Events, General, News

Castle Combe Autumn Classsic Race Meeting – Sat 2nd Oct 2021

This popular annual classic race meeting will take place at Castle Combe racing circuit again this year.  In addition to a stunning selection of vintage and classic racing grids including a Frazer Nash-only race, a significant number of car clubs will attend.  The Bristol Owners’ Heritage Trust (BOHT) have space at the meeting for any… Continue reading Castle Combe Autumn Classsic Race Meeting – Sat 2nd Oct 2021

Cars, News, People

Arnolt-Bristols and Bill Watkins

Bob Schmitt regrets to inform us that Bill Watkins, who owned & raced four Arnolt-Bristols, passed away  on April 21.  He also started the Arnolt-Bristol register years ago.  Bill was a mechanical engineer, a pilot, and the designer of rides for Disney and other similar parks.  He shared his racing experiences with this: http://frazernash-usa.com/Bristol/RacingArnoltBristols.htm Bob's… Continue reading Arnolt-Bristols and Bill Watkins

Cars, General, History, News, Photos

Behind the scenes of the last days at Bristol Cars

https://www.instagram.com/p/CG1zIraFMhN/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link Here are just 3 of the 36 photos which you can see from the link below. Following a sale of the firm’s goods and assets, groups of volunteers from the Bristol Owners’ Heritage Trust and the Bristol Owners’ Club rescued original body bucks, parts and body panels from the company’s former headquarters in Windlesham.… Continue reading Behind the scenes of the last days at Bristol Cars

Cars, History, News, People, Technical, Videos

The Design and Development of the Bristol Fighter. A lecture by Toby Silverton

Now on the BOHT YouTube channel! https://youtu.be/ZlutaU4vGEc This lecture was given on 1 November 2009 at the Gaydon Heritage Motor Centre Museum by Toby Silverton, Chairman Bristol Cars. This is a description of the ideas and reasoning leading up to the design and development of the Bristol Fighter. It gives a fascinating insight into the… Continue reading The Design and Development of the Bristol Fighter. A lecture by Toby Silverton