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The third Jones Lang LaSalle Charitable Classic and Sports Car Reliability Run saw nearly 40 cars take part in the annual event.
Both drivers have suffered their fair share of misfortune this season, but have shown they have the pace to be among the podium finishers when boat reliability runs in their favour.
Up to 150 pre-1956 vintage and classic vehicles will be taking part in the 40th Beamish Safety and Reliability Run.
The plant will now be taken through a program of testing and optimization that will include tests of all start-up, operational, and shut-down modes at progressively higher power levels, followed by a reliability run to demonstrate system robustness under commercial operating conditions.
Previously known as Beamish Reliability Run, it is a recreation of the road trials of the early days of motoring, and traditionally takes place on the Sunday immediately preceding midsummer's day.
It's still possible to do that if I can get a good reliability run, but I'm going to need Mika and Michael to have reliability problems as well.
Gethin Chislett from JLL with Benjamin Hill and Matthew Hill from CP Bigwood and Simon Lea from JLL The newly-merged Birmingham offices of King Sturge and Jones Lang LaSalle joined forces with other commercial property professionals recently for the 2011 Charitable Classic and Sports Car Reliability Run, raising money for The Royal British Legion.
Mark and Joanne McLean, are among 112 drivers taking part in the Club Triumph Round Britain Reliability Run.