Welcome To

Bourne Motor Racing Club

A Celebration of BRM - Tickets now available - Read More

Radical Sport and Racing Cars at November meeting - Read More

Latest Club News

Mail: enquiries@bournemotorclub.co.uk?subject=Bourne Motor Racing Club Enquiry

Let’s be Sociable…

Home    Calendar

About    Contact

© 2017 Bourne Motor Racing Club.

Based in Bourne, Lincolnshire - The Home of British Racing Motors

Follow us on |/BourneMotorClub|@BourneMotorClub

Home News Club Calendar About the Club Next Meeting Gallery Videos Membership Contact Us Links



BMRC: Photos and Results from the 2014 Show

Photos and Results from the 2014 Show

Posted by BMRC on Thursday, 26th June 2014

The ninth Bourne Classic Car & Bike Show, held on Sunday, 22nd June 2014, proved to be one of the best yet, with thousands of visitors throughout the day, and a record turnout of exhibiting vehicles. 


The sun was out as we welcomed the centrepiece to this year's show - a display of Ford Mustang's, assembed to commemorate 50 years of the car. These were joined by over 300 classic vehicles, some over 100 years old, and the sounds of the Wississippi Jazz Men set the tone for a relaxed and enjoyable atmosphere. Children were kept entertained by a traditional Punch & Judy show, and following on from the previous two year's, the St. Peter's Pool area of the Wellhead provided the perfect backdrop for the day's events. 


Prize winners from this year's show are listed below: 


  • Anglia Car Auctions Best in Class Pre-1950 - Entry 142, 1933 Morris Minor, owned by the Moorhouse family from Werrington. 
  • Anglia Car Auctions Best in Class 1951-1970 - Entry 024, 1960 Alvis TD21, owned by the Bennett family from Thurlby.
  • Anglia Car Auctions Best in Class Post-1970 - Entry 128,  1979 Ford Cortina Mk4 Ghia, owned by the Lindsey family from Whittlesey
  • Motorbike Best in Class Pre-1959 - Entry 234, 1948 Triumph Speed Twin, owned by the Login family from Spalding
  • Motorbike Best in Class Post-1960 - Entry  237, 1976 Honda 400 4, owned by the Phillips family from Clay Cross
  • Judges Choice - Norman Seggie Award for Car - Entry 054, 1962 Austin Healey 3000 Mark 2, owned by the Cowell family from Bridlington
  • Best Dressed Man - Entry 174, owner of 1947 Morris 8 Series - Mr. Smith from Tydd St. Mary
  • Best Dressed Lady - Entry 300, owner of MGA - Ms. Chambers from Ilkeston


Photos from the day can be seen below: