Send to Syracuse: Connaught Cars
- Date May 9, 2019
- Time 7:30p.m. - 7:30p.m.
- Suitable for Adults
Connaught Cars began life in a small garage in Send near Woking, Continental Autos, and went on to tackle the big boys of Formula One between 1952 and 1959 with drivers including Stirling Moss and Roy Salvadori. In 1955 Tony Brooks drove a Connaught to victory at Syracuse becoming the first British Driver in a British built car to win a Grand Prix since 1923.
Graham Rabagliati charts their story in his book "Send to Syracuse: The History of Connaught Cars" and will be telling us that amazing story tonight in person.
Doors 6pm for hot food and Members' Bar (Open to all)
Event starts at 7.30m in the Napier Room.
Parking on the Museum site outside of The Paddock , entry via the Brooklands Road Gate (marked JTI)
Non Member £7
Payment on the night.
To reserve your place please email [email protected] or phone 07880 670359