The fact that no news has been emanating from the BSWR camp recently, may have lead you to think nothing was happen- ing but this couldn’t be further from the truth. The Organisers have been working very hard in the background to build on the success of the inaugural Bahamas Speed Week Revival. We are delighted not only to be able to confirm the dates for BSWR 2012 but also to announce that Sir Stirling Moss had such a good time at last year’s event that he and Lady Moss have asked to return. How could we refuse?
What a fantastic show you managed to put on! When I look back at it, I realise just what an achievement it was. I only hope you were able to cover your costs, because I am convinced that next year’s event, which I trust you will organise, will pay off, and you will show just how good a meeting can be in the Bahamas, if you have the right man at the helm.
Please say thanks to all your sponsors helpers, because they helped to lessen the problems that could have arisen.
Susie and I had a lovely time, and I hope that maybe I can be the Patron again next year, if we did a good enough job?
UK Event Director, David McLaughlin, is currently in Nassau finalising details of this year’s entry package. Most of the 2011 Partners have already committed to 2012, some even negotiating multi-year deals and there are still more ‘knocking on the door’. When he returns, we should be in a position to provide details of our 2012 package and the offering for Founder Entrants.
One thing that has already been decided is that this year’s entry will be limited to a maximum of 60 cars so if you haven’t already done so, please register your interest (without obligation) by emailing Entrant Co-ordinator Carol Mason at Carol Mason firstname.lastname@example.org. We will send you an entry pack, with all the information you will need, as soon as they become available and entries will be accepted on a first come, first served basis.