Norton chief guest of Bourne Motor Racing Club

BUSINESS: Proud to be keeping it British - Stuart Garner, CEO of Norton Motorcycles based at the Donington Park race circuit located on the Derbyshire / Leicestershire border; he is pictured in the pit lane with a Norton 961cc hand built bike. In recent years Stuart bought the production rights to Norton motorcycles and is now busy developing the new 15,000sq ft Norton factory at Donington Park to develop the Dreer-based machine, a 961cc motorbike with racing pedigree.  Pic by: RICHARD STANTON. Tel: (01432) 358215 / Mob: (07774) 286733. Email: Rich5@compuserve.com  All rights � 09/02/12.   www.stantonphotographic.com
BUSINESS: Proud to be keeping it British - Stuart Garner, CEO of Norton Motorcycles based at the Donington Park race circuit located on the Derbyshire / Leicestershire border; he is pictured in the pit lane with a Norton 961cc hand built bike. In recent years Stuart bought the production rights to Norton motorcycles and is now busy developing the new 15,000sq ft Norton factory at Donington Park to develop the Dreer-based machine, a 961cc motorbike with racing pedigree. Pic by: RICHARD STANTON. Tel: (01432) 358215 / Mob: (07774) 286733. Email: Rich5@compuserve.com All rights � 09/02/12. www.stantonphotographic.com
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Bourne Motor Racing Club will host an evening next month with Stuart Garner, CEO of Norton Motorcycles (UK).

Stuart will talk about ‘The Norton Story’ at Bourne Corn Exchange on February 9 and how he bought the brand, set up the factory in Castle Donington, the current range of bikes and the incredible Norton journey so far.

On display will be the new 200 brake horsepower V4 RR superbike.

Entry to the Norton night is free to BMRC members and £5 on the door to guests and visitors. Doors open at 7pm and Stuart will begin his presentation at 8pm.

For more info see www.bournemotorclub.co.uk.