ALL LOBMBC EVENTS
ARE CURRENTLY CANCELLED
2021 UIM Circuit Racing Proposals
OSY.400 competitors should view item no. 34
2021 World Campionships
After the disappointment of the 2020 cancellation the L&OBMBC are extremely proud & excited to announce the UIM have today awarded us the 2021 World Championships for both the OSY400 & GT15 classes, the event will take place on Saturday the 18th & Sunday the 19th of July. We will also run a National Championship round for the ever growing CPA Formula Grand Prix class.
This is a fantastic opportunity yet again for our club & the BPBA/CPA reinforcing everyones intentions for a better future within the sport.
It’s with great sadness we have to announce the death of our club member and gate Marshal Jim Smith.
Jim was a lovely man who took his marshalling position and duties very seriously and will certainly be remembered by many for his mobility scooter “tow bar”!!!!
Our thoughts are with his family and friends.
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UPDATED: 23 October 2020
From the Photo Archive
The final plans have been completed for a major modernisation, extension and upgrade to our clubhouse.
As with everything this will be at a great expense but as you can all see from the drawings and pictures the end result will be fantastic for all!
Donations are welcomed and the payment details are shown on the attached photo, if you can offer any support it will be greatly appreciated, no matter how big or small anything will help!
Alan Darby testing the new 350cc British Anzani at Oulton Broad with Charles Harrison who developed the motor. Harrison was a previous holder of the World Outboard Speed Record in the 1930's.
Our Welsh speaking member John 'Taffy' Morgan in his Anzani powered hydro 'Wild Thing'. His daughter Alison would race juniors in the late 1980's.
Tomas Cesnys driving the Russian built Fort Boat in Formula 500. The rumour was that Tomas was planning to return to racing this year, but ......
Between 1986 and 2018 Tim Lewis raced in 10 different classes including various outboard hydros, monohulls and this 2 litre catamaran.
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