Seven Fifty Motor Club: The Birthplace of Modern British Motorsport

This is the story of one of British motorsport’s best-kept secrets – the Seven Fifty Motor Club. Founded in 1939 to cater for motorsport enthusiasts with 750cc motor cars, mainly Austin Sevens, the club blossomed post-war by providing ideal entry-level motorsport, giving birth to famous designer/builders like Colin Chapman of Lotus and Eric Broadley of Lola. On its 70th anniversary the club continues to thrive and fertile minds still create intriguing home-built specials. This fascinating book celebrates a cherished part of British motorsport.