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The Difference is Dreadnought Racing

May 4, 2011 by

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Over time, Scotland has given us many good things; Sean Connery, whisky, Billy Connolly, whisky, shortbread, the Fourth rail Bridge, John Logie Baird and did I mention whisky? But now there is one more good thing to add to the list, something that has been around since 1984, something that will put a coat hanger […]

MG Owners: Where do you go from here?

May 2, 2011 by

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With the demise of Mg Rover in 2005, it put into perspective what other cars are around for the same value and looks when searching for a new car to replace the one you have, it feels surreal to know that there may not be any chance of getting another true MG-Rover product anymore, until […]

Record turnout at Brooklands

April 14, 2011 by

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Over 70 V8’s storm Weybridge to witness the biggest ever MG Era Day Crowds amass to see the modern MG’s ascend Test Hill A growing group of MG enthusiasts held their biggest event yet at Brooklands Museum on Saturday. The Two-Sixties, a five year-old group of  over 400 MG  ZT 260 owners, celebrated the arrival […]

Review: MG Era Day 2011

April 11, 2011 by

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If you have been to Brooklands in Surrey, the old racing circuit where many a thrilling race has occurred, you will know that it’s a lovely venue to show off  cars and visit the museum packed full of historical vehicles, planes and such. The Two-Sixties had its annual official get together last week where 73 […]