Goodwood Breakfast Club


1st May was Supercar Sunday at the Goodwood Racing Circuit. The first Breakfast Club of 2022.

Here are a few snaps that I took on my phone.

Ferrari
Ultima Can-Am
2015 Chevrolet 6.2l
1991 Ferrari Testarossa 4.9l
Detomaso Pantera
2013 Maclaren MP4-12C
1972 Detomaso Pantera 5.8l
Detomaso Pantera
2011 Mercedes 6.2l
1981 Delorean 2.8l
Lamborghini
Ferrari
2006 Lamborghini 4.9l & 2016 Aston Martin 4.7l
Ferrari – Just enough space for a picnic basket
Ferrari
Ferrari Power
2003 Ronart Lightning 4.6ll
Ronart Lightning
Lamborghini Power
Lamborghini
Ronart Lightning

The World of F1 Bids Farewell To The “Prof”


On September 12th, at the age of 84, Sid Watkins, the world-renowned neurosurgeon has died after suffering a heart attack.

The world of motor sport and in particular  Formula One bids farewell to the former medical delegate.

Watkins was the on-track surgeon for 26 years from 1978 through to 2004, with his crusade to improve medical facilities in Formula One helping to dramatically cut the number of deaths and serious injuries in the sport
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/formulaone/article-2202554/Sid-Watkins-dies-tributes-pour-F1-surgeon.html#ixzz26MdVppLI

Following Watkins retirement Max Mosley said

Professor Watkins has made a unique contribution to improving the standards of safety and medical intervention throughout motor sport.

Many drivers probably owe their lives to the Prof, both to his efforts as a first responder on the circuits and to the improvements that he instigated. Amongst those he helped to save are Gerhard Berger, Martin Donnelly, Érik Comas, Mika Häkkinen, Rubens Barrichello and Karl Wendlinger.

Watkins was married with six children and my thoughts are with his family.

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