I was at a track day/driving experience thingy at Stafford lately. Of course, I was mostly moving large lumps of metal at high speeds, and it would have been inappropriate to drive a DSLR simultaneously, so the Art Director did most of the photography. I did manage to grab some camera time when corralled off the track …
You may disagree, but the grainy B+W suited my mood when I was driving this gorgeous car.
Of course, anything with more than 500 brake horsepower, and the ability to go from 0 to feck me before the first chicane, deserves a “Top Gear” filter.
There were other sorts of wheels near Stafford, such as those in the water mill closed in 1957. A memorial can be found near Victoria Park.