Tomorrow is the final day to sign the ePetition to save The Brighton Speed Trials. An event that’s been running since 1905. It’s one of Brighton’s biggest events that attracts thousands of visitors a year. Last years event was cancelled by Brighton and Hove City Council following the death in 2012 of co-rider Charlotte Tagg. The organisers still fear it could be cancelled in 2014. They need your help and support!
The Brighton and Hove Motor Club organise the Brighton Speed Trials. It’s a unique event where competitors can bring their vehicles of all classes down to Madeira Drive on the coast – to set the fastest time over quarter of a mile. It’s the best time to see supercars, motorbikes, three-wheeled motorbikes and tuned escorts alike give it the full beans. The noise is worth it all!
12,247 people have signed this ePetition – DEADLINE 23/01/2014
Brighton Speed Trials 2011, 10.65 secs 134mph
This is the official press release by www.savebrightonspeedtrials.com.
We need your help to save The Brighton Speed Trials. Brighton and Hove Council is trying to block this annual event that has been running on Brighton Seafront for over 100 years. Sign our petition and add your support to the campaign.
The Speed Trials is the longest running motorsport event in the UK and is a world-famous action packed sprint. Thousands of people come down for an entertaining fun-packed day out for the whole family to watch some of the UK’s best race cars and motor bikes compete along Madeira Drive.
Over two hundred cars and motor bikes line up to take a timed run including road cars, race cars and drag bikes who compete to win the fastest in their class. A top six run-off to find the fastest car and bike brings the day to a dramatic close.