Pete Murray (TV Presenter). Ann Burnham. Mike Fishpool. This was taken in 1968 at Park Hall Ballroom, Wormelow. Mary Lodge was Miss Jalopy Queen for 1968.
Teresa Price (Hooper). Mike Fishpool. Graham Hooper. Andy Lee. Pauline Kent. Penny Morris. Dennis Morris. Phil Kent. Graham Vaughan. Darren Byard. Karen Fishpool. Steven Fishpool.
Pete Bott raced this car throughout the 2000's seasons. It was known as 'The Beast'.
S34D - Dave Williams doing battle with Tommy Mills S10D.
G27D - Dennis Morris Special.
E19D - Lee Lebrun
From Keith Frasers collection. Roy McDonaugh and his wife Brenda. Martin Payton and Terry Saunders.
B144H - Terry Harber waiting to go out on the line with H717 John 'Trubloc' Williams in front. This was taken in Eastnor Park in about 1971.
This is a copy of the original Newspaper article that appeared in the paper in June 1964.
Alan doing battle with a Brisbane motor..
Terry Saunders H45 heads of Alan Thomas H15.
The Collins corner. H33 - John, H26 - Rob and H21 - Phil - amongst the Hereford boys.
BC69 - Bruce Campbell.
Dave Hill. Gerald Weaver and Brian Robbins. Three Hereford winners. Hanbury Nationals 1978.
Leo driving SV7 - in the very early days of racing.
SV1 - later sold to Dave Fernihough.
A colour pic of SV1.
Leo driving a larger version of SV1.
R104 - ready to go! Harry Tupman
C44 - Heulwen Brown. Terry's racer from his days in Cwmdu. Approx. 1972
Gerald Green. John Hall. Jane Jones. John Martin.
Gerald Green. John Hall 007F. Jane Jones 305F and John Martin 18F.
Paul Townsend. Eamon McGurk. Mrs McGurk. Dilys Townsend. Christine Powell and Cyril Powell. (Non racers)