Tag Archives: Classic Bike Racing

Alf Hagon

Known throughout the drag world as “The Master” there is so much more to Alf Hagon than first meets the eye. A quiet, unassuming man who could easily be mistaken for the store man within his shock absorber and wheel building factory rather than the resourceful and inventive engineer that he undoubtedly is, Alf has excelled at virtually everything he has ever undertaken.


Steve Baker

Race he did however and the 1979 match races once again saw Baker take to the line this time on a purely privateer bike. While he rode very well as part of the American team, finishing all six races in the points and riding to a stunning fourth place at Mallory, behind on form John Newbold, Sheene and American Mike Baldwin, he was badly let down by machine preparation and this was not a true indication of his abilities.


British Historic Racing 2012 Championship Results, Cadwell Park

>”Like father, like Son”- Richard Molnar clocked up three wins and father Andy four in BHR’s final meeting of the year at Cadwell Park. The Molnar’s were not the only serial winners. There were outstanding performances by Nigel Palmer with 8 wins in the Lacey Ducati Championship, the second of Saturday’s Classic Racer Magazine BEARS races and then two wins in Sunday’s Morris Lubricants Championship races!


The Frosts National Brighton Speed Trials Saturday 8th September 2012

It’s nearly that time again; the second Saturday in September, the day the VMCC Sprint Section makes its annual pilgrimage to the South Coast (to be precise Madeira Drive, Brighton) for the longest running speed event for both motor cycles and motor cars – the Frosts National Brighton Speed Trials. We the Sprint Section would like to take this opportunity to thank Brighton and Hove Motor Club for their invite to organise the motorcycle entry to this prestigious event.