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from top: Mark Leverett with the Peregrine Falcon and fledgling, Tim Hayes always runs well at Cadwell Park in his Alfa Sprint, Adam Bagnall built a comfortable home from home, Steve Bellerby got quicker throughout the weekend whilst Rupert Ashdown with father Barry is showing good pace in the family Elan Images: © Charlie Wooding Adam image: © John Dickson

mountain and in another challenge to popular convention was significantly quicker than the Eclat from Park Corner to Mansfield, whilst also finishing ahead of the remaining up to 2ltr Class D competitors (or to adopt the colloquial description ‘Fokke:s’) in their ‘exotic’ German cars. Will Morton was slightly perplexed, despite matching his Saturday lap times he was unable to stay with Neil and David on Sunday, claiming that his race was so lonely he almost resorted to counting sheep to stay awake! Chris Baines, Nigel Ashley (his Lotus Europa still feeling blue) and the Porsche 911 of Morgan Sparrow rounded off the classified finishers. Hopefully on the cooling down lap Jez briefly considered celebrating the win before his eyes narrowed and he recalibrated his focus onto 2.43 miles of tarmac in rural Kent. A weekend at Cadwell Park is always worth the journey and competitors took the trouble to show their appreciation of the flag marshals’ commitment and dedication as they toured back to the paddock at the end of the race, but the real highlight of the weekend for 70s competitors was without a doubt John Dickson’s Peregrine Falcon and fledgling. HSCC 70s Road Sports – July 2019

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Cadwell Park and Legends of Brands Hatch Superprix race reports supported by the usual great images from Charlie Wooding and Martin Cooper....

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