This just came through on my email, thought it would be worthwhile letting people know about. ---- Car club members are being encouraged to be part of this year’s exciting Thruxton Easter Revival meeting on 19-20 April. The special two-day event was established 12 months ago and harks back to the famous Easter race meetings of the late Sixties and Seventies when all the top drivers of the day would compete at the superfast Hampshire airfield circuit in front of huge holiday crowds. Back then racing legends – including world champions Graham Hill, Jackie Stewart and Jochen Rindt – would wow the packed spectator banks racing in iconic Formula 2, sports and saloon cars. Many of those historic racing machines will be back reliving that golden era. The Easter Revival features an action-packed programme including classic F2, F5000, Formula Junior, 70s Road Sports plus the opening rounds of the exciting new Super Touring Car Championship with lots of great nostalgic racing on both Saturday and Sunday afternoons. Keen to provide race fans with an evocative display of period classic cars, the organisers are offering free access for any car clubs eager to be part of the show. A special parking area is being created for classics within the circuit and up to six pairs of free tickets will be offered to clubs registering in advance with Andrew Franklin, General Manager at the Thruxton Motor Sport Centre.