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Brighton Speed Trials - 5 September 2015

Brighton, England

The Brighton National Speed Trials is commonly held to be the oldest running motor race. The first race was held 19–22 July 1905 after Sir Harry Preston persuaded Brighton town council to tarmac the surface of the road adjacent to the beach between the Palace Pier and Black Rock to hold motor racing events. In 1936 Motor Sport described the event as: "undoubtedly the most important speed-trials on the British Calendar.



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