21st July 2002
Colin Croxford, East Anglia DROC honcho, describes this day out for several members of the Dax Rush Owners Club.
“The day of the Annual Kimbolton Country Fayre duly arrives, and as one would expect, the weather looked decidedly dodgy.
The show was extremely well attended with I estimate 400 cars in attendance.
Lots of owners of classic cars were giving rides for charity, from Mini Cooper S (New one), to Ferraris and a spate of TVRs.
Lots of Joe publick were interested in the Rushes, one spectator even went home and ten minutes later turned up in a nice yellow supercharged Zetec Rush. Result! He was duly apprehended and we now have a new DROC member. A great day was had by all with the weather holding off with the sun coming out in sympathy.
We must make this event an annual thing. Great day out…bring the kids etc. All in the support of cancer relief.
My sincere thanks go to Richard (Boss) Pope, Paul Buckley, Chris Haywood, Steve Mellor and George (our new member) for coming all that way in their Rushes and sympathies to Stuart Woodruffe for having to turn up in his tin top.”