The Cumberland Sporting Car Club, organisers of the Pirelli International Rally, have had a major shake-up to their organising team with the long-standing Chairman, Brian Kinghorn, standing down, along with the club’s Treasurer Chris Walker and committee members David Love and Brian Davidson while Jonathon Lord also departs after 20 years exemplary service. Together, they have given well over 150 years of loyal support to the club’s major event with Brian, in particular, a key element in the rallies long-standing relationship with Pirelli.
Paying tribute to the retiring committee members valuable input over many years, the committee’s longest-serving member, Ed Graham, said “This is a really sad day for the Cumberland Sporting Car Club as all those departing have become not only valued colleagues but also close friends and we will miss their expertise and vast experience greatly. We hope that we can still call upon them, in particular, Brian for advice and guidance as they have a wealth of knowledge concerning the running of the event which we will continue to rely on when necessary”.Read More
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