June 14, 2010
Brooklands Motoring Festival a Great Success
Bugatti Beats All Comers in Double Twelve Competition
Riley Sprints to Top Honours on the Track
A 1926 Bugatti Type 35 which was sold to its first owner by Brooklands personality Malcolm Campbell made a triumphant return to the Birthplace of British Motorsport. It beat a strong field of immaculate classic cars to take overall first place in the Brooklands Double Twelve competition on Sunday for its current owner, Chris Jaques. And in a similarly nail-biting finish on the Mercedes-Benz World circuit next door, Pete Candy’s 1936 Riley Special “Super Rat” stole first place in the Brooklands Speed Trials by just 0.2 sec from Terry Crabb’s ERA R12C. The two competitions kept Read more
June 12, 2010
Medius, specialists in PR and Event Photography, and it’s sister company, High Level Photography, specialists in Low Level Aerial Photography from mobile masts were at Brooklands Museum on Saturday the 5th June 2010 to photograph some aspects of the Brooklands Double 12 Event.
Brooklands – the world’s first purpose-built motor racing circuit, constructed at Weybridge, Surrey in 1907 – was morethan a great sporting arena. Brooklands was the birthplace of British motorsport and aviation, home of Concorde and the site of many engineering and technological achievements throughout eight decades of the 20th century.
2010 sees The Brooklands Double Twelve returns, with Brooklands Museum Trust as the official organiser – and with all proceeds going to support the work of the Trust in preserving the legacy of Brooklands and inspiring future generations. Action on the Mercedes-Benz World circuit centred on Read more
May 8, 2010
March 31, 2010
Synergy Aviation, based at Fairoaks Airport in Surrey, UK has recently added a 2010 Beech King Air 200 GT (G-OMSV) aircraft to its fleet which brings the total King Air 200 fleet to four, all based in the London area.
This new arrival now makes Synergy Aviation one of the largest King Air operators in Europe
All of the aircraft are available for charter and have been fitted with the Raisbeck modifications allowing for greater performance.
Glen Heavens, MD of Synergy, commented “we are thrilled that the market is still thriving for King Air management and charter. Synergy continues to develop its expertise in relation to this aircraft type enabling us to offer greater capacity. Furthermore we have succeeded in gaining approval for RVSM capability allowing the King Air 200GTs to cruise at 35,000ft thus making it a seriously cost effective option for chartering domestically and into Europe”.
Synergy also welcomes Read more
March 19, 2010
Sandra Niehaus continues her series of great articles about the use of using photos effectively in websites.
This article continues a series of guidelines to help you with website image selection. Part 1, covered some general principles to consider. Part 2 discussed ways to use images to support your company’s brand. In this article she will discuss ways to deal with a tricky image element — the human face.
Using faces in photos on your website presents some unique challenges. I’ll group these challenges into two major groups for this article: “Faces draw attention” and Read more