The 750 Motor Club was formed in 1939 on an idea of Bill Boddy's to promote low cost motor sport for impecunious Austin Seven owners. Read more below the table...

Stephen Lloyd 1938-2019

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Stephen lived his life to the full and never regretted one minute of it. All our lives have been made richer by his friendship.

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Stephen Lloyd's grandson is running in the London Marathon on October 3rd in aid of Princess Alice Hospice in memory of his grandfather and the event was due to have taken place last year. If any members feel that they wish to support the cause they can make an on line donation here
WHAT'S NEW

last updated 08.06.2021

Latest updates to the website:

• 2021 Program of Events ****** here

• Beaulieu 58th National Rally details available ****** here

• FBHVC Drive It Day 25th April 2021 ****** here

• Ian Nelson honoured by 750 Motor Club ****** here

• 2021 events programme updated ****** here

• Two obituaries added ****** here

• 2021 events programme added ****** here

• Three historic epic jouneys added ****** here

• Little car stories added ****** here

• Post Lockdown Luncheon report updated ****** here

• CoviDont Drive It Day 2020 report ****** here

• August 27th - Club Events Programme updated ****** here

As of 21st March, all Brooklands Centre organised events are indefinitely postponed or cancelled - more detail  here

• Broolands Brittany Break-Away details now available ****** here

• Cobham Trial 2020 regulations now available ****** here

• Spring Walk details added and *** August Club Night now on preceding Sunday *** here

One of the reasons for creating the club was the demise of class H racing for 750cc cars – the lowest division was to include cars up to 1100cc. Hence Bill Boddy felt the need for a '750' club. Bill was still the club's president until his recent death on 8th July 2011 and the club now runs about 12 different racing formulae (including Austin Sevens), sporting car trials and, most importantly in this context, it is the oldest Austin Seven club. A7 activities include races, trials, autotests, rallies, runs and overseas adventures.

The club is geographically split into centres around the country, some specialising in one or more of the club's activities and our Brooklands Centre is one of the more active 'Austin Seven' centres. We annually run a full calendar of very varied events for A7s and invite other clubs to join in.

The Austin Seven Trial at Cobham every April sees many VSCC (Vintage Sports Car Club) A7 competitors taking part. The Centre set a standard of exciting events for Austin 7s by organising a series of major continental runs starting with a run to Monte Carlo with 42 Sevens in 1974. Then came San Marino in 76, Andorra in 78 and back to Monte Carlo in 1980. The last of this style of event was to Leichtenstein in 1984. Since then others have taken up the baton and organised splendid events – for example Ken Cooke’s Eurotours – enthusiastically taken up by Austineers from many clubs. For the last dozen years or so the Centre has put on continental motoring "holidays" organised by Robin Gray and has included trips to France (Brittany), northern Spain, Norway and Germany.