A special 60th anniversary talk at the Heritage Centre
Thursday July 13th 2017 at 7.30pm
Did you know that Maidenhead was home to the Vanwall racing team, started by Tony Vandervell who was fed up with “those bloody red cars” (Ferrari) always winning Grand Prix races. 60 years ago, at the height of Vanwall’s success, local boy Stirling Moss became the first British driver to win the British Grand Prix driving a British car. Vanwall enthusiast Robert Cooper tells the Vanwall story of triumph and tragedy in this special anniversary lecture. Tickets £8 in aid of Heritage Centre funds. Advance booking recommended 01628 780555.