It’s no secret that the entire family of British monarchs is constantly travelling with official and unofficial visits around the world. For each country, a certain car was chosen (in fact, some of them even travelled on yachts together with the Queen). It is not strange, because even Queen Elizabeth II in her younger years liked driving, and also during the Second World War was a military car mechanic.
Cars travelled with members of the royal family even to Czechoslovakia. It is worth noting that the royal family treats the choice of cars with special trepidation and stops only exclusive brands. It is about the history of the choice of vehicles by the royal family that we will talk about today.
Many of us have dreamt about owning that one special car since we were young, but unfortunately, now that we’re adults, it’s not always as easy as walking into a dealership, handing over the cash outright and picking up the keys.
If you haven’t given up on your dream, there are many other accessible ways that you can get your hands on that car – so here’s what you can do.
East Yorkshire is guaranteed a prominent presence at this year’s International Road Races, following the recent confirmation that Lee Johnston will lead the newly formed Ashcourt Racing teams challenge.
Alongside competing on S1000RR BMW’s at TT 2019, the North West 200 and Ulster Grand Prix, six times International road race winner Johnston will also pilot in the Supersport encounters at the International events Yamaha’s proven, hugely successful YZF-R6 steed.
Beverley racers, James Westmoreland (Dickies British Supersport Championship), Jordan Rushby (Pirelli National Superstock 1000 Championship), and Peter Founds (rider) (Knutsford) / Adam Christie (passenger) (Beverley) competed in the final rounds of 2018 in their respective championships around the Brands Hatch GP Circuit in Kent.
At the first weekend in June, T Sport Racing attended the third round of the British Truck Racing Championship at the high-speed circuit in Thruxton near Andover.
On early Friday morning, the team was among the first ones to be all set for a great race weekend on UK´s fastest circuit. Due to noise restrictions, however, neither they nor anyone else were able to practice or test their set-up until Saturday morning.