New Lansdowne racing class
By: Web Editor
Until now, the series has been the preserve of ‘GP’ machines – so Manx Nortons, AJS 7Rs, Matchless G50s – but this year there’ll be a new ‘Clubman Class’ ostensibly to encourage machines built for the Goodwood Revival pre-1954 class out more than once every two years.
So, if you’ve a Gold Star, a Triumph twin, a big Vincent or similar, this is the place to race. More information in the current issue of The Classic MotorCycle.
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