Wednesday, 4 August 2010

Le Puy Notre Dame Report 2010

A quick watercolour sketch of the Morgan Three Wheelers parked up at Le Chai De La Paleine
All packed up and ready to go.
Who said you couldn't get two three wheelers on one trailer!

My lovely wife Rowena and her Father Nick Taylor in the Paddock at Le Puy feeling very happy with themselves after getting through the rally on the previous day with no problems.
View of the paddock from the back of the Family.
Wow looks like those green t shirts were popular!
Amilcar parked up outside the bar on the first night.
A Nash in lovely condition parked up outside the track.
The ever useful Citroen H van.
Ravat bike with JAP engine. really love the styling on this bike.
New Map with a JAP motor
Monet Guyon
A small, belt-drive 2 stroke - very popular with the crowd!
This guy was really wrestling his Darmont Special through the chicane!
Jon Mattey, before his rear sprocket collapsed!

Gordon Naisby's MX4 SS that he has owned since 1949, driven in this demonstration by his son David.
Gary Caroline in his 1932 SS MX4

On the Sunday I met an amazing artist Jean-Marie Guivarc'h who was sketching in the paddock. His pen work was an inspiration to watch. If you want to see more of his work his website is:

I asked him if he did this professionally but he said "no just for fun". I'm pretty sure he must be an illustrator of some sort his work is too good to be just a hobby.

Nick Taylors 1924 Aero "The Black Pig"

Darmont Morgan

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