David's interest in them stems from his rediscovery of the white team car (19B) in June 2004. Following his unsuccessful attempts to persuade the owner to part company with 19B, and it’s temporary loan to the Brooklands Museum, David's attention focused on tracking down the red team car. He found that shortly after finishing the 1934 Relay Race, the red car was sold to the One Tree Motor Co, Huddersfield.
Their Sales Director, JD Middlebrook, raced it later that summer at Donington Park.
In May 1935, KV 5670 appeared at Green Bros in Leeds where it was purchased by Rex King-Clark. Later that month Rex traded in the Singer for an MG J4 at Allens Motor Mart in Bradford. The last recorded owner, George Sherwen, owned a garage on the same road as Allen Motor Mart. According to DVLA records, KV5670 is believed to have been scrapped in 1946.Inspired by Rex, the oldest surviving member of the BDRC and one of
fortunate to be included in the special display of Brooklands cars. Highlight of the day was the short sprint on the original Byfleet Banking, and John Cobb's 24-litre Napier-Railton pulling up behind him on his return to the club house enclosure!