It seems quite far away from now, but the boys from Mk1 Performance Conversions have been busy organizing the 4th Action Day at Blyton Park yet. This time on Sunday April 30th. Oh - and there will be some recommended evening entertainment on the preceding night. All the 55 track places available have been booked, so no doubt there will be action, too.
What's more: the traditional Maximum Mini display won't disappoint either, with some exiting cars. At least two Unipower GT's will be seen (when they are not on the track), as will be Ian Shearer's very special Nimbus project car and an ultra rare Coldwell GT. I'm expecting a few early Mini Marcoses, too, and will bring over the Le Mans car myself! It's going to be the first time it will be on display since the 1967 Racing Car Show in London, where it was seen, too.
But the featured marque this year will be GTM in all its guises. From early Cox GTM to GTM Libra, with Heereys and Coupes in between. Cars include the ex-Cars and Car Conversions Cox racer, Stuart 'Turbocox' Poole's white Cox, Peter Skitt's Cox project and several others. 13 (!) are ready for the track, and several others will be on static display at the Maximum Mini stand. I think the fourth Action Day is bound to become a great show.