Those TNF members not comatose after Xmas lunch may have seen news coverage if the current floods, including footage from the Byfleet Tesco store, with shots of the Brooklands banking.
Now Brooklands was so called for a good reason, with the River Wey passing through the middle of the site. Whilst clearly the banking was not at risk from errant waters, the infield, paddock, pits etc were on the level ground of the Wey flood plain.Were there any instance of racing being disrupted back in the days of Brooklands racing?
And how about other places? Has flooding ever been a disruptive factor?