CooperWorld Magazine

CooperWorld is the monthly magazine of the Mini Cooper Register

Produced in full colour and packed with Mini Cooper information, this is essential reading for Mini enthusiasts.

Editorial - September 2023 issue I am pleased to say that we have now finally found a new Registrar for the First Generation MINI Register. And the individual that has been appointed to the position is Daniel Pellant. So, firstly, I would like to thank Daniel for putting himself forward for the position and, secondly, to wish him well in the registrar’s role. David Hucker has submitted a report on the BMC & Leyland car show which took place at the British Motor Museum in Gaydon. I was at the show too and I particularly wanted to see the display of ex-Works and other Minis with competition histories or connections which David had amassed, along with those cars which David Scothorn had garnered from members of the HMRG (Historic Marathon Rally Group) to make for a great display. James Jenkins has sent in the next instalment of his Mini racing journey article series which I always look forward to reading. James has come a long way on his racing journey I have to say and in a relatively short period of time. He has done so well with such a small team consisting predominantly of him and his Dad! Once you have finished reading James’ article there are two other members’ articles which you might find interesting to read too. Coincidentally, both articles have been written by two of our younger club members. The first article is from Andrew Mackinnon and Andrew writes about the story of his 1994 Rover Mini chronicling how he acquired it and restored it. Not only that, but he has gone on to do a whole lot more with his car than just showing it. The second article is from Sam Brightman and Sam looks back to his childhood days where his love of Minis was born and how it grew to now owning his childhood dream car, a MINI Cooper S Convertible. Paul Paul Sulma  - Editor CooperWorld        

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