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Grace's Guide is the leading source of historical information on industry and manufacturing in Britain. This web publication contains 147,919 pages of information and 233,587 images on early companies, their products and the people who designed and built them.

1909 Brooklands Calendar

From Graces Guide

Note: This is a sub-section of Brooklands Calendars

1909 March. Opened new test hill at the side of the member's enclosure.[1][2]

1909 April 10/12th. Easter Race Meeting

1909 April 22nd. BMCRC Race Meeting. First BMCRC race meeting.

1909 April 30th Intervarsity motor cycle race meeting held.

1909 May 19th. BMCRC Race Meeting. Second BMCRC race meeting.

1909 May 29th/31st. Whitsun Race Meeting. Includes BARC motor cycle races.

1909 June 16th. BMCRC Race Meeting. Third BMCRC race meeting.

1909 June 30th. Race Meeting. Includes BARC motor cycle races.

1909 July 10th. Race Meeting

1909 July 14th. BMCRC Race Meeting. Fourth BMCRC race meeting.

1909 July 31st. Race Meeting. Includes BARC motor cycle races.

1909 August 18th. BMCRC Race Meeting. Fifth BMCRC race meeting.

1909 October 6th. Race Meeting. Includes BARC motor cycle races.

1909 October 9th. BMCRC Race Meeting. Sixth BMCRC race meeting.

1909 October 16th. MCC Race Meeting.

1909 October/November. Louis Paulhan makes demonstration flights.[3][4]

1909 8th November. Victor Hemery sets new records.[5][6]

1909 November 11th. Frank McNab takes 100-mile and 2-hour motor cycle records.

1909 November 15th. Guy Lee Evans takes 50-mile, 100-mile and 2-hour motor cycle records.

1909 November 22nd. Harry Martin assisted by Frank Dayrell take the Class E (1,000 cc) 3-hour motor cycle record.

1909 November 24th. Oliver Godfrey takes Class C. (500 cc) one-hour record.

1909 21st December. Race between Vauxhall and Star cars which the former won.[7]

See Also

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Sources of Information

  1. Automotor Journal 1909/03/20 p350
  2. The Times, Saturday, Apr 10, 1909
  3. The Times Saturday, Oct 30, 1909
  4. The Times, Monday, Nov 01, 1909
  5. The Times, Tuesday, Nov 09, 1909
  6. The Times, Wednesday, Nov 10, 1909
  7. The Times, Wednesday, Dec 22, 1909