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Shuttleworth Airshow: Race Day

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So here it is, the official end of the 2018 airshow season in the UK and while it may not have 19 Spitfires, this one is still pretty special, particularly as it marks Peter Teichman's final public air display as he steps down as chief pilot at the Hangar 11 Collection.

With emphasis on Air Racing and civilian aircraft, the show line up looks like this;

  • North American TF-51D Mustang
  • Spitfire PL983 ‘L’
  • Spartan Executive
  • LeVier Cosmic Wind
  • Taylor Titch
  • Midget Mustang
  • Druine D.31 Turbulent
  • Miles Messenger
  • Kings cup winning Bulldog
  • Pitts: x6
  • Slingsby T.13 Petrel
  • Slingsby Falcon glider
  • Grob Viking T1
  • Aviat Husky
  • Mew Gull: G-HEKL
  • Travel Air Type R Mystery Ship
  • Comper Swift: G-LCGL
  • Comper Swift: G-ECTF
  • Chilton: G-JUJU
  • Chilton: G-DWCB (static)
  • Blackburn B2
  • Miles Hawk Speed Six
  • DH60X Moth
  • Southern Martlet
  • Hawker Sea Hurricane 1B
  • DH60 Cirrus Moth
  • DH82a Tiger Moth
  • Miles Magister
  • DHC Chipmunk T.22
  • DH88 Comet
  • Percival Mew Gull
  • Comper Swift
  • Sopwith Camel
  • Avro 504K
  • Sopwith Dove
  • Bristol M1C
  • Supermarine Spitfire Mk Vc
  • Desoutter I
  • Bristol Boxkite
  • Blackburn Monoplane Type ‘D’
  • Deperdussin

In addition to the planes, the following cars and bikes are also taking part;

  • Berliet/Curtiss 2 seat racing
  • Riley 12/4 special
  • Morgan Super sports
  • Austin Ten
  • Railton LST Special
  • Austin Seven
  • Frazer Nash TT Rep
  • Austin 7 Blackburne
  • Mors Curtiss
  • Austin 7 Works Racer
  • Delage Type X coupe Del L’Auto
  • MG 18/80 MK1 Speed model
  • Talbot 90 Brooklands Rep
  • Pope Toledo
  • Gordon Bennett Racer
  • Austin 7 Pearl
  • Vauxhall 30-98
  • Crossley 20 hp Works competition car
  • Austin 12/6
  • MG J Type
  • Ford T ‘Rajo’
  • Swift Anzani special
  • Vauxhall 16-20 A Type
  • Riley TT Sprite
  • Austin 7 Nippy
  • Wolseley Hornet special
  • Studebaker Light Six
  • BSA 3 Wheeler
  • Sunbeam Tourist trophy
  • Sunbeam 16/20 sports
  • Austin 7 Ulster
  • Fiat 5015
  • Wolseley 16/20
  • Austin 7 Single Seat
  • Rolls Royce 20 HP
  • Austin Ten Lichfield Saloon
  • Lea-Francis 14hp Estate
  • Austin 7 opal
  • Aston Martin 2 litre speed model
  • Standard 9 Deluxe
  • Wolseley 14/60
  • Singer nine Lemans Sports
  • Morris Oxford Tourer
  • Lea Francis P Type 12/40
  • Chevrolet Series K Tourer
  • Morris Eight (series 1)
  • Morris Minor
  • Morris Eight (pre series)
  • MG PA
  • Rolls Royce 20 HP
  • Chevrolet AB Tourer
  • Morgan Super aero ben hicks special
  • BSA S23 500cc sport
  • E.S Lightweight motorcycle
  • AJW Flying Fox
  • Triumph CSD x2
  • Sunbeam 9
  • Brooklands Douglas
  • Bayley/Cole sprinter
  • Scott, Flying Squirrel
  • Rex acme TT 350
  • Sunbeam Longstroke 250cc
  • BSA S26 4.93
  • Raleigh MH30
  • Norton 18 500cc
  • Bradbury 3 speed v twin
  • BSA Empire star
  • Sunbeam Model 9
  • Douglas 2 3/4
  • Raleigh Mago
  • Royal Enfield 200

With good weather forecast, this should be excellent!

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We did! Great day out and the weather was brilliant, So much so in fact that the earliest airworthy aircraft in the collection were able to fly. Namely, the Bristol Boxkite (a replica but still dates back to 1924!), the 103 year old Bristol Monoplane (the oldest airworthy British-built aircraft in the world) and the 108 year old Depardussin! (And those two are the genuine articles).

Add to that, Spits (PRXI and Vc), TF-51 and Sea Hurricane, a host of civilian air racing types including the DH.88 Comet 'Grosvenor House' and the Travel Air Mystery Ship plus loads of cool cars and bikes.

Thanks to Chris, Sarah and her parents for being great company for the day.

One or two photos to follow.

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2 hours ago, Jabo said:

One or two photos to follow.

Goody, goody.:goodjob:

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It was a totally splendid day for sure, thanks Nick for your wonderful company as always mate.

Looking forward to seeing the pics!

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