Junior Car Club, High Speed Trial

Junior Car Club, High Speed Trial, July 4, 1931

Organized by the Junior Car Club the High-Speed Reliability Trial was held at Brooklands on July 4, 1931. There is a minimum speed for each class of car, and reliability over a determined distance is the test. Cars use part of the track, turn off into the paddock road, then follow a road circuit down the steep test hill onto the track again. Most competitors turn the event into an unofficial race, and the hairpin bend always produces some lurid skidding.