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A very interesting story about the missing barriers. The official story from the council said that vandals got into the circuit over the night and loosen the nuts/bolts of the Armco barriers, hence the delays on Sunday morning for the F3000 practice.
But then as pieces of barriers are suppose...
That is very interesting, never knew that there was an open day so the people can wonder around the paddock area to have a gander at the cars.
I got very few photos from the 1975 and 1978 event and I would love to see some rare photos out there.
That's very interesting...! New information to me. I will have to ask around what is the Birmngham council's involvement with the event. I only know that the Birmingham council sponsored a race at Mallory Park in 1972(?)
Wonderful photos! I had problem opening the photo of the red F3000 car in the first post you made.
EDIT>> Ah you have edited your post.
So far I can see you went to 1987 and 1989 Birmingham Superprix. Could you tell me which of the photos was during practice or qualifying or the race. Maybe...
I am currently researching into the Birmingham Motoring Festivals that took place in 1970, 1972, 1975, 1978, 1980 and 1984.
Also I am looking into the important years of the Birmingham Superprix from 1986-1990.
Perhaps my website could jog some memories amongst you...
Maybe it is worth a look in my Birmingham Superprix website: https://forix.autosport.com/8w/bsp.html
I would like to make a new thread about the history of the Super Prix and allow people to contribute into the thread, which sub-forum is the best place for me to start?