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Old 20 Jan 2004, 00:14 (Ref:843389)   #1
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1970s Sebring entry lists

Does anyone have any 1970s (pre-1974) Sebring entry lists or photos? I'm looking to see if anyone raced a BMW 2002 there pre-1974


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Old 20 Jan 2004, 07:34 (Ref:843608)   #2
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Yes they did and here's a list
http://www.teamdan.com/archive/wsc/1970/70seb.html
I have a photo archive book of the event, my dad was part owner of a GT40 that was entered (did I ever mention that before ).
I'll have a looksee what images there are of the Beemer when I get home and see if my new scanner works
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Old 20 Jan 2004, 21:20 (Ref:844574)   #3
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That's great news - thank you very much! This means that Julius will accept my 2002 in the Sebring Salute which is part of the Top Hat series

Now all I have to do is finish the car!


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beware of the speed and height differential the first you will see of the T70's will be when they are along side you mid corner! It will be a baptism of fire that is for sure!! So whats happened to the Triumph?
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Old 23 Jan 2004, 19:59 (Ref:848621)   #5
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The Triumph is "resting" at present but will reappear later in the season

I bought the 2002 last year to do track days in and it's been superb - great fun to drive and very practical. I always planned to race it once in the HSCC 70s saloons but then I found a new shell and - roundabout the same time - started thinking about the Sebring Salute. The rest is obvious...

Wait till you see the 2002. It will be a cracker! But I do concede it won't be giving T70s a hard time!
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