Of the many great images taken at this year’s Lotus Festival, this striking Evora S with an equally eye-catching Lotus 110 on it’s roof was irresistable. Both owned by TLF member TomE, The Lotus 110 is the road-racing version of Chris Boardman’s iconic 1992 Olympic Gold winning track bike (the Lotus 108). This was the rider and bike combination that kick-started an unprecedented era of British cycling success, so many cyclists would probably recognise the bike long before the car!

Taken and kindly shared with us by PoTM regular Malcolm Feth, it captures one of the many unforgettable sights you get to see at the Brands Hatch Festival every year. With another fantastic turn-out of classic and modern Lotus cars this year, it really is a highlight of the calendar for any true petrolhead. Here’s hoping we get to see a few more of you, as well as images like this, next year.

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