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Old 30 Aug 2017, 20:06 (Ref:3763007)   #1
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Rich Brown should be qualifying in the top 10 on the grid
Can anyone identify the single seater?

I've been sent some photos by a friend on behalf of the wife of a former racer. She wants to know more about the cars he used to race, sadly he passed away some years ago and I guess she wants to fill in the gaps. He lived in the NW of the USA and he raced in that area in the 1960s.

I think I recognise two of the cars as a TVR Griffith 200 and Lotus 7 but the single seater is a mystery. Can anyone help its identity?

Thanks, Rich
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Old 1 Sep 2017, 17:46 (Ref:3763465)   #2
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The TVR is Fitz Warren's Mk3 as raced by Pete Brock. Can you tell me the name of the former racer.

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Old 1 Sep 2017, 21:04 (Ref:3763529)   #3
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The TVR is Fitz Warren's Mk3 as raced by Pete Brock. Can you tell me the name of the former racer.

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Thanks Rob, the guy's name was Warren Sturges apparently. He lived at least the latter part of his life in Oregon, USA. Is the car still around?

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Interesting.

For what it's worth there is this from 1964. Lotus 7 related.

http://www.racingsportscars.com/driv...urges-USA.html
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Old 29 Sep 2017, 09:50 (Ref:3770494)   #5
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nicanary has a real shot at the podium!nicanary has a real shot at the podium!nicanary has a real shot at the podium!nicanary has a real shot at the podium!
Pretty sure the single-seater is a Lotus 27. Formula Junior for 1963.
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