ALL LOBMBC EVENTS
ARE CURRENTLY CANCELLED
CPA Bulletin MAY
Members & suppporters
Please see the attached CPA Bulletin relating to the latest postponement of racing activities in the UK.
The CPA board will regroup again in early June to make a decision if any racing will be able to take place in 2020.
Again we hope you & your families are all safe & well.
Gala Day Cancelled
The Lowestoft branch of the Lions Club have cancelled their Gala Day on the park on August Bank Holiday Monday.
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UPDATED: 26 May 2020
All images featured on this website used with permission from our supportive photographers :
New additions to the Photo Archive
Peter Rix probably holds the record for the owning the largest number of different racing craft in a career which spanned 1974 to 2018. This Konig proprider is from 1985.
In 1993 Jerry Peachment briefly raced in the superb Formula 3 category before moving on to the Formula 2 category.
3rd generation racer Alan Sabberton in one of the many inboard racing craft which were usually Chevrolet powered. For several years the Wroxham driver has been working on a world water speed record attempt project.
Hopefully everyone is keeping safe and well during these challenging times.
Here’s something to look forward to when we eventually start racing again.....
Over the past few years our competitor numbers have continued to grow in all classes, something we are very proud of. The spectators favourite class is often claimed to be the exciting Formula 2’s, it’s with pleasure that we can announce currently we have the following drivers as club members raring to go......
Scott Curtis • Sam Whittle • Brett Croxson • Richard Grant • Robin Stoddard
Alex Warren • Carl Wigg • Ray Birnie • Bimba Sjoholm • Leon Wigg • Colin Stewart
What an impressive line up !
Son of the founder of Lotus Cars, Clive Chapman won the British Junior Championship in 1977 before graduating to the NE monohull class. His father would often fly his helicopter into Everitts Park on race nights and was Patron of the LOBMBC at the time of his death in 1982. Clive now operates Classic Team Lotus at Hethel.
Photo Credit: PJB Photography