On the grass lawn just west of one of the Grade II listed Victorian shelters near the Sackville Apartments is a rough-hewn red granite boulder marking the finishing line of the first international motor race meeting. The commemorative plaque reads: Finishing line – 1902. Commemorating Bexhill-on-Sea as the venue of the first international motor race meeting in Great Britain. Unveiled by Councillor Ivor A Brampton, Deputy Lieutenant of East Sussex, 28th September 1994. The boulder is similar in design to the one at the starting line (Trail location #4). A tubular sculpture of Leon Serpollet’s winning car may also be seen close by (Trail location #6). On the ground floor of the nearby Sackville bar and restaurant can be viewed a Motoring Heritage Gallery of photographs recording the 1902 and other races. More photographs may be seen at the Cooden Beach Hotel, Cooden Sea Road, Bexhill-on-Sea.