A unique, record-breaking Triumph TR2 prototype sports car has been acquired by the British Motor Museum with £250,000 from the National Heritage Memorial Fund.
One of just three prototypes of the extremely successful 1953 Triumph TR2 model produced by the Standard Motor Company, it is the only one known to survive. In May 1953, during speed trials at Jabbeke in Belgium, this car reached a speed of almost 125 miles per hour, setting a record for a two-litre road car at that time. © Image courtesy of The British Motor Museum.
Concerns over the coronavirus spread has meant the cancellation of this year’s Engineering Education Scheme Wales competition finals for secondary school pupils.
Finals in north and south Wales this month have been pulled.
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This year’s F1 series is in chaos after the first four rounds have been hit by concerns over coronavirus.
The Australian GP was cancelled last weekend hours before first practice on thursday and following events are now in doubt due to isolation and government decrees and the first may be in Monaco in May.