I'm impressed. Wouldn't it be great to think that might be possible again someday? Sadly I fear not.
My own claim to fame was two meetings in a day. Not very impressive you might think, but this was as a sidecar passenger. I was just finishing competing a day on the grass at Ugley in Essex when I got the call from another driver to jump on with him at Brandon. Now, you should know that at this point in time (2003) I was fairly new as a competitor. I had, however, been following the Bees for over 30 years and I'd never had the chance to race there before. This was my "field of dreams". Suffice it say that I spent most of the journey back from Essex ringing all my family and friends to get them to come and see me.
The sad end is that although I continued racing for another 6 years, I never had another opportunity to race on the hallowed shale at Brandon. I've long since retired and my "field of dreams" is rusting away.
But hey, I crossed the fence. And for the first 48 years of my life, I never imagined that might happen. Not in my wildest dreams.
P.S. To keep this on subject, there ain't many that can say they raced at Ryan Sullivan's testimonial, at the showground.