|The Brooklands 'Gold Star' winning Grindlay-Peerless 'Bill Lacey Replica'|
|The ex-Jeff Clew, ex-HC Lamacraft, ex-AC Perryman Velocette KTT Mk1...whose name will be next on this list of esteemed owners?|
|HC Lamacraft on is mkIV Velocette KTT on the Isle of Man|
|CWG 'Bill' Lacey on Aug 1, 1928, after setting a World's Record at 103mph for one hour on his 498cc Grindlay-Peerless JAP|
|Drive side of the ex-Tubb Gold Star winning Grindlay Peerless at the Brooklands Museum|
"I had a phone call from a Mr Tubb about a year and half ago telling me about his father’s Grindlay Peerless. As soon as they told me it was the one in the Brooklands Museum I knew the machine immediately. I went down to meet him and his brother at the garage their father (and, I believe, Grandfather) ran. They invited me to see their father’s personal garage - which was largely untouched since he’d passed away. On the shelf were a couple of dusty black binders. Inside the binders were pre-war Brooklands programmes - for the events he’d raced the Grindlay at! Complete with, in some cases, the entrance ticket and paddock pass. Then they handed me the below....can you imagine my reaction??"
|A genuine Brooklands 'Gold Star' won on the Grindlay-Peerless by EJ 'Boy' Tubb, for completing a racing lat at Brooklands at over 100mph average speed.|