|Machine||1968 Marsh 4 Racing Prototype, 1992 Ex-Works Duckhams QXR Norton Rotary|
|Rider||James Hewing (NMM) & Wesley Wall (NMM)|
|Event||Brackley Festival of Motorcycling, Brackley, Northamptonshire|
|Mechanics||Wesley Wall / Kyle Wall (NMM)|
One of the highlights of the Brackley Festival of Motorcycling is the high street short circuit where the local council allow the organisers to close the road and run the bikes up and down the town’s main street.
Visitors get to see, hear, and smell many different race machines as they are demonstrated on the high street loop. Team National Motorcycle Museum Racing is pleased to support the event by demonstrating a variety of machines from our race inventory. Race fans can also enjoy the fabulous, rich smell of classic 2 stroke GP bikes, feel the thunder of a modern race bike accelerating & see some of the rarest race bikes from all forms of motorcycle sport.
You can also see our temporary “pop up museum” in the trade area of the event where you will also be able to purchase a raffle ticket to win a fabulous 1960 BSA Goldstar 500cc motorcycle in our summer 2017 prize draw.
See www.brackleyfestivalofmotorcycling.co.uk for more event details.
Team National Motorcycle Museum Racing is Sponsored by
Racing partner for the Museums inventory of ex-works Norton Rotary machines. Brian Crighton is also chief engineer & crew chief for Team National Motorcycle Museum Racing.