Many of the great and good from the late 1960s/early 70s halcyon days of Triumph’s experimental department gathered at the National Motor Museum late November 2013, to celebrate the launch of a new book, Triumph Experimental: Doug Hele and his development team 1962-1975...
Author Mick Duckworth and the man behind the project Norman Hyde (a veteran of the department) addressed the audience, which included Doug’s son Brendan, ex-Triumph men including John Walford, Bob Trigg and David Green, as well as racers Paul Smart, Percy Tait, John Cooper and Tony Jefferies, among many others.
Commented Mick: “I’ve known Norman was keen to do something about his old boss for years. I was pleased to do it. It’s been a very enjoyable experience, everybody made a coherent team.”
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