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1912 Brooklands Calendar

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1912 January 29th. War Department Trials for Motor Cycles

1912 February 25th. Flying accident where Lieut. H. E. Watkins was injured.[1]

1912 March 27th. Race Meeting. BMCRC organised. First ever Cyclecar race.

1912 April 08th. Race Meeting. BARC organised.

1912 April 18th. Record Attempts

1912 April 20th. Race Meeting. BMCRC organised.

1912 May 01st. Race Meeting. BARC organised.

1912 May 03rd. Record Attempts

1912 May 11th. Race Meeting. BMCRC organised.

1912 May 17th. Record Attempts

1912 May 27th. Race Meeting. BARC organised.

1912 June 01st. Race Meeting. BMCRC organised.

1912 June 15th. Race Meeting. BARC organised.

1912 June 20th. Record Attempts

1912 July 06th. Race Meeting. MCC organised.

1912 July 10th. Record Attempts

1912 July 13th. Race Meeting. BARC organised.

1912 July 20th. Race Meeting. BMCRC organised.

1912 July 25th. Record Attempts

1912 July 27th. Race Meeting for clubs associated to the R.A.C.

1912 August 03rd. Race Meeting. BARC organised.

1912 August 24th. Record Attempts

1912 September 14th. Race Meeting. BMCRC organised.

1912 September 28th. Race Meeting. BARC organised.


1912. 13th May. Flying accident where E. V. B. Fisher and his passenger Victor Mason, a wealthy American, were both killed.[2]

1912. 3rd August. Flying accident where Lindsay Campbell was killed. [3]


See Also

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, Monday, Feb 26, 1912
  2. The Times, Tuesday, May 14, 1912
  3. The Times, Monday, Aug 05, 1912