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Old 29 Jun 2002, 15:42 (Ref:469572)   #1
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Here is a photo of the Kincraft taken in 1968 at Snett with Jim Moore at the wheel. Now that IS a REAL racing car!
And yes to my friend in NZ, that is the same Stan Matthews in the F100 at Brands. thanks!
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Old 9 Jul 2002, 13:21 (Ref:330137)   #2
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1970 Grand Prix

Found these picture's to bring back some memory's
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Old 9 Jul 2002, 13:23 (Ref:330140)   #3
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Old 9 Jul 2002, 13:25 (Ref:330141)   #4
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Old 9 Jul 2002, 13:26 (Ref:330143)   #5
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Old 9 Jul 2002, 19:20 (Ref:330394)   #6
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Wonderful. Thank-you racing fxgt. Thank-you, thank-you, thank-you.
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Old 9 Jul 2002, 19:23 (Ref:330399)   #7
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Old 9 Jul 2002, 19:43 (Ref:330413)   #8
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It isn't Jackie Oliver in the number 17, but Pedro Rodriguez.
BRM had 3 cars at the Monaco Grand Prix in 1970:
15 for George Eaton
16 for Jackie Oliver
17 for Pedro Rodriguez

But anyway nice pictures, Pedro Rodriguez and Joseph Siffert are one of my alltime favourites.
I met "Seppi's" sohn last weekend at a German Renault Clio race at Zolder (Belgium).
His eyes are the same as his dad.
Nice period.
Grand prix racing was nice until late 80's and now it's to commercial.
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Old 9 Jul 2002, 23:53 (Ref:330609)   #9
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Good pictures Racing Fxgt. 1970 was the year I saw my first grand prix, at Brands Hatch, so the photos bring back happy memories. The P153 BRM looked very purposeful and the 312B Ferrari was a real beauty. Both sounded fantastic but there's one noise in particular that stays with me from Brands. Thursday morning practice had just begun, we were clambering into the grandstands opposite the pits and Jean-Pierre Beltoise came wailing past in the shrill V12 Matra. I'm not sure my ear drums have ever recovered!
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....and Jean-Pierre Beltoise came wailing past in the shrill V12 Matra.
I too, well remember that sound at Brands - and to hear it flat chat - down the main straight into Pilgrims Drop!!!! Well - it's a sound of tried to describe to younger race fans for years.

And as a permanent memory of that weekend, I have a whole bunch of photos I took whilst walking around the paddock getting my programme signed (still got that too) by almost everyone there.

Wonderful memories.
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Old 10 Jul 2002, 07:27 (Ref:330751)   #11
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Thanks racing fxgt..
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racing fxgt, thank you for sharing those pictures - hope you don't mind if I contribute


French Grand Prix, 1970 - HOW NARROW IS THAT TRACK!


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Old 10 Jul 2002, 09:52 (Ref:330840)   #13
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Good photo's you can almost hear the sound of the engines.
here's some more taken from advert page for the 21st British Grand Prix at Brands Hatch Saturday 20th July 1968
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Old 10 Jul 2002, 09:54 (Ref:330843)   #14
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Don't know the cars or driver's
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Here's the third one
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