Poetry in motion


On An Overgrown Path does not have a message, so no apologies for this post being off-message. There are family connections to Formula One which continue to this day, and the photos were taken by me in the workshop of Classic Team Lotus in Hethel, which is a short distance from where we live in Norfolk. A past post told how the 1961 Formula 1 world champion American Phil Hill listened to Bártok's string quartets and Shostakovich's Fifth Symphony on a Concertone reel-to-reel tape player in between races.


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Comments

kenpat said…
As a music lover and sim racer it was nice to see a combo of two of my interests on your blog. Lotus being the team of my all time driving hero Jim Clark.
Great pics as well.

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