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Nearly 100 of Triumph’s iconic 70s sports cars converged on the British Motor Museum at Gaydon for the TR Drivers Club International Weekend which incorporated both the fifth TR8 National Day and the inaugural TR7 Sprint Day.  It was a huge success and we’re right there at the heart of the action as the top experts in their field take us around the myriad cars on display.  Rex Holford and Brian Ridley-Jones are our guides for the 40 TR8s present and Roy Hankins, Christopher Kenneth Smith and John Wood for the ultra rare, factory produced 16 valve TR7 Sprints.

From the earliest V8 TR7 prior to the cars becoming officially known as TR8 the history of this famous model is traced along a time line laid out for the National Day.  Six TR7 Sprints lined up for what has to be the biggest gathering since they were last together at the Canley factory.  The original TR7 Sprint development car is on show displaying many of the early TR7 traits unique to the 1974 and 1975 cars.

As well as the main displays TRDC Honorary President and TR7 Stylist, Harris Mann was a guest as well as Lucas TR8 EFI Development Engineer, Albert Tingey and also Triumph Stylist John Ashford who designed the ‘Sprint’ stripes that later went on to adorn the black and gold special edition TR7 Premium.  There was also a big turn out of general TR7s thereby ensuring that this DVD is a memorable record for Triumph wedge enthusiasts to savour and enjoy again and again.