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The exploits of the Chinless family and Sir Arnold Grasp
Sir Arnold's racetrack
Nemandible Chase - Laid out in the grounds of Chinless Hall by Guy Chinless (19th Lord Chinless) the WW1 Fighter Ace and motoring enthusiast.Never a commercial success, the track was crippled by the Depression then taken over by the M.O.D. during the war.
Returned by the War Department in derelict condition The Chase is today a going concern - thanks entirely to Sir Arnold Grasp. Here the great man makes his entrance in his personal chopper, his wife Lady Lavinia Grasp-Chinless at his side, his daughter Isabelle in tow and his faithful minions - Lemuel Bleach, his PR, and Ms Thrash, his PA in close attendance.
Formula 1 Racing - all the thrills of Grand Prix, but on a working man's budget. It's where all the great drivers start. The cars line up in front of the Moet stand
A fast refuel with the fire team on hand just in case - It's Sir Arnold's winning formula, he provides the support while the contestants themselves provide the entertainment.
A team of dedicated petrol heads toil to get their baby back in the game - local TV's Desmond Spanner is there to stoke the drama.
King for a day - Sir Arnold presents the Lady Lavinia Trophy under the Bollinger Bridge.
Trackdays! Whether it's a Boxster or a bag of bolts you can be your own Clarkson for a day.
The Big Monsters line up at half-time to keep the public happy.
Another winner on the balcony of the Bollinger Bridge Bistro - capable of catering for every kind of party from Caviar and Krug to Chicken and Chips.
Sir Arnold consults with Salbot Ptomane, the genius behind the bistro, winner of the cordon sanitaire and a maestro of internationally unknown reputation. Dribble the Doberman takes the opportunity to keep Lemuel Bleach from over-heating.
Sir Arnold starts the final of the go-kart eliminator derby - another popular and affordable crowd puller.
Binky Twinge, Sir Arnold's personal pilot, arrives in the Bond Gyrocopter - another ingredient in the winning recipe.
Sir Arnold's greatest success, persuading the Tour D'Macclesfield to stage its speed trials stage at The Chase. Her the lead peloton close in on the yellow cardigan and blur past the Dom Perignon stand. There is talk that Sir Arnold may even start his own team.
Always alive to a profit, Sir Arnold has the produce of the nearby Chinless Hall estate on offer - just so the audience won't go empty handed when they need something to throw at the commentator - local journalist Desmond Spanner
Sir Arnold gets ready to start the Young Farmers' Quad Eliminator - always a popular pull with the county set.
The rear pits, a termite nest of frantic fanatics lost in their own greasy paradise. Above them can be seen the new fire safety and ventilation systems Sir Arnold installed to meet modern H&S.
Sir Arnold and Lady Lavinia find time to visit the creche - Sir Arnold sees The Chase as family entertainment. Today he is reprising his role as the Easter Bunny with surprise chocolate for all. The goodwill and publicity will more than cover the costs.
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