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Old 10 Mar 2011, 13:32 (Ref:2843393)   #31
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Couple more Pre-57 Saloons from JDC Silverstone 4th April 1981:
Dennis Carter's MKVIII, and again amidst Roger Andreasson's Mk1, Mike Waykins' Zodiac, Stuart Gross' Aurelia and another Mk1 not listed in the programme for this race, but might be John Murphy.
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Old 17 Mar 2011, 10:28 (Ref:2847344)   #32
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Great couple of posts, Andrew. Historic racing which itself has become historic!
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Old 17 Mar 2011, 12:05 (Ref:2847402)   #33
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Couple more Pre-57 Saloons from JDC Silverstone 4th April 1981:
Dennis Carter's MKVIII, and again amidst Roger Andreasson's Mk1, Mike Waykins' Zodiac, Stuart Gross' Aurelia and another Mk1 not listed in the programme for this race, but might be John Murphy.
Is that Dennis Carter of BARC fame?
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Old 26 Mar 2011, 12:45 (Ref:2853484)   #34
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And a couple from AMOC St. John Horsfall, 1982:



Thumbing through these wonderful photos, if I'm not mistaken this car (#3) is Nomad Mk3? Recently seen pictures of it while looking for ones of the Mk1 Coupe!

If it is that car wonder if it still had original BRM V8 in 1982. I read that at some point a Ford V6 was fitted in replacement, then in late 90s that was replaced by a Porsche flat 6.
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Old 29 Apr 2011, 14:20 (Ref:2871752)   #35
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I recently scanned some 1200 photos of ERAs which I had taken, for a photobook on ERAs in historic racing, and I attach a few from the 1970s and 1980s for your perusal.
First one is Pat Lindsay (R5B) leading Hamish Moffat (R3A) Oulton 1973, second is Lindsay at Oulton 1976, next is David Kergon in R12B Hanuman II at Oulton 1973, next Chris Mann (R9B) Oulton 1977, Brian Classic (R2A) leads Bill Morris (R12B) Oulton 1981 and Pat Lindsay (R5B) at Oulton 1984.
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Old 12 May 2011, 14:58 (Ref:2879325)   #36
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Thumbing through these wonderful photos, if I'm not mistaken this car (#3) is Nomad Mk3? Recently seen pictures of it while looking for ones of the Mk1 Coupe!

If it is that car wonder if it still had original BRM V8 in 1982. I read that at some point a Ford V6 was fitted in replacement, then in late 90s that was replaced by a Porsche flat 6.
I didn't have the BRM V8 by then. It was a 3 litre six of some description but I never saw what it actually was under the bonnet (?)
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Old 22 May 2011, 11:17 (Ref:2883830)   #37
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Thumbing through these wonderful photos, if I'm not mistaken this car (#3) is Nomad Mk3? Recently seen pictures of it while looking for ones of the Mk1 Coupe!

If it is that car wonder if it still had original BRM V8 in 1982. I read that at some point a Ford V6 was fitted in replacement, then in late 90s that was replaced by a Porsche flat 6.
Great pic. Sorry I love the background. Good ole days.
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Willie Green's Ferrari gets up a head of steam through the Thruxton chicane - 1978


Just spotted this. This particular race was purported to be the first all Ferrari race ever held in the UK. It also included a Breadvan and obligatory GTOs.
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I recently scanned some 1200 photos of ERAs which I had taken, for a photobook on ERAs in historic racing, and I attach a few from the 1970s and 1980s for your perusal.
First one is Pat Lindsay (R5B) leading Hamish Moffat (R3A) Oulton 1973, second is Lindsay at Oulton 1976, next is David Kergon in R12B Hanuman II at Oulton 1973, next Chris Mann (R9B) Oulton 1977, Brian Classic (R2A) leads Bill Morris (R12B) Oulton 1981 and Pat Lindsay (R5B) at Oulton 1984.

Awesome shots.. Thanks for these
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