It took one visit as a tyke in the '20s to the Brooklands Motor Course for William Boddy to get hooked. It had been built in 1907 by a wealthy landowner and featured motor racing and motor-industry testing through to 1939, when World War II interrupted its glorious history and brought the sport - and the course - to a halt. For over 50 years, Boddy would edit the magazine Motor Sport, forever keeping Brooklands and racing in his heart. So moved by the motor course, Boddy wrote its definitive history that had been long out of print, until now.
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Bill Boddy was editor of MotorSport from 1934 for some 50 years. He first went to Brooklands Track in 1927 and was with Brooklands Track & Air for two and half years from 1931. Bill wrote five books about it, the last going to three editions and now in new MRP history and he also wrote for aviation magazines. He was employed by MAP at Farnborough for the duration of WW2, on Air Publications, and is still a regular contributor to MotorSport as its founder editor.
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