Grasstrack Racing at Belle Vue
Grasstrack Racing at Belle Vue

Below images from the February 25, 1928 North Manchester Motor Club Open Grasstrack Meeting

Above: "In a pea-soup fog N. H. Buckley on his Scott

"With a ring of acetylene flare-lamps splitting the darkness with flickering shafts of light, motor-cyclists competed in the first open grasstrack meeting at BelleVue....Rushing through the gloom at more than 60 mph. Langton, of Leeds, on a Scott machine, won the first motorcycle race run under artificial light in Britain

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