Updated: Apr 7, 2019
Another fantastic morning and early afternoon at Dunsfold Aerodrome, home of BBC’s Top Gear. First on the starting grid was Alfie Luck, from Chiddingfold, who is at Moore HOuse School in Frensham. Alfie who had never driven before had a cracking drive, overcoming those early nerves, to be comfortably driving around the track, getting through the gears and controlling the car. Second on the grid was Chloe Heather from Lindford and at St Edmunds school at Hindhead. Chloe loves cars and driving, and was back for a second drive. Chloe picked up from where she left off, with a superb drive and incredible control of the car. Third up was my god daughter, Rebecca Perkin, who came all the way down from Banbury. Rebecca was convinced she was going to stall, or at least that’s what her dad said. Needless to say, by the end of the two hours, with no stall in sight, Rebecca was driving dad Ian around the track confidently, and joking she would drive her dad hone up the M25 and M40. All three drivers mastered the driving of the car with smiles on their faces, well done all of you!