Morgan SuperSports to Montlhery
Henry Catchpole drives Morgan's new Aero SuperSports roadster to France's unknown circuit
Morgan's new Aero SuperSports is an open-top version of the fabulous (if slightly mad) Aeromax. It boasts the same chassis and identical 362bhp BMW-sourced 4.8-litre V8 engine, albeit with the added bonus of open air with which to enjoy its unique noise in a more theatrical manner.
Our Henry decided to take it on a proper adventure to Montlhery, France's little-known banked circuit that played host to Morgan speed records in the 1920s.
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