Brooklands is the birthplace of British motorsport and aviation and home of Concorde, the spirit of Brooklands lives on at Brooklands Museum.
As the world's first purpose-built motor racing circuit, Brooklands was constructed in Weybridge, Surrey in 1907, and saw its heyday in the roaring, soaring 20s and 30s when dramatic speed record-breaking attempts were made by daredevil drivers. It hosted the first British Grand Prix. It was at Brooklands that A.V. Roe made pioneering powered flight trials with his first full-size aeroplane in 1908; here that Tommy Sopwith developed and flew the Sopwith Pup and Camel; and here too that the Hawker Hurricane and Vickers Wellington were built before and during World War Two. Renowned engineer, designer and inventor, Sir Barnes Wallis spent almost four decades working at Brooklands - most notably on the Wellington bomber and the ‘bouncing’ bomb. He also successfully developed the Tallboy and Grand Slam ‘earthquake’ bombs, the largest conventional bombs used in the war.
The Graphic Agenda was invited to design their new 52 page bi-monthly magazine. Each edition has feature articles on all aspects of the Museum and its history, it also has all the latest Museum news and updates along with reviews of events. The magazine carries advertisements from leading companies including Aston Martin, Rolls Royce, Exxon Mobil, Mercedes Benz, JTI, BAE Systems and many more.
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