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Old 30 Jun 2017, 16:30 (Ref:3747998)   #16
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How come a Mallock is eligible?
Andy, it is a road legal sports car, from memory, one of three, built in the
late 1960s. Powered by Ford 1600 CF. Photo:
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Interesting. I knew a couple of road legal mallocks existed but thought they were "private" ventures, although I'm sure I read an interview with "the major" many, many years ago when he said he regretted not doing a 7 esque car for the road. The picture you have shown could have made a fabulous alternative to the Caterhams of the time.
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2nd July 2017

Alastair Baptie, Fiat X1/9,extended his championship lead after two class wins at a poorly supported meeting. Several drivers were absent due to mechanical problems, holidays etc. Crowd numbers were noticeably less than at the previous event.

Despite the small entry, there was close racing at the throughout the field.
Both races were won by fastest qualifier, Tommy Gilmartin, Morgan +8.
Bruce Mitchell, Lotus Europa, was second on each occasion.

Former Fiesta racer, Charlie Cope, joined the championship in a VW Golf GTI 1800.
An impressive first event in this car resulted in two third place finishes.

Neil MacKay made a guest appearance in his smart looking Austin Mini.

The next event, on 20th August, will be the first run in reverse direction at Knockhill by The Scottish Motor Racing Club. Hopefully, there will be an increased number of Classics competitors.
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