Sadly on the morning of 23rd June Quentin passed away after a short illness.
Quentin was a long term Morgan owner having purchased his first flat rad Plus 4 in the mid sixties.
Originally a member of London Centre he campaigned his Plus 4 in production car trials and occasional sprints and was later a founder member of South East Centre (Hopmog) when it was formed in 1974 and more recently of this centre since he and Ann moved to High Salvington outside Worthing.
As a student Quentin attended Chelsea Art College where he met Ann and after leaving college followed a career in travel and tourism including working for the Bulgarian Tourist Board and later lecturing in travel and tourism at Carshalton Tech.
With this detailed knowledge of the industry he and Ann organised all the highly successful Le Mans Classic trips from the first event in 2002 to the postponed 2020 event first for MSCC and since 2016 for Vinmog. He and Ann also organised trips to Vintage Montlhery, Alsace and the Alps, Giverny and Paris and many more.
Quentin was a legend the like of which we will never see again and will be missed by his many friends in the Morgan fraternity both here and overseas.
We offer our sincere condolences to Ann, Lucy and Matthew and their families at this time of their loss.
I for one have lost a very dear friend of over 40 years and will miss him terribly.