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President’s Welcome

Welcome to the 2017 VHRR Phillip Island Classic “Festival of Motorsport”. We are proud to announce our naming rights sponsors for this 2017 event being BURSON AUTO PARTS and AUTOBARN jointly. We welcome JOHN BOWE as Patron of our 2017 event. Undoubtedly he will be signing autographs across the weekend so come into the pits and say hello. John will also be competing over the weekend. We extend our thanks to our Clerk of Course Col Smith and his Classic Race team who will manage the “on track” activities over the weekend, and to the hard working VHRR Phillip Island Race Committee all of whom have worked tirelessly over the past year to ensure the smooth running of this event. Thanks also to all of the volunteer Officials, Scrutineer’s, Flaggie’s, Fire & Rescue Team, Recovery Team, Medical Crew , Grid, Pit & Paddock Marshalls without whom this event would not take place. We also welcome the return of Kevin Bartlett as our Driving Standards Officer for this 2017 event. We again welcome many “International Competitors” from USA, UK, Germany & NZ, and the vast array of amazing cars that they bring with them.

Thank you to all of you for being part of this years event. Thanks also to our “local” Victorian competitors, many of you are regular entrants and have been coming to the Island since this events inception. It is also great to see so many of you from all over Australia, WA, SA, TAS, NSW & Qld. Without all of you supporting us we simply do not have an event. Again, onsite camping is available to competitors and spectators and seems to be growing in popularity. Our thanks to the Phillip Island Circuit Management and Staff for their continuing support of this event and for the magnificent presentation of the venue. Finally, we wish to sincerely acknowledge the amazing support of all our sponsors. Major sponsors: BURSON AUTO PARTS, AUTOBARN, COOLDRIVE, SHANNONS, PENRITE, VACC, BOSCH, MERCEDES BENZ AUSTRALIA and DUTTON GARAGE and of course the legion of smaller sponsors and advertisers. Make sure you walk around the Pits, the Shannons Walk and the Expo Centre, not just for the cars but for the Trade Stands as well. Support our Sponsors whenever you can.

John Bowe Patron of the Meeting

Col Smith Clerk of Course

I wish everyone an enjoyable and safe weekend of great Historic Motor Racing. Ian Tate Chairman VHRR Phillip Island Race Committee VHRR President 2017

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Event Director Ian Tate Clerk of the Course Colin Smith Deputy Clerk of the Course Noel Tippett Secretary of the Meeting Jean Bellenger National Historic Steward David Bellenger Stewards Stuart Allen, Peter Rosier Assistant Clerks of the Course: Matt Balcome, Michael Herlihy, Stuart Allen Terry Buxton, Daryl McHugh, Gale Smith Emergency Coordinators: Glenn Stevens, Kael Oothuizen Course Marshal Anthony Jenkins Driving Standards Kevin Bartlett Starter Adrian Bond Starter Roger Sinclair Chief Marshal Roger Chirnside Chief Flag Marshal Arthur Cooksley Chief Medical Officer Dr Matt Birdsey Chief Time Keeper Ian Leach Chief Scrutineer Tony Rodgers Compliance Checker Frank Bradley OH&S Trevor Ross Chief of Recovery Ken (Kage) Johnson Chief of Pit Lane Andy Groube Chief of Marshalling Barry Parker Chief of Paddock Trevor Ross Safety Car Driver Michael Parker Chief of Fire and Rescue Phil Craig Commentary Ron Simmonds, Bob Morrow, Charles Rogers, Darren Knight, Brian Smith, Chris Smith, John Emery & Don Kinsey ~ Pit announcements and interviews.

Chairman ~ Ian Tate Andrew McInnes Bob Harborow Brian Simpson Colin Smith Craig Bowring Don Kinsey Frank Bradley Geoff McInnes George Coad Graeme McLean Grant Campbell Ian Fletcher Ian McLennan Jean Bellenger John Caffin Julie Sprague Noel Tippett Peter Angus Richard Williams Rob Graham Ron Simmonds Sandra Caffin Ted Brewster

Bursons Autobarn Shannons Penrite Oils CoolDrive Apex Group Auto Restorations Bosch Brooklands Callanish Restorations Clive Cams Cope-Williams Wines DANA Precision Gippsland Car Club Long Range Automotive Marsh Classics Mercedes-Benz Melbourne Select OwnersCorp Management Tilta Trailers VACC

Held under the international sporting code of the F.I.A. and the National Competition Rules of the CAMS permit number: 817/1903/01

Phillip Island Classic Management Committee Chairman ~ Ian Tate VHRR Ian McLennan VHRR Bob Harborow VHRR Graeme McLean Publicist VHRR Jarrod Harding Penrite Sponsor Fergus Cameron Pi Circuit Management Chris Cameron Pi Circuit Management Peter Mitchell Pi Circuit Publicity

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Photographs: Ultimatecarpage.com Sportscarfan917 Sports Car Digest Redline Pics Neil Hammond Chris Carter Dave Ayres Tony Hankin Course Cars: • Mercedes Benz • HSV - Course Cars • Mustang Motor Sport

Programme design & layout - Grant Campbell - Terragrafix 03 9787 3640 Programme printed by Fishprint 47 Nepean Highway East Brighton 3187 The members of the Historic Race Committee extends their thanks to all those who have supported us in bringing this event together.           

Victorian Flag Marshalling Team Victorian Fire and Rescue Team Team Medical Australia Time Tronics Renault Car Club CAMS Scrutiny Panel JL Paramedics PIARC Recovery Team Waverley Towing Bunyip Crane Trucks Magic Towing

All CAMS Licensed Officials with special thanks to the international officials and those who have travelled from interstate

SPECIAL TROPHIES AWARDED AT THIS MEETING

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Jack Brabham - Driver of the Meeting Brooklands Victorian Tourist Trophy & Challenge Cup CoolDrive/Blanchard Family Trophy for Formula Ford Feature Race The Spencer Flack Trophy for Overseas Drivers in Lb The Doug Whiteford Memorial Trophy - Group Lb Sports The Penrite Mark Dymond Trophy The Penrite Arthur Waite Trophy Regularity Teams Trophy The Stan Jones Trophy Lb Racing

Outright and Class trophies will be available from the VHRR office in garage No.1, within a short interval after each event. Please assist the girls by picking up your trophy. Results are posted on the notice board outside the Secretary’s Office. Driver of the Meeting is open to all competitors.

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he PI Classic Race Committee is a group of motorsport enthusiasts from a number of car clubs in Victoria who have come together to take on the challenge of running the motorsport side of the 28th PHILLIP ISLAND CLASSIC FESTIVAL OF MOTORSPORT on behalf of the Victorian Historic Racing Register.

We have brought together over 160 motor sport officials from around Australia and overseas to assist with running this great event at the Philip Island Grand Prix Circuit. With the support of these officials and the VHRR, and with over 500 entries from across Australia and a number of entries from overseas, we are looking forward to providing a successful and enjoyable event for the public and motorsport community alike. For further information please see www.classicrc.org.au and www.vhrr.com You can easily get involved in motor sport no matter where you are in Australia. Information for Competitors, Officials, Event Organisers and even Schools can be found at www.cams.com.au. You can also call CAMS on 1300 883 959 Aaron Blanchard Adam Katschura Adrian Bond Alan Campbell Alan Krahe Andrew Groube Andrew MacKinnon Andy Dobbyn Anthony Jenkins Arnold Smoley Arthur Bartlett Barry Parker Barry Power Bill Barbour Bill Bloem Bryan O'Reilly Bryce Crawford Cassie Walters Cataldo Mase Chris Sullivan Christian Schmidt Colin Smith Colleen Walker Darcy Dobbyn Daryl Karlsson David Bellenger David Floyd David Howard David Miller David Stillwell David Thornbury

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Patron John Bowe The Sierra Era For 1988, Dick Johnson Racing hired Bowe, replacing Gregg Hansford as the teams number two driver in their Ford Sierra RS500's. Team manager Neal Lowe had completely re-engineered the cars after an embarrassing 1987 endurance season and the Shell backed cars proved to be the class of the field. Bowe won his third race for the team, his first ever ATCC race win, at Winton and would go on to win again at Amaroo Park, finishing second in the 1988 ATCC behind team boss Dick Johnson. The pair salvaged a runner up position at Bathurst in the team's third entry (Bowe's ATCC Sierra) after their two primary cars failed early in the race. After Johnson and Bowe's Sierra's failed, they moved into the #18 car which had at that stage been driven by one of Bowe's former open wheel rivals John Smith (another open wheel rival, Alfredo Costanzo, was to be Smith's co-driver but didn't get to drive at Bathurst after Dick and John swapped cars). After the 1988 ATCC, DJR took one Dick's championship winning Sierra to the Silverstone Circuit to contest the RAC Tourist Trophy. DJR proved they had the fastest Group A Sierra's in the world when Dick Johnson easily won the pole by just under half a second against the best European and British opposition. Johnson and Bowe led the race early on and were pulling away from the

Eggenberger and Andy Rouse Sierra's, with Johnson setting the circuits Group A lap record, until the water pump in the car failed and had to be replaced. Rouse would go on to win the race, with the DJR Sierra eventually finishing 21st The 1989 ATCC would prove to be more of the same for Bowe, again finishing runner up to Johnson after taking victories at Amaroo Park and Wanneroo. The 1989 Tooheys 1000 at Bathurst was a triumph for Bowe and Johnson, seeing off all challengers on their way to victory, including the Eggenberger built and engineered Allan Moffat Sierra's driven by European aces Klaus Niedzwiedz and Frank Biela, as well as Peter Brock's Rouse built Sierra (with Rouse himself co-driving) which Brock had put on pole position. With the Shell Sierra limping due to failing turbo boost, Bowe drove the car over the finish line at Bathurst, saying to Channel 7 commentator Mike Raymond "Fancy doing that" over racecam as he did so. Over the next three seasons his 1987 team Nissan, now running the formidable 4WD, twin-turbo Nissan GT-R, surged to the fore-front of Australian Touring Car racing and Bowe's only win would come at the Sandown round of the 1992 Australian Touring Car Championship. Bowe would then go on to finish second with Johnson in the now ageing Sierra at the crash shortened 1992 Tooheys 1000. Wikipedia


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significant Burson Auto Parts growth in recent years. Burson Auto Parts reached 100 stores in 2012, continuing their store expansion program that saw the company reach all Australian states and territories by 2014. The store growth across the past two years has included a combination of existing store acquisitions along with the establishment of larger green field sites, located where the most automotive repairers for each area can be most efficiently reached.

opportunities and ensuring supply of highest quality parts, tools and equipment to the trade across the nation.”

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ternational Charles McCabe ERA R5B California USA Paddins Dowling ERA R10B California USA

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Julian Bronson Scarab F1 Bristol UK

Barry Cannell Cooper T51 Ruddington UK Marc Valvekens Aston Martin DBR 4/4 Lasne Belgium

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Historic

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ories to represent the various eras in Motorsport. Historic Motor Racing is divided into categories This list represents those categories competing at this meeting. Group Ja Sports & Racing cars with a competition history prior to the end of 1930

Group Jb Specials built at any time, using components from the period, prior to the end of 1930 Group Ka Sports & Racing cars with a competition history between 1931 & 1940 Group Kb Specials built at any time, using components from the period between 1931 & 1940 Group Sa Production Sports Cars, without a competition history, manufactured by the end of 1960 Group Sb Production Sports Cars, without a competition history, generally manufactured 1961 - 1969 Group Sc Production Sports Cars, without a competition history, generally manufactured 1970 - 1977 Group Lb Racing & Sports Cars 1941 - 1960 Group M Racing & Sports Cars 1961 - 1965 Group Nb Production Touring Cars manufactured before the end of 1964 Group Nc Production Touring Cars of a type that were raced in Australia before the end of 1972 Group A & Group C Cars which satisfy the eligibility requirements for Australian Group C Touring cars as promulgated by CAMS from 1973 to 1984 & from 1984 to 1992 inclusive. Group O Racing & Sports Cars 1966 - 1969 F5000 Formula 5000 racing cars: Pre 1978 Group Q Racing, Sports racing cars, Clubman and production sports cars with a competion history 1970 - 1977 Group R Racing, Sports racing, Sports 1300 and production sports cars with a competion history from 1978 to a variety of cut-off dates for different period classes, generally around the mid - 1980s Historic Formula Ford Groups Fa (Formerly Grp Q), Fb (Formerly Grp R), Fc 1969 - 1989 Formula Vee Group Va 1 Jan 1965 and 31 Dec 1974 Group Vb 1 Jan 1975 and 31 Dec1985. Regularity Generally open to cars of the 5th category (Historics) but other vehicles may be permitted subject to agreement by the Event Organisers & CAMS Page 18

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Bruce Hamilton Brabham BT 36 Maryland USA Doug Elcomb Dreossi Special Ontario Canada

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Peter Sturgeon/Jim Richards BMW 635 Auckland NZ Pic: Chris Carter JR Mitchell Lotus 18 Connecticut USA

Mark Petch/John Bowe Volvo 240T Auckland NZ Pic: Autopics Travis Engen Chevron B17b/Ralt RT1 Connecticut USA


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Programme - Friday 17th March 2017

Scrutiny Friday Div 2 Regularity (For those does not done on Thursday) 7:15 am Group Sc & Invited 8:00 am Historic Touring Cars Under 3L 8:20 am Q & R Sports Cars & Invited 8:45 am M & O Sports Racing & Invited 9:10 am Group C & A 9:30 am J,K, Lb & Formula Vee & Invited 9:55 am Q & R Racing & Invited 10:15 am Historic Touring Cars Over 3L 10:40 am Formula Ford 11:00 am Div 1 Regularity 11:25 am Div 2 Regularity For Saturday 3:00 pm Saturday Div 2 Regularity (For those does not done on Friday) 8:00 am Div 1 Regularity 10:00 am Div 2 Regularity For Sunday 3:00 pm Sunday Div 2 Regularity (For those does not done on Saturday) 8:00 am Div 1 Regularity 10:00 am Driver Briefings Thursday ~ All Drivers Friday Regularity All drivers who did not attend Thursday

4:00 pm 7:45 am 8.30 am

Please Note: If you have entered in both Racing and Regularity you Must attend briefings for Racing and Regularity.

Qualifying Sessions Approximate Start Time Q1 Div 2 Regularity 9:05 am Q2 Group Sc & Invited 9:25 am Q3 Historic Touring Cars Under 3L 9:50 am Q4 Q & R Sports Cars & Invited 10:10 am Q5 M & O, Sports & Racing, F Vee & Invited 10:35 am Q6 Group C & A 11:00 am Q7 J,K, Lb & Invited 11:20 am Q8 Q & R Racing & Invited 11:45 am Q9 Historic Touring Cars Over 3L 12:05 pm Q10 Formula Ford 12:30 pm Q11 Div 1 Regularity 12:55 pm Racing Sessions 12 Div 2 Regularity 13 Group Sc & Invited 14 Historic Touring Cars Under 3L 15 Q & R Sports Cars & Invited 16 M & O, Sports & Racing, F Vee & Invited 17 Group C & A 18 J,K, Lb & Invited 19 Q & R Racing & Invited 20 Historic Touring Cars Over 3L 21 Formula Ford 22 Div 1 Regularity

1:20 pm 1:40 pm 2:00 pm 2:20 pm 2:40 pm 3:00 pm 3:20 pm 3:35 pm 3:55 pm 4:15 pm 4:30 pm

Q = Qualifying D = Demonstration P = Parade Subject to change depending on number of entries per category. All Competitors and Officials must be clear of the race track by 7 pm

4.00pm Thursday 16 March 2017 for all competitors including Regularity competitors who have cross entered into Racing events

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Mercedes-Benz W196 The Mercedes-Benz W196 was a Formula One racing car produced by Mercedes-Benz for the 1954 and 1955 F1 seasons. Successor to the W194, in the hands of Juan Manuel Fangio and Stirling Moss it won 9 of 12 races entered and captured the only two world championships in which it competed. Firsts included the use of desmodromic valves and DaimlerBenz developed mechanical direct fuel injection adapted from the DB 601 high-performance V12 used on the Messerschmitt Bf 109E fighter during World War II. The new 1954 Formula One rules allowed a choice of naturally aspirated engines – up to 2.5 litres or 0.75 litres supercharged. The expected target range for competitive engines was 250 to 300 bhp (190 to 220 kW).

Mercedes' 1939 2-stage supercharged 1.5-litre 64.0×58.0 mm V8 (1,493 cc or 91.1 cu in) gave 278 bhp (207 kW) at 8,250 rpm with about 2.7 atm (270 kPa) pressure. Halving this would have only produced 139 bhp (104 kW). Studies by Mercedes showed that 390 bhp (290 kW) at 10,000 rpm could be achieved from 0.75 litres with a supercharger pressure of 4.4 atm (450 kPa), with 100 hp (75 kW) required to drive the supercharger. Fuel consumption of this 290 bhp (220 kW) net engine would have been 2.3 times higher than a naturally aspirated one developing the same power. Since 115 bhp/l (86 kW/l) at 9,000 rpm was being developed by naturally aspirated motorcycle racing engines, it was decided that a 2.5-litre engine was the correct choice. This was a significant change of philosophy,

since all previous Mercedes-Benz Grand Prix engines since the 1920s had been supercharged. Mercedes' solution was to adapt direct fuel injection Daimler-Benz engineers had refined on the DB 601 highperformance V12 used on the Messerschmitt Bf 109E fighter. By its introduction at the 1954 French GP the 2,496.87 cc (152.368 cu in) (76.0×68.8 mm) desmodromic valves straight 8 delivered 257 bhp (192 kW). The W196 was the only F1 car with such advanced fuel technology, giving it a considerable advantage over the other carburetted engines. Variable length inlet tracts were experimented with and four wheel drive considered. An eventual 340 bhp (250 kW) at 10,000 rpm was targeted for the 2.5-litre F1 motor. Wikipedia


Programme of Events

Sunday 19th March 2017

Saturday 18th March 2017 Events 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44

App.Start Time

Length

Div 2 Regularity 9:05 am Group Sc & Invited 9:30 am Historic Touring Cars Under 3L 9:50 am Q & R Sports Cars & Invited 10:10 am M & O Sports & Racing, F Vee & Invited 10:35 am Group C & A 10:55 am J,K, Lb & Invited 11:15 am Q & R Racing & Invited 11:35 am Historic Touring Cars Over 3L 11:55 am Formula Ford 12:15 pm Div 1 Regularity 12:40 pm Div 2 Regularity 1:05 pm Group Sc & Invited 1:30 pm Historic Touring Cars Under 3L 1:50 pm Q & R Sports Cars & Invited 2:10 pm M & O Sports & Racing, F Vee & Invited 2:35 pm Group C & A 2:55 pm J,K, Lb & Invited 3:15 pm Q & R Racing & Invited 3:35 pm Historic Touring Cars Over 3L 3:55 pm Formula Ford 4:15 pm Div 1 Regularity 4:40 pm

15 Mins 5 Laps 5 Laps 5 Laps 5 Laps 5 Laps 5 Laps 5 Laps 5 Laps 5 Laps 15 Mins 15 Mins 5 Laps 5 Laps 5 Laps 5 Laps 5 Laps 5 Laps 5 Laps 5 Laps 5 Laps 15 Mins

Events 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64

App.Start Time

Formula Ford Group Sc & Invited Historic Touring Cars Under 3L Q & R Sports Cars & Invited Group C & A J,K, Lb & Invited Q & R Racing & Invited Historic Touring Cars Over 3L M & O Sports & Racing, F Vee & Invited Div 1 Regularity Div 2 Regularity Formula Ford Group Sc & Invited Historic Touring Cars Under 3L Q & R Sports Cars & Invited Group C & A J,K, Lb & Invited Q & R Racing & Invited Historic Touring Cars Over 3L M & O Sports & Racing, F Vee & Invited

Length

9:05 am 9:25 am 9:45 am 10:10 am 10:30 am 10:55 am 11:15 am 11:35 am 11:55 am 12:15 pm 12:45 pm 1:15 pm 1:35 pm 2:00 pm 2:25 pm 2:50 pm 3:20 pm 3:50 pm 4:15 pm 4:45 pm

5 Laps 5 Laps 5 Laps 5 Laps 5 Laps 5 Laps 5 Laps 5 Laps 5 Laps 20 Mins 20 Mins 6 Laps 6 Laps 6 Laps 6 Laps 10 Laps 8 Laps 10 Laps 8 Laps 6 Laps

A Barbeque will be held after completion of the final event. All welcome to attend.

Conditions of Entry Safety The fencing erected around this circuit is there for your protection. It is forbidden to stand, sit or climb on it. Entries The organisers accept entries & drivers nominations in good faith. Every effort is made to adhere to the printed programme of competitors, but the promoters cannot accept responsibility for the failure of any driver or car to appear, although every endeavour is made to avoid inaccuracies in the description of competing cars, the organisers accept no responsibility for any that may occur. The organisers reserve the right to postpone, abandon, or cancel the meeting or any part thereof. Disclaimer - Exclusion of liability, release and assumption of risk Motor Sport is Dangerous In exchange for being able to attend or participate in the event, you agree:  to release Confederation of Australian Motor Sport Ltd (“CAMS”) and Australian Motor Sport Commission Ltd, promoters, sponsor organisations, land owners and lessees, organisers of the event, their respective servants, officials, representatives and agents (collectively, the “Associated Entities”) from all liability for your death, personal injury (including burns), psychological trauma, loss or damage (including property damage) (“harm”) howsoever arising from your participation in or attendance at the event, except to the extent prohibited by law;  that CAMS and the Associated Entities do not make any warranty, implied or express, that the event services will be provided with due care and skill or that any materials provided in connection with the services will be fit for the purpose for which they are supplied; and to attend or participate in the event at your own risk.

You acknowledge that:  the risks associated with attending or participating in the event include the risk that you may suffer harm as a result of:  motor vehicles (or parts of them) colliding with other motor vehicles, persons or property;  acts of violence and other harmful acts (whether intentional or inadvertent) committed by persons attending or participating in the event; and  the failure or unsuitability of facilities (including grand-stands, fences and guard rails) to ensure the safety of persons or property at the event.  motor sport is dangerous and that accidents causing harm can and do happen and may happen to you. You accept the conditions of, and acknowledge the risks arising from, attending or participating in the event and being provided with the event services by CAMS and the Associated Entities. Vehicles are permitted to enter & park on condition that Phillip Island Motorsports & the VHRR are not under any liability whether in contract or in tort and whether for negligence or as an occupier or on any other basis or for any cause of action, for loss of, or damage to, the vehicle or its contents no matter how or where such may be caused. Anti-Litter Please keep Phillip Island tidy. Messages The organisers regret that announcements to assist spectators cannot be made over the public address system except in cases of genuine emergency. Dogs In the interest of safety, dogs are not permitted at the circuit.

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SHANNONS Insurance for Motoring Enthusiasts. Regularity Division 2 ~ Event 23 - 15 minutes & Event 34 - 15 minutes No Driver Div 2 Regularity 1 John Basso 2 Stuart Dearden 3 Trevor Bly 4 Tim Sullivan 5 David Ramsay 6 Stewart Webster 7 Bernard Mylon 9 Terrence Cutcliffe 10 Neil Kelly 11 John Morrow 12 Sean Perkin 14 Perry Dayas 15 Philip Lewis 16 Neil Press 17 Jessieca Penn 18 Aaron Lewis 19 Peter Teague 21 Paul Flint 22 Stephen Pike 23 Colin Stark 24 William Townshend 25 Graeme Stevenson 26 Peter Harrold 27 Michael Valmorbida 28 John Hardy 31 Simon Line 32 Antony Rogers 40 James Cowden 45 Barry Oosthuizen 47 Philip Simmie 49 Geoffrey Owens 50 Phillip Moore 51 Christopher Holland 54 Scott Graham 56 Rhea Sautter 60 Ashley Smith 63 Trevor McPherson 64 Gary Ball 66 David Tweddle 68 Victor Spiteri 71 Gordon Lennox 72 Stephen Perry 73 Keith Martin 77 Rex Broadbent 82 Laurie Burton 87 Samuel Narkiewicz 91 Peter Harburg 97 Geoffrey Herbert 100 Harrison Jones 101 Phillip Shephard 110 Barry McAdie 130 Carolyn Kruger 150 Anthony Michelsen 151 Norris Miles 156 Andrew Murdoch 164 Wayne Walters 170 Ivan Michelsen 194 Pedro Silva 218 Philip Spender 222 Tas Mourmouras 240 Nicholas Heath 412 Ernst Luthi 561 Kingsley Jones 660 Alexander Webster

State Year Car

City Ford "Sydney" McLeod Ford Mylon Automotive Design Club K9 Hobart

Font Public Relations Tuneright Splitrock

B Oosthuizen Corp Cons

Shelby Boys Racing Team

V&A Spiteri Jaguar

JONES Motorsport Team Shep Peter Jackson Southern Racing Susp Olef Arts Racing Southern Racing Susp

Vic Vic NSW NSW Vic Vic Vic Tas NSW NSW NSW Qld NSW Vic Vic NSW Vic Vic Vic Vic Tas Vic NSW Vic Vic NSW Vic NSW Vic Qld NSW NSW NSW Vic DE NSW ACT Vic NSW Vic NSW NSW UK Vic ACT Vic Qld NSW Qld NSW ACT Qld NSW Vic NSW Vic NSW UK Vic Vic Vic NSW NSW Vic

1973 1976 1973 1974 1972 1962 1984 1983 1964 1975 1972 1975 1965 1976 2016 1969 1970 1965 1959 1971 1978 1978 1978 1975 1967 1982 1972 2010 1972 1962 1974 2005 1966 1978 1956 1963 1968 1964 1988 1967 1971 1968 1971 1974 1976 1974 1973 1968 1989 1962 1969 1986 1965 1982 1973 1964 1969 1965 1966 1996 1974 1971 1956 1969

Events 23 & 34

Call 13 46 46 for a quote. Saturday 9.05 am & 1.05 pm

Capacity

Colour

Holden Torana LT HDT 3300 Red/White/Black Ford Falcon XBGT 5800 Red/Gold MG B Roadster 1800 Blue MG B GT 3500 Orange Ford 1972 XA Falcon 5800 Shell Yellow Porsche 356 2800 Yellow Ford GT40 GTD 5000 Red Porsche 944 2480 White Porsche 356SC 2700 Red Porsche 911 3000 Black Porsche 911 3000 White Porsche Carrera 3600 White Dino 206SP (Recreation) 2300 Red Ford Escort RS2000 2000 Carnival Red Caterham Seven 485 2000 Green Jaguar E Type 4200 Green Ford Escort 2000 Black MG Midget Coupe 1300 Blue Austin Healey 3000 3000 Blue Renault Apline A110 1800 Blue BMW 635 CSI 3428 White Ford Falcon 5800 Black Datsun 280ZX Coupe 2800 White/Blue Porsche Carrera 3600 Orange Alpine Renault A110 1596 Blue Porsche 911 2997 Snow White Porsche 911 2.4 2340 Yellow Ford GT40 Replica 4600 Alloy MG BL 1828 Red Alfa Romeo Giulia 101 Sprint 1600 Azzuro Iseo Datsun 260Z 2800 Orange Ford GT40 5000 Yellow Ford Shelby de Mexico Mustang 4700 Aqua Blue Ford Escort 1993 Blue Austin A30 1293 Beige A/Healey Sebring Sprite Replica 1380 Blue Alfa Romeo GT Veloce 1750 1840 Red Shelby Daytona Coupe Replica 5690 Blue Westfield SE 1600 Yellow Jaguar E-Type 4200 Black Datsun 240 3100 White MG MGC GT 3000 Red Dulon Dino LD10B 1987 Red Porsche 911RS 3.0 Replica 3364 Yellow Datsun 260Z 2942 Red Corvette Stingray 3000 White Porsche 917 6000 Blue/Yellow MG C 4280 Green Ford Sierra Cosworth RS500 1993 ANZ White Jaguar E-type 3800 Light blue Renault Alpine A110 1300 French Bleu Nissan DR30 RSX 1990 White/Blue Ford Mustang Fastback GT350 4790 Red/Gold Tiga SC82 2000 White MG MGB GT 3500 Black Studebaker Lark 4638 Blue MG C GT Sebring Replica 2983 White Ford GT40 4700 Green Ford Mustang GT350 4700 White/Red Ford Falcon EL Sedan 4000 Silver & Blue Jensen Interceptor 7200 Silver Grey Alpine Renault A110 1397 Red AJS Special 4600 Orange Porsche 911E 1991 Green/Gold

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Mercedes-Benz Melbourne Mercedes-Benz

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Group Sc & Invited Production Sports cars - 5 Laps No Driver Group Sb 2 Joseph Dibartolo 5 Laurie Sellers 8 Terry Lawlor 37 Kevin Luke 39 Graeme Downer 46 Phillip Ross 59 Tony Antoun 65 Ray Narkiewicz 188 Rowan Pinder Group Sc 15 Christopher Blanden 23 Graeme Noonan 48 Glenn Campbell 53 Grant Craft 57 Colin Connaughton 60 Michael Byrne 61 Mike Oliver 88 Metodia Karanfilovski 91 Adriano Dimauro 105 Richard East 144 Lyndon Mcleod 6 22 52 141

Hung Do Jeffrey Thomas Dale Ashby Kyle Alford

9 12 13 27 41 45 67 69 73 911

Stanley Adler David Withers James Calvert Jones Wayne Seabrook Geoffrey Morgan Tony Floreani Peter Eames Stephen Smith Peter Boylan Douglas Barbour

7 14 19 72 85

State Year Car

Shelby Boys Racing Team Lady Luck Racing Shelby Boys Racing Team Franke/KWC SHELBY BOYS RACE TEAM Synergy Packaging Red Rondel Racing Statler & Waldorf racing

Algo Trading Services Donut King Performance 9 Travelplan Ski Holidays Jimjoca Motorsport Sydney Sports Apparel Maxwell Motorsport Surimex Pacific Environmental Boylan

Paul Blackie Profloor Portable Flooring Tom Walstab Timothy Lynas N/A Ross Jackson Stephanos Constantinidis

Events 24 & 35

Vic NSW NSW NSW NSW Vic NSW Vic Vic

1969 1966 1966 1966 1969 1969 1966 1965 1967

Vic Vic Vic NSW NSW Vic Vic NSW Vic Vic NSW

1974 1971 1979 1974 1977 1975 1978 1979 1973 1969 1976

Vic Vic SA Qld

1972 1974 1974 1972

Qld NSW Vic NSW NSW Vic Vic NSW NSW NSW

1975 1974 1976 1976 1975 1975 1976 1977 1974 1976

Vic Vic SA Vic NSW

1971 1979 1979 1972 1971

Saturday 9.30 am & 1.30 pm

Capacity

Over 3000cc Chevrolet Corvette 5734 Shelby American GT350 4820 Shelby GT350 4800 Shelby American GT350 4800 Morgan Plus 8 3500 Chevrolet Corvette 5465 Shelby American GT350 4730 Chevrolet Corvette 5354 Chevrolet Corvette 5358 0-2000cc Alfa Romeo GTV 2000 1996 Lotus Super Seven Series 4 1595 Alfa Romeo GTV 2000 1962 Lotus Seven S4 1598 Alfa Romeo Alfetta GTV 1962 Lotus Seven S4 1594 Alfa Romeo Alfetta GTV 2000 1962 Alfa Romeo Alfetta GTV 1962 Alfa Romeo 105 2000 1962 Alfa Romeo GTV2000/105 1962 Alfa Romeo Alfetta GT 1968 2001 - 2600cc Datsun 240Z 2394 Datsun 260Z 2600 Alfa Romeo Montreal 2593 Datsun 240Z 2400 2601-3500cc Porsche 911 Carrera 2687 Porsche Carrera 2687 Porsche 911 Carrera 2993 Porsche 3L Carrera 3000 Porsche 911 Carrera 2687 Porsche Carrera 911 2777 Porsche Carrera 3 2994 Datsun 280Z 2800 Porsche 911 Carrera Coupe 2687 Porsche 911 Carrera 3 2994 Over 3500cc Corvette Stingray 7400 Porsche 928 4500 Porche 928 4500 De Tomaso Pantera 5800 Chevrolet Corvette 5700

Colour Blue Black/Gold Green Blue Dark Blue/Silver Red Red Blue Yellow Blue/Red Green/Gold Str Red Red Red Red Navy Blue Silver Red Blue Blue Red Blue/White Gold Black/Pink Silver/Orange White/Green Silver Blue Birch Green Orange Platinum Blue Black Blue Red White Green/Gold Yellow Orange

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State Year Car

Group Na 26 Vincent Parisi 56 Rhea Sautter Group Nb 6 Adrian Read Adrian Read Smash Repairer 12 Richard Hill 21 Christopher Cotton Chris Cotton Racing 24 Geoffrey Hulbert 28 Ian Pringle 32 Darryl Exelby 42 Charles (Ted) Brewster 77 Jason Armstrong Dave Armstrong Motors 155 Santino Di Carlo 161 David Wheatley 11 22 41 49 57 58 62 63 66

Dean Whisson Stuart Barnes Ian Wilks John Harwood Simon Browning Randle Beavis David Schofield John Luxmoore Craig Thompson

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61 Michael Stupka 191 Ian Cuss

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88 Phillip Shepherd Group Nc 1 David Brown BD M/sport Racetech Pedders 5 Peter Van Summeren Auto Marine Cam Automotive 14 Martyn Piercey Ted Knuckle Enterprises 23 Robert van Stokrom 60 Gavin Sheahan 71 Robert Burns 94 Gabriel Digenis 95 Chris Ralph

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Vic Vic SA Vic SA Qld Vic SA NSW NSW

1964 1964 1962 1964 1964 1964 1964 1964 1964 1964

WA SA Vic NSW Vic NSW Vic Vic Qld

1963 1964 1963 1964 1964 1964 1963 1963 1964

Vic NSW

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Tas

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Vic Vic NSW Vic Vic Vic Vic Vic

1971 1972 1973 1972 1970 1972 1971 1970

NSW Vic SA SA Vic NSW NSW NSW SA NSW Vic NSW NSW NSW

1971 1970 1971 1969 1971 1971 1971 1970 1971 1970 1972 1970 1972 1972

Events 25 & 36

www.penrite.com.au Saturday 9.50 am & 1.50 pm

Capacity

Colour

2351 Green/Beige 1293 Beige 1001-1300 Morris Cooper S 1293 Red Morris Cooper S 1299 Green/White Morris Cooper S 1330 Blue/White Morris Mini Cooper S 1275 White/Black Morris Cooper S 1299 Green/White Morris Cooper S 1299 Blue Morris Cooper S 1293 Green/Yellow Morris Cooper S 1289 Red/Black Morris Cooper S 1300 White Morris Cooper S 1293 Green/Yellow 1301-1600cc Ford Cortina 1590 White/Red Ford Cortina 1592 Red Mini Morris Cooper S 1328 Yellow Ford Lotus Cortina Mk1 1600 Red/Gold Ford Cortina 1598 White/Blue Ford Lotus Cortina 1600 White/green stripe Ford Cortina GT 1598 White/Silver Ford Cortina 1598 Red/Yellow Ford Lotus Cortina 1598 White/Green 1601-2000cc Volvo 122S 1990 White Triumph 2000 1991 Green 2501 - 3000cc Holden EH 2995 Silver 1501-2000cc Datsun 1600 SSS 1640 White Ford Escort Twin Cam 1598 Red Alfa Romeo GTV2000 1962 White/Yellow BMW 2002 1990 Silver Ford Cortina 240 Lotus replica 1600 Red/Gold Alfa Romeo GTV 1968 Blue BMW 2002 1999 Red/Silver BMW 2002 2000 Blue 2001-3000cc Mazda RX2 Coupe 2063 Herschel Orange Porsche 911 ST 2273 Yellow Mazda RX2 2066 Blue Porsche 911T 2200 Grey Mazda RX2 2063 Green Ford Capri 2994 Blue/White Ford Capri 2994 Vermilion Fire Ford Capri 3000 Yellow/Black Mazda RX2 2063 Blue Mazda RX2 Coupe 2063 Black Ford Capri 3014 Red/White Ford Capri 2994 Green/Black Mazda RX2 2063 Yellow Mazda RX2 2063 Black

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Invented for Life Event 26 - 5 Laps & Event 37 - 5 Laps

No Driver

State Year Car

Q Sports 5 Andrew Sefton 9 Thomas Tweedie 23 Robert Harborow 25 George Nakas 25 Guy Chick 39 James Doig 44 Joe Calleja 71 Troy Ryan 84 Andrew Carrig 186 Alan Gissing R Sports 12 Jamie Larner 19 Brett Lindsay 75 Peter Turner 83 Trevor Lambert R Sports 2000 4 Trevor Ross 6 Christopher Oxley 11 Michael Gibson 14 Keith Carling 16 Derek McDougall 28 Bruce Taylor 34 Ronald Hay 47 Peter Brennan 51 Jonathan Miles 77 Robert Cracknell 82 Geoffrey Kelly 85 Graeme Hayles 93 Kevin Gray 97 Michael Gehde 144 Graeme Hughes 177 Barry Ward 184 Joel Brown

Events 26 & 37

Grindstone Racing Dutton Garage Motorlab Colsoft

The Dynoroom Kelly Racing & Restoration

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Saturday 10.10 am & 2.10 pm

Capacity 1295 5000

Colour

Vic NSW Vic Vic SA SA Vic SA Vic Vic

1974 1974 1968 1972 1974 1972 1973 1974 1969 1972

Haggis U2 Elfin MS7 McLaren M6B McLaren M8F ASP 340C Clubman Motorlab ASP 340 March 73S ASP 340c WDC Arbyen Clubman Gissing Holden Group A Sports

8400 1300 1600 2000 1298 1600 3120

Orange Red/White Red/White Red Red Yellow Blue/White Blue Black/Silver White

Vic Vic Vic SA

1979 1989 1987 1969

Ralt RT2 ARGO JM19 C2 Norax C 1 Prototype Elfin ME5

2000 3900 2300 5000

White Blue/Red/White Blue/White Black/Red

Vic NSW Vic Qld Vic NSW NSW Vic Vic Vic Vic NSW Qld Qld Vic Vic Vic

1984 1984 1983 1984 1984 1981 1980 1984 1982 1980 1982 1984 1980 1983 1984 1983 1984

Royale RP37 Tiga SC 84 Lola T590 Tiga SC-84 Tiga Tiga SC 81 Lola T590 Lola T596 Tiga SC82 Tiga SC80 Tiga SC82 Royale RP37 Tiga SC80 Lola S2000 Royale RP37 March Tiga SC84

1995 1993 2000 1993 2000 1993 2000 2000 2000 2000 1993 1993 2000 2000 1993 2000 2000

Red Orange White/Black Yellow Blue Red Red White White Orange Red Red/Yellow Silver Yellow Black White Black

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ffered for sale is this very rare 1959 ELFIN GTS. It is the only coupe Elfin ever built.

In 1959 Gary Cooper & George Spanos sat down and discussed the design of the GTS coupe for the new GT Class. During the discussion, Gary and George had sketched a side profile of the GTS coupe, which George was happy with, a deal was made and the coupe was built. The Elfin is still owned by George today. It has a very extensive documented race history in Australia within the period from 1960 to 2013 and raced by George Spanos & Wayne Sayers. That is when, in 2014 George and the Elfin retired from motor racing. The Elfin has a full tube space frame chassis and handmade aluminium body. The engine is a race prepared BMC 1500 B series with steel crank

shaft, forged pistons, H beam conrods, Derrington alloy cross flow head with twin 45mm Webbers. It has MGA alloy cased CR gearbox, the diff is BMC A series with 3.9 ratio. The front brakes are discs with twin piston Girling calipers and rear brakes are drum.

The Elfin has never had to be restored as it has always been maintained to a high standard for motor racing, the whole car is in immaculate condition. This Elfin is race ready and Road registered with Victorian number plates (ELFIN). FOR SALE $245,000.00 Wayne Sayers Ph: 0408 512 402


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VACC

Events 27 & 38

VACC - You're in good hands Saturday 10.35 pm & 2.35 pm

Groups M & O Sports & Racing & F Vee ~ Event 27 - 5 Laps & Event 38 - 5 Laps

No Driver

State Year Car

Formula Junior 2 Grant Craft 8 Kim Shearn 40 Denis Lesslie 63 Noel Bryen 254 J.R. Mitchell 948 Doug Elcomb M Racing 75 Robert McConville 96 Cameron Edwards M Sports 3 James Calder 16 Timothy Wright 27 James Pepper M Sports 73 Keith Martin 132 Tony Burrage 194 Pedro Silva 831 Jeff Brown O Racing 30 Norman Falkiner

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Triple C Historic Racing

Vic Vic Vic

1965 1963 1963

UK Vic UK Vic

1971 1965 1965 1983

Vic

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USA NSW NSW SA NSW Vic NSW Vic Vic

1970 1970 1968 1969 1969 1969 1968 1968 1966

NSW Vic Vic Qld NSW NSW

1967 1966 1969 1962 1965 1969

Vic

1974 Cheetah MK 4

Vic Vic Vic Vic SA NSW NSW Vic NSW Vic Vic Vic Vic

1978 1984 1985 1981 1984 1981 1974 1966 1977 1984 1984 1984 1985

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Capacity

0-1100cc 1098 1048 1100 1100 1100 1011 0-1500cc Cooper T75 F2 1325 Over 1500cc Rennmax BN6 1990 0-1500cc Lotus Super Seven 1498 Elfin Mallala 1498 Elfin Clubman 1500 Over 1500cc Dulon Dino LD10B 1987 Rennmax 23B 1598 Ford GT40 4700 Chevron B16 1800 0-1500cc Elfin Mono 1500 1500-3000cc Chevron B17b 1600 Brabham BT29 1600 Neal Ford Mk2 1600 Brabham BT30 1600 Brabham BT29 1558 Elfin 600 1600 Brabham BT21-C 1600 Brabham BT31 2500 Brabham BT16 1598 1500-3000cc Elfin 300 2000 Elfin 400 4400 Detomaso Mangusta 4990 Nemesis Ford Special 1500 Nota Sunbeam Clubman 1500 Milano GT2 3300

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11 Travis Engen 12 Wayne Wilson 25 Herbert Neal 32 Sean Whelan 36 Raymond Stubber 53 Nicholas Bennett 91 John Ashwell 126 Peter Strauss 138 Keith Simpson O Sports 6 William Walker 14 William Hemming 28 Perry Spiridis 29 Richard Sorensen 66 Trevor Booth 72 Scott Whittaker Invited 44 Hugh Gartley Formula Vee 4 Grant Kelly 7 Matthew Scott 9 Conor Ryan 26 Andrew Grevis-James 37 Donald Greiveson 38 Geoffrey Stone 51 Elizabeth Bailey 58 Harold Roberts 69 Nigel Hook 77 Clive Brook 80 Christopher Jackson 83 Dean McLaughlan 99 Ross McLaughlan

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Brabham BT2 Lotus 20/22 FJ Piranha Mark111 Rennmax BN1 Lotus 18 Dreossi Special

Stag Elfin NG Daveric Elfin NG Spectre N.G Type Elfin NG GAS Elfin F Vee 500 Ranger Ranger Elfin NG EP Avanti Elfin KPS Predator PAC1

1298 0-1200cc 1192 1200 1200 1200 1192 1192 1192 1192 1192 1192 1200 1200 1198

Colour Blue Green/Yellow Blue Portsea Blue Yellow Silver/Red Red/Blue White Green Red Black/Red Red Green Green Black Silver Blue Blue Yellow Red Orange/White White Green/Gold Blue/Yellow Black/Red White Orange Blue Green Black Black Orange Blue/Orange Blue/Orange Yellow Red/Blue White/Blue Red White White/Red Silver Silver Blue Black Yellow/Blue

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Groups A & C Historic Touring Cars ~ Event 28 - 5 Laps & Event 39 - 5 Laps No Driver

Events 28 & 39

Saturday 10.55 am & 2.55 pm

State Year Car

Capacity

Dutton Garage Bob Holden Motors Bob Holden Motors

Vic NSW Qld Qld

1992 1988 1983 1983

0-2000cc 2000 1587 1587 2000

90 Craig Foster 130 Brian Henderson

TTA/Just JDM Imports Peter Jackson

Qld Qld

25 27 44 46 56 87 251

JPS

Qld Qld NSW Vic Qld Qld NSW

1986 Toyota Corolla AE86 GT Coupe 1587 1986 Nissan DR30 RSX 1990 2001-3000cc 1985 BMW 325i 2494 Black 1992 BMW E30 M3 2492 White 1987 BMW M3 2300 Black 1987 BMW M3 2332 White 1987 BMW M3 2302 White 1987 BMW E30 M3 2332 JPS Black 1992 BMW E30 M3 2492 Yellow Over 3000cc 1984 Jaguar TWR XJS 5343 Green/White 1992 Nissan GTR R32 Skyline 2600T GIO Red 1985 Ford Mustang 4999 Green 1990 Ford Sierra RS500 1994T Red 1990 Ford Sierra Cosworth RS500 1993T Yellow 1987 Commodore 4980 Black 1990 Ford Sierra 3000T Blue 1988 Nissan HR31 1998T white 1988 Ford Sierra RS500 1998T White 1986 Volvo 240T 2192T White 1992 Commodore 4980 White/Blue 0-2000cc 1977 BMW 320i 2000 White/Blue 1975 Isuzu Gemini 1861 White 1972 Alfa Romeo GTV 2000 1962 Red/White/Green 1970 Ford Escort Twin Cam 1613 Silver Fox 1984 Mazda RX7 1300 White 1976 Isuzu Gemini Coupe 1817 Blue 2001-3000cc 1980 Ford Capri 3.0S 2994 White/Blue/Red 3001cc & over 1984 Holden VH 5000 Yellow 1981 Commodore VC 5047 Wh/Yellow/Black 1977 Holden A9X Torana 5047 White/Gold/Black 1974 Holden Torana L34 5000 Red/White/Blue 1981 Commodore VC 5047 White/Red/Blue 1981 Ford Falcon XD 5760 Black 1984 BMW 635C 3500 Black 1979 Ford Falcon XD 5880 White/Blue 1983 Mazda RX-7 4584 White-Red/Blue 1982 Ford XE Falcon 5800 Black/Red/Yellow 1982 BMW 635CSI (JPS) 3500 Black/Gold

Group A 8 George Nakas 13 Bob Holden 41 David Paterson 64 Craig Neilson

David Harris Duncan Mackellar David Towe Bill Cutler Kyle Alford Peter Jones Richard Allen

10 Mike Roddy 14 Anthony Alford 17 Terry Lawlor 18 Christopher Stillwell 20 Carey McMahon 29 Paul Axiak 30 Glenn Seton 52 Mark Eddy 85 Bryan Sala 94 John Bowe 140 Adrian Allisey Group C 21 Adrian Brady 32 Gavin Adamson 40 Richard Magoffin 54 Cole Spender 65 Phillip Verwoert 93 Stephen Axisa

E.S.S. Garage Doors JONES Motorsport Benson & Hedges Racing Mike Roddy Motor Sport Greens Tuff B&H Racing

The Roadworthy Shop Mark Petch Forte Lift Services HAT U & I Motorsport Gil Gordon Alfa

Vic NSW NSW Vic Vic NSW

Custom Air Racing

35 Carl Muller 3 4 6 9 11 22 31 49 51 83 141

Milton Seferis Lindsay Woollard Anthony Sawford Rodney Hatfield Jeff Trembath John Mina Jim Richards Ian Ross Christopher Bowden George Nittis Dean How

Vic Qld NSW Vic NSW NSW Vic Vic Vic NZ Vic

Vic Highbury Automotive Civilcom Vic Tony Torana Racing Dustings Race Team Greenbay Communications The Ross Partnership Ecurie Bowden Blaze Perf/Ocean Foods Peninsula BM

Vic Vic Vic Vic Vic Vic Vic Vic Qld Qld Vic

Ford Sierra Toyota Corolla Toyota Corolla Sprinter Mitsubishi Starion

Colour Red White/Red White/Red White/Orange/ Yellow Red/White White/Blue

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Groups J, K, Lb & Invited ~ Event 29 - 5 Laps ~ Event 40 - 5 Laps No Driver

State Year Car

Group Ka 6 Charles McCabe 7 Paddins Dowling 16 Graeme Raper Group Kb 5 Peter Statton 11 Jim Russell Lb Racing 56 James Elphick 64 Richard Willis 89 John Medley 110 John Anderson 115 Max Pegram 123 Robert Boast 139 John Gillett

Lubrimax Oils

1 John Virgo 2 Rod Jolley 3 Barry Cannell 8 Robert Schapel 10 William Marchi 12 Bob Harborow 13 Gregory Smith 16 Marc Valvekens 21 Ian Nuttall 22 Nick Mcdonald 28 Leslie Wright 30 Julian Bronson 32 Guy Plante 44 Richard Parnell 45 John Rowe 50 David Reid 51 Ronald Reid 77 Patrick Ryan 162 John Clark 301 Edwin Mitchell 916 Raymond Sprague Lb Sports 18 Edward Woods 27 Samantha Dymond 31 Paul Griffin 39 Scotty Taylor 96 Peter McKnight 111 Daniel McIndoe 58 Shane Bowden 61 Ian Mawson 92 Geoffrey Wright 156 Phil Aitken 221 John Rundell Invited 15 John Evans 47 Adam Berryman 53 Donald Thallon 80 Colin Sullivan 99 Dick O'Keefe

Schapelli Racing

Temco Distributors Team R Team R

Select Owners Corp Ballarat Asset Recording

Performance Ignition

Events 29 & 40

Saturday 11.15 am & 3.15 pm

Capacity

UK UK Vic

1936 ERA R5B 1936 ERA R10B 1948 George Reed Spl Monoskate

Vic Vic

Colour

2000 1500 4512

Blue Black Silver/Blue

1939 Ford V8 Special 1934 Ford Racer

Red/Silver White

NSW NSW NSW Vic Vic Vic Vic

1956 1960 1960 1956 1960 1958 1949

Green Red Blue/Silver Red Red Bronze Red

SA UK UK SA UK Vic Vic UK UK Vic NSW NSW UK UK NSW NSW ACT Vic UK NSW Vic

1954 1958 1959 1948 1960 1946 1953 1959 1952 1957 1958 1959 1953 1960 1958 1959 1955 1956 1962 1949 1947

Vic Vic UK Tas Vic Vic

1961 1960 1954 1956 1956 1957

Vic Vic Vic Vic Vic

1958 1960 1958 1956 1956

3965 3900 0-1500cc Gazelle Ford 10 Special 1172 Nota Major 1498 Nota Formula Junior 1100 Elfin Cooper Butler 1495 Gemini Ford Mk11 FJ 1100 MG TC Special 1325 MG TC Special S/C 1350 1500 & Over Riley Special 2946 Lister Jaguar Monzanapolis 3800 Cooper T51 2500 MG TC Supercharged 1366 Cooper T53 2300 Maybach Special Mk1 4200 MG-Holden Monoposto 2550 Aston Martin DBR4 2992 ALTA F2 1971 Holden Repco 2549 Dalro Jaguar Formula Libre 3567 Scarab GP 2500 Cooper Bristol 1971 Walker Cooper 2495 Cooper F2 1968 Lukey T43 Faux Pas 2550 Prad Mk 3 Holden Repco 2447 Demmitt Fueling Spl Speed Car 4639 Cooper Climax T51 1500 TS Special Mono Posto 4788 Solar Midget 4506 0-1500cc Elfin Streamliner 1100 Lola Mk1 1220 Connaught SRT4 ALSR 1474 Cooper Bobtail 1460 Aarons Lotus MK 9 1494 Elford KM-200 1209 1500cc & Over PRAD 5 Sports 2262 Ausca Triumph 2200 MG Regah Special 1800 Coad Vauxhall 2500 Ausca 2549

Vic Vic Qld Vic Vic

1959 1964 1961 1959 1959

Elfin Streamliner Cooper T70 Cooper T53 F1 Elfin Streamliner Photon Lotus 11 Rep

1550 2500 2500 1600 998

Red Silver Green/Red Silver Green Blue Red/Yellow Green Green Blue Green Blue/White Dark Blue Blue BRG Red Red Silver Blue/Orange Dark Green Black Red Black/Red BRG White/Blue BRG/Silver Red Maroon Red Red Yellow/Green Red Red BRG Green/Red BRG Red

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Events 30 & 41

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Groups Q & R Racing & Invited Cars ~ Event 30 - 5 Laps & Event 41 - 5 Laps

No Driver

State Year Car

Formula 5000 7 Darcy Russell 9 Alfredo Costanzo 68 Geoff Munday 74 Dean Camm 330 Frank Harris Racing Team VDS Pty Ltd Q Racing 3 Raymond Stubber Angelo Orloff 6 Andrew Makin Performance Ignition Services 11 Travis Engen 12 Dean Tighe 48 Andrew Ford 72 John Gale 75 John Turnbull 76 Bruce Hamilton 172 Andy Newall R Racing 1 Alfredo Costanzo 14 Simon Gardiner Torque Racing Brake Fluid 23 John Pyke 24 Malcolm Oastler 25 Ken Bedggood Penrite Oil Co 27 Donald Hume 28 Guido Belgiorno-Nettis 33 Ian Ross 37 Peter Whelan 40 Vincent Holland 63 Andrew Robson 77 Luc Botton 78 Richard Warland équipe Vieux 80 Edward Gavin 88 Ben Allen CubeSmart 97 David Crabtree Crabtree 112 Andrew McCarthy 19 John Bowe 133 Ian Buddery 2 Bo Jensen 49 Rohan Carrig

Vic Vic Vic Vic Vic

1972 1970 1975 1974 1973

NSW Vic USA Qld SA NSW Qld USA UK

1972 1973 1976 1971 1974 1972 1975 1970 1972

Vic SA Vic NSW Vic Vic NSW NSW SA Qld Vic NSW SA NSW Vic Vic Vic

1981 1978 1982 1976 1983 1981 1985 1985 1987 1982 1986 1987 1981 1982 1988 1987 1983

Skoal Bandit

Vic NSW

1974 1986

CRD Motorsport

SA Vic

1989 1990

Capacity

Colour

5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 0-2000cc March 722 2000 March 73B 1600 Ralt RT1 1600 Brabham BT36 1600 Birrana 274 1598 March 722 - Formula 2 1998 Rennmax BN7 1594 Brabham BT36 2000 Elfin 622 1600 0-2000cc Tiga FA 81 1600 Chevron B42 2000 Tiga FA82 1600 Kaditcha AF2 1600 Cheetah MK8 1598 Ralt RT4 1600 Ferrari 156/85 1500 Lola THL1-F1 1500 Ralt RT4 1600 Ralt RT4 1600 Ralt RT4 1600 Cheetah Formula 2 1600 Ralt RT4 1598 Cheetah Mk 8 AF2 1600 Ralt RT4 1600 Ralt RT4 1600 Ralt RT4 1600 2000-3000 March 741 2997 March 86C 2650 Over 3000cc Shrike 89GB 3800 Hocking 901 3800

Red Red Orange/White Black Red

Lola T/330 McLaren M10B Elfin MR5B Chevron B24 Chevron B24

Red/Yellow Blue/White Orange Blue Yellow Red Black Orange Dark Blue Blue & white White/Blue Blue/White Blue/Yellow Black/Gold Blue/White Red Red Red/Blue Red Black/Red Burgundy Black Black Red Blue Red/White Orange Green Red White

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MYRNIONG Classes  Open Wheel Cars to 1960  Production Sports Cars to 1975  Touring Cars to 1970  Invitation Period Cars  Clubman Cars (Period)  www.austin7club.org

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Historic Touring Cars over 3 litres ~ Event 31 - 5 Laps ~ Event 42 - 5 Laps No Driver

State Year Car

Group Nb 26 Jervis Ward 39 Brett Baker 64 Martin White 66 Shane Attwell 132 Robert Munday 160 Ian Mewett 164 Wayne Walters Group Nc 13 Peter McNiven 14 Stephen Pillekers 29 Andrew Girvan 32 Stuart Young 48 Mark Blyfield 59 Andrew Williams 68 Craig Allan 79 Alfred Bargwanna 92 Elliot Barbour 125 Robert Smith 145 Nathan Gordon

SS IP ISL AND

CL SS IC

VH

ILL

A

RR

IC

VH

CL A

RR

Brett Hotchkin Rusty French Albert Mann Darren Smith Wesley Charles Garry Treloar Mark Le Vaillant Richard Fairlam Rodney Hotchkin Brian Wood Joe Calleja Ross Muller Darren Pearce Andrew Clempson Angelo Taranto Andrew Lane Darren Collins

PH

Autobarn

Vic Vic Vic NSW SA Vic Qld NSW Vic SA Vic

1972 1972 1973 1972 1972 1972 1972 1972 1972 1972 1972

Vic NSW Vic Vic Vic Vic Vic Vic Qld ACT NSW

1972 1968 1968 1965 1968 1968 1968 1972 1972 1967 1964

Vic Vic Vic Vic Qld Vic NSW Vic Vic Qld Vic NSW Tas Vic Vic Vic Vic

1971 1969 1969 1971 1971 1968 1971 1972 1971 1971 1969 1967 1968 1969 1967 1969 1969

Clean Fleet Truck Detailing

4 6 7 9 10 20 25 34 40 41 44 61 69 72 81 89 97

I P I S LA N D

1964 1964 1964 1965 1965 1961 1964

Forte Lift Services

Glenn Miles Darryl Hansen Leo Tobin Darrin Davies Fraser Ross Andrew Whiteside Chris Stern Les Walmsley Craig Robertson Benjamin Wilkinson Harry Bargwanna

ILL

Vic Qld Qld NSW NSW Qld Vic

A W Automatics

16 45 46 54 65 73 85 99 131 189 197

PH

The Creative Parrot John White Racing Engines John White Racing Engines

Stuart Young Real Estate

Davidson Race Engines Davies Motorsport The Ross Partnership CRUZ Racing Team Treloar Roses

John White Racing Treloar Roses MM Auto Electrical Pty Ltd Davidson Race Engines

Tarosa Stairs

Events 31 & 42

Saturday 11.55 am & 3.55 pm

Capacity

Colour

Over 3000cc Ford Falcon Rallye Sprint 4723 White with Stripes Chevrolet Nova 5300 Black/Orange Ford Falcon Rallye Sprint 4799 White Ford Mustang 4799 Green/Silver Ford Mustang 4868 Yellow Jaguar MK 2 3800 Light Grey Studebaker Lark 4638 Blue 3001-3500cc Holden Torana 3300 White Holden Torana GTR XU1 3310 Red Holden Torana LJ 3298 Green Holden Torana XU-1 3310 Purple Torana GTR XU-1 3310 Tangerine Torana GTR XU-1 3310 Blue Torana GTR XU-1 3300 Allan Orange Holden Torana 3300 Orange Holden Torana xu1 3033 Orange Holden Torana 3369 Yellow Holden GTR XU1 3353 Blue 3500-5000cc Valiant Charger 4340 Yellow Ford Mustang 5000 Grey Ford Mustang 5000 Orange Ford Mustang 4735 White Red/Blue Ford Mustang 5000 White/Black Ford Mustang Coupe Trans Am 5000 Calypso Coral Ford Mustang 4942 Orange Chrysler E49 Charger 4400 Silver Grey Valiant Charger E49 RT 4300 Hot Mustard Ford Mustang 4991 Silver Ford Mustang 4700 Orange Over 5000cc Ford GTHO 5800 Red Ford Mustang 5800 Black Camaro 69 5775 Blue/Yellow Ford XYGT Falcon 5800 White Ford Falcon XY GTHO 5800 White/Green Chevrolet Camaro 6625 Blue Ford Falcon XYGT 5800 White Holden HQ 5045 Red Ford XY GTHO 5800 Blue Ford XY Falcon GT 5800 Red Ford Mustang 5766 Yellow Chevrolet SS 5359 Burgundy Chevrolet Camaro 5500 Yellow Ford Mustang 5800 White Chev Camaro 6000 Yellow Mustang Fastback 5800 Black Chevrolet Camaro 5815 White

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CoolDrive 40,000 Components available in every part of Australia Formula Ford ~ Event 32 - 5 Laps & Event 43 - 5 Laps No Driver

State Year Car

Group Fa 9 Phillip Randall 17 Lyndon Arnel 24 Damian Sykes 32 Jacob Bonisch 35 Warwick Foletta 46 Philip Oakes 70 Ian Gray 73 Graeme Degotardi 91 Ronald Guppy 117 Craig Degotardi Group Fb 4 John Greig 10 Geoffrey Walters 23 Ian Edgar 27 Scott Blake 30 Andrew Lamrock 33 Claire Greig 49 Eric Bellamy 54 Raymond Stubber 60 John van Leeuwen 65 Wayne Groeger 77 Jennifer Mullan 342 Kevin Kosa Group Fc 1 Andrew McInnes 3 Richard Davison 6 Todd Willing 7 Cameron Walters 8 David Roberts 14 Steven Willing 20 David Hardman 21 John Blanchard 31 Peter Major 40 Daniel Holihan 41 Neil Richardson 43 Jamie Jardine 47 Adrian Wilkinson 48 Patrick Mullins 51 Jonathan Miles 53 Mark Lowing 57 Chris Hogden 63 Ben Robson 66 James Harvey 74 Timothy Blanchard 86 Dimitrios Zartaloudis 88 Matthew Cowley 94 Paul Faulkner 97 Andrew Goldie 101 Don Boyack

Ecurie Crossle

Ecurie Australie Valvoline Beanbagshop.com.au/CIL Classic Eng BioSteel 2iiD Ecurie Australie VariVac Drive Safe Australia Barwon Tyre Centre Ecurie Australie Penrite Oil Co. Mitch Dowd Ecurie Australie Walters Racing/Synergy Red Star Motorsport CoolDrive MOG Sport

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Events 32 & 43

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Capacity

Colour

Vic Vic Vic Vic Vic NSW Qld NSW SA NSW

1974 1977 1973 1977 1975 1970 1973 1973 1971 1971

Hawke DL15 Lola T440 Van Diemen FA73 Crossle 32F Van Diemen RF75 Elfin 600 Lola 340 Bowin P6F Lola T204 Elfin 600

1600 1600 1599 1600 1599 1598 1600 1598 1600 1598

Yellow Black/Silver Black/Red Maroon Oxford Blue Orange Blue Blue Blue Green

Vic NSW Vic SA Vic Vic Vic NSW NSW Vic IRE Vic

1982 1981 1983 1984 1983 1984 1980 1982 1980 1981 1984 1973

Reynard FF82 Elwyn 003/1 Lola T642A Reynard 84FF Reynard Formula Ford Reynard FF84 Wren Formula Ford Royale RP31M Van Diemen RF80 Van Diemen RF81 Reynard FF84 Lola 340/342

1600 1600 1598 1600 1598 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1598

White Green red Yellow Blue Red/White White Blue/Orange Yellow/White Red Black Black/Red

Vic Vic Vic NSW Qld Vic Vic Vic WA NSW SA UK Vic SA Vic NSW UK Vic UK Vic Vic UK Vic NSW UK

1989 1989 1986 1986 1989 1989 1989 1988 1989 1985 1989 1986 1989 1986 1989 1988 1988 1988 1988 1988 1989 1988 1986 1988 1989

Van Diemen RF89 Van Diemen RF89 Van Diemen RF86 Van Diemen RF86 Swift FB89 Swift FB89 Van Diemen RF89 Van Diemen RF88 Van Diemen RF89 Swift DB1 Swift Van Diemen RF89 Van Diemen RF86 Van Diemen RF89 Van Diemen RF86 Van Diemen RF89 Van Diemen RF88 Van Diemen RF88 Van Diemen RF88 Reynard RF88 Van Diemen RF88 Van Diemen RF89 Reynard 87F Van Diemen RF86 Van Diemen RF88 Van Diemen RF89

1600 1600 1600 1600 1598 1600 1600 1598 1600 1600 1598 1600 1600 1600 1600 1598 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1599 1600 1598 1600

Red Blue/Orange Blue Yellow Red White Yellow Leyton Blue Green Yellow White Blue Red Yellow Blue Blue Black Blue Yellow Blue Red Silver Yellow/Blue Yellow Blue

The VHRR was established in 1976 to promote Historic Motor Racing in Victoria, and where possible assist with its growth throughout Australia.

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Events 33 & 44

SHANNONS

Insurance for Motoring Enthusiasts Saturday 12.40 pm & 4.40 pm

Division 1 Regularity

No Driver

Event 33 - 15 mins & Event 44 - 15 mins State Year Car

Div 1 Regularity 1 Shane Lee 2 Rod Jolley 3 Barry Cannell 5 Daniel Jeffries 6 Charles McCabe 7 Paddins Dowling 10 William Marchi 14 Steven Boyle 15 Jonathon Camp 16 Marc Valvekens 17 Ronald Townley 18 Tony Alford 20 Terence Forrest 21 Ian Nuthall 23 David Dumolo 24 Geoffrey Boyd 27 Timothy Hook 28 Andrew Stuchbery 30 Julian Bronson 31 Paul Griffin 32 Guy Plante 35 Alan Telfer 40 William Vaughan 42 Martin Utber 43 Robert Pinkerton 44 Richard Parnell 50 Bruce Jones 51 Rex Robinson 52 Rodney Mathers 53 Christopher Webb 54 Gerard Knapp 58 Nick Crocitti 60 Peter Smith 62 Francis Robinson 71 Ross Wilson 74 Thomas Ffrench 75 Kevin West 77 John Noble 80 Colin Sullivan 81 Graham Facey 91 Stephen Ashwell 96 Shane O Brien 97 Trevor Montgomery 100 Julian Valmorbida 111 Daniel McIndoe 131 Vern Schuppan 135 Richard Longes 151 Hamish MacLennan 156 Terry Old 162 John Clark 175 Peter Axford 196 Scott Pigdon 211 Christopher Terdich 458 Robert Sales

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Vic UK UK SA USA UK UK NSW Vic UK Vic Qld Vic UK Qld NSW Vic Vic UK UK UK Qld Vic Vic NSW UK NSW ACT NSW Vic NSW Vic NSW Vic SA Vic Vic Vic Vic Vic NSW Vic Vic Vic Vic Vic NSW Vic NSW UK SA Vic Vic Vic

1968 1958 1959 1960 1936 1936 1960 1973 1959 1959 1939 1987 1953 1952 1960 1958 1956 1928 1959 1954 1953 1926 1960 1961 1955 1960 1956 1966 1952 1953 1974 1934 1963 1939 1960 1951 1987 1956 1959 1938 1968 1953 1928 1967 1957 1948 1927 1968 1973 1962 1970 1964 1968 1938

Capacity

Colour

Elfin Formula Vee 1192 Orange Lister Jaguar Monzanapolis 3800 Silver Cooper T51 2500 Green/Red Elfin Streamliner 998 Red ERA R5B 2000 Blue ERA R10B 1488 Black Cooper T53 2300 Green Alfa Romeo GTV2000 1962 White/Yellow Elfin Streamliner 1550 Red Aston Martin DBR4 2992 Green BWA Special 1500 Blue Nissan HR31 2000 Red/White/Blue JSR Sports 4000 Blue ALTA F2 1971 Green Triumph TR3A 2187 Primrose Porsche 356 1740 Beige Austin Healey BN2 2600 Black/Red Stutz Boat tail speedster 5000 Red Scarab GP 2500 Blue/White Connaught SRT4 ALSR 1474 Green Cooper Bristol 1971 Dark Blue Bugatti 37 / 35B 2300 Yellow Austin Healey Sprite Mk 1 1275 BRG Vauxhall Cresta 2600 White/Blue Peugeot Belchamp GP 1500 Blue Walker Cooper 2495 Blue Ford Zephyr Special 2600 Red Mallock U2 Mk6 1500 Blue HWM Replica 3400 Silver Jaguar XK120 DHC 3400 Red Alfa Romeo 1600 GT Junior 1600 Mustard Ford Roadster 5358 Black A/Healey Sebring Sprite Replica 1380 Blue Ford Milthorpe 3900 Red Porsche 356B 1600 White Morgan Plus 4 1991 Yellow Norax C 1 Prototype 2300 Blue/White Demmitt Fueling Spl Speed Car 4600 Aluminium Elfin Streamliner 1600 BRG Morris 8 Special 1050 Green Brabham BT21-C 1600 Green/Gold Austin Healey 100/4 BN1 2725 Green Alfa Romeo 6C Sohc S/C 1500 Red Alfa Romeo Guila 2000 White Elford KM-200 1209 Red Lago Talbot T26C 4500 Blue Bugatti 35B 2330 Blue MG B 1800 Red MG MGB GT 3500 Black Cooper Climax T51 1500 Blue/Orange Alfa Romeo Junior Zagato 1433 Yellow SAAB 96 841 Brown MG MGB 1980 Blue Marsel Special 4200 Black/Aluminium


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Event 45

Glenfern Road Romsey Victoria Ph: 03 5429 5428 Fax: 03 5429 5655 www.cope-williams.com.au Formula Ford No Driver

State Year Car

CL

PH

ILL

IP ISL AND

CL A

SS

RR

IC IC

VH

I P I S LA N D

SS

VH

ILL

A

RR

Group Fa 9 Phillip Randall 17 Lyndon Arnel 24 Damian Sykes 32 Jacob Bonisch 35 Warwick Foletta 46 Philip Oakes 70 Ian Gray 73 Graeme Degotardi 91 Ronald Guppy 117 Craig Degotardi Group Fb 4 John Greig 10 Geoffrey Walters 23 Ian Edgar 27 Scott Blake 30 Andrew Lamrock 33 Claire Greig 49 Eric Bellamy 54 Raymond Stubber 60 John van Leeuwen 65 Wayne Groeger 77 Jennifer Mullan 342 Kevin Kosa Group Fc 1 Andrew McInnes 3 Richard Davison 6 Todd Willing 7 Cameron Walters 8 David Roberts 14 Steven Willing 20 David Hardman 21 John Blanchard 31 Peter Major 40 Daniel Holihan 41 Neil Richardson 43 Jamie Jardine 47 Adrian Wilkinson 48 Patrick Mullins 51 Jonathan Miles 53 Mark Lowing 57 Chris Hogden 63 Ben Robson 66 James Harvey 74 Timothy Blanchard 86 Dimitrios Zartaloudis 88 Matthew Cowley 94 Paul Faulkner 97 Andrew Goldie 101 Don Boyack

PH

5 Laps

Ecurie Crossle

Ecurie Australie Valvoline Beanbagshop.com.au/CIL Classic Eng BioSteel 2iiD Ecurie Australie VariVac Drive Safe Australia Barwon Tyre Centre Ecurie Australie Penrite Oil Co. Mitch Dowd Ecurie Australie Walters Racing/Synergy Red Star Motorsport CoolDrive MOG Sport

Ecurie Australie Ecurie Australie Exedra Motorsport Norwood Car Care

Sunday 9.05 am

Capacity

Colour

Vic Vic Vic Vic Vic NSW Qld NSW SA NSW

1974 1977 1973 1977 1975 1970 1973 1973 1971 1971

Hawke DL15 Lola T440 Van Diemen FA73 Crossle 32F Van Diemen RF75 Elfin 600 Lola 340 Bowin P6F Lola T204 Elfin 600

1600 1600 1599 1600 1599 1598 1600 1598 1600 1598

Yellow Black/Silver Black/Red Maroon Oxford Blue Orange Blue Blue Blue Green

Vic NSW Vic SA Vic Vic Vic NSW NSW Vic IRE Vic

1982 1981 1983 1984 1983 1984 1980 1982 1980 1981 1984 1973

Reynard FF82 Elwyn 003/1 Lola T642A Reynard 84FF Reynard Formula Ford Reynard FF84 Wren Formula Ford Royale RP31M Van Diemen RF80 Van Diemen RF81 Reynard FF84 Lola 340/342

1600 1600 1598 1600 1598 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1598

White Green red Yellow Blue Red/White White Blue/Orange Yellow/White Red Black Black/Red

Vic Vic Vic NSW Qld Vic Vic Vic WA NSW SA UK Vic SA Vic NSW UK Vic UK Vic Vic UK Vic NSW UK

1989 1989 1986 1986 1989 1989 1989 1988 1989 1985 1989 1986 1989 1986 1989 1988 1988 1988 1988 1988 1989 1988 1986 1988 1989

Van Diemen RF89 Van Diemen RF89 Van Diemen RF86 Van Diemen RF86 Swift FB89 Swift FB89 Van Diemen RF89 Van Diemen RF88 Van Diemen RF89 Swift DB1 Swift Van Diemen RF89 Van Diemen RF86 Van Diemen RF89 Van Diemen RF86 Van Diemen RF89 Van Diemen RF88 Van Diemen RF88 Van Diemen RF88 Reynard RF88 Van Diemen RF88 Van Diemen RF89 Reynard 87F Van Diemen RF86 Van Diemen RF88 Van Diemen RF89

1600 1600 1600 1600 1598 1600 1600 1598 1600 1600 1598 1600 1600 1600 1600 1598 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1599 1600 1598 1600

Red Blue/Orange Blue Yellow Red White Yellow Leyton Blue Green Yellow White Blue Red Yellow Blue Blue Black Blue Yellow Blue Red Silver Yellow/Blue Yellow Blue

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Groups Sc & Invited Production Sports Cars - 5 Laps No Driver Group Sb 2 Joseph Dibartolo 5 Laurie Sellers 8 Terry Lawlor 37 Kevin Luke 39 Graeme Downer 46 Phillip Ross 59 Tony Antoun 65 Ray Narkiewicz 188 Rowan Pinder Group Sc 15 Christopher Blanden 23 Graeme Noonan 48 Glenn Campbell 53 Grant Craft 57 Colin Connaughton 60 Michael Byrne 61 Mike Oliver 88 Metodia Karanfilovski 91 Adriano Dimauro 105 Richard East 144 Lyndon Mcleod 6 22 52 141

Hung Do Jeffrey Thomas Dale Ashby Kyle Alford

9 12 13 27 41 45 67 69 73 911

Stanley Adler David Withers James Calvert Jones Wayne Seabrook Geoffrey Morgan Tony Floreani Peter Eames Stephen Smith Peter Boylan Douglas Barbour

7 14 19 72 85

State Year Car

Shelby Boys Racing Team Lady Luck Racing Shelby Boys Racing Team Franke/KWC SHELBY BOYS RACE TEAM Synergy Packaging Red Rondel Racing Statler & Waldorf racing

Algo Trading Services Donut King Performance 9 Travelplan Ski Holidays Jimjoca Motorsport Sydney Sports Apparel Maxwell Motorsport Surimex Pacific Environmental Boylan

Paul Blackie Profloor Portable Flooring Tom Walstab Timothy Lynas N/A Ross Jackson Stephanos Constantinidis

Vic NSW NSW NSW NSW Vic NSW Vic Vic

1969 1966 1966 1966 1969 1969 1966 1965 1967

Vic Vic Vic NSW NSW Vic Vic NSW Vic Vic NSW

1974 1971 1979 1974 1977 1975 1978 1979 1973 1969 1976

Vic Vic SA Qld

1972 1974 1974 1972

Qld NSW Vic NSW NSW Vic Vic NSW NSW NSW

1975 1974 1976 1976 1975 1975 1976 1977 1974 1976

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The car was driven by Mark Donohue at MidOhio 17/8/69 where he qualified 3rd behind the McLaren M8Bs of Denny Hulme and Bruce McLaren. After just 8 laps the car broke a half-shaft just as it had done in practice and the car retired. Roger Penske terminated the entire Can-Am program and sold everything to Eno de Pasquale who retained the Donohue car until 2008. The car was fully restored by Zac Brown before being sold to Aaron Lewis.

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Jason Humble Mark Johnson Kirk Davis Rory O'Neill Benjamin Read Quentin Bland Tony Gilfuis Laurie Griffiths Geoffrey Davis Wayne Rogerson Lawrence Nelson Stephen Land William Attard Alan Mayne

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2351 Green/Beige 1293 Beige 1001-1300 Morris Cooper S 1293 Red Morris Cooper S 1299 Green/White Morris Cooper S 1330 Blue/White Morris Mini Cooper S 1275 White/Black Morris Cooper S 1299 Green/White Morris Cooper S 1299 Blue Morris Cooper S 1293 Green/Yellow Morris Cooper S 1289 Red/Black Morris Cooper S 1300 White Morris Cooper S 1293 Green/Yellow 1301-1600cc Ford Cortina 1590 White/Red Ford Cortina 1592 Red Mini Morris Cooper S 1328 Yellow Ford Lotus Cortina Mk1 1600 Red/Gold Ford Cortina 1598 White/Blue Ford Lotus Cortina 1600 White/green stripe Ford Cortina GT 1598 White/Silver Ford Cortina 1598 Red/Yellow Ford Lotus Cortina 1598 White/Green 1601-2000cc Volvo 122S 1990 White Triumph 2000 1991 Green 2501 - 3000cc Holden EH 2995 Silver 1501-2000cc Datsun 1600 SSS 1640 White Ford Escort Twin Cam 1598 Red Alfa Romeo GTV2000 1962 White/Yellow BMW 2002 1990 Silver Ford Cortina 240 Lotus replica 1600 Red/Gold Alfa Romeo GTV 1968 Blue BMW 2002 1999 Red/Silver BMW 2002 2000 Blue 2001-3000cc Mazda RX2 Coupe 2063 Herschel Orange Porsche 911 ST 2273 Yellow Mazda RX2 2066 Blue Porsche 911T 2200 Grey Mazda RX2 2063 Green Ford Capri 2994 Blue/White Ford Capri 2994 Vermilion Fire Ford Capri 3000 Yellow/Black Mazda RX2 2063 Blue Mazda RX2 Coupe 2063 Black Ford Capri 3014 Red/White Ford Capri 2994 Green/Black Mazda RX2 2063 Yellow Mazda RX2 2063 Black


ERA R5B Charles McCabe

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RA R5B was the second of three B-Types ordered by Prince Chula of Siam for the 'White Mouse' team he ran together with his cousin Prince B.Bira, who was responsible for the driving. To distinguish the new car from its stablemate, R5B was nick-named 'Remus' after one of the two twins that according to myth founded ancient Rome after being raised by a pack of wolves. It was used together R2B, or 'Romulus', during the 1936 season, but it was not nearly as successful as the sister car. It did manage to score a victory in the Albi Grand Prix, although against minimal competition. The following season R5B was used for spares and subsequently sold to Tony Rolt. Rolt was more successful behind the wheel of 'Remus', scoring several victories, highlighted by a win in the 1939 British Empire Trophy at Donnington. R2B was raced in contemporary events until 1949 by John Bolster, until a massive accident ended the car's period career. Fortunately the car was completely rebuilt and has since been one of the most successful ERAs in historic racing events, predominantly in Great Britain. Still liveried in Thailand's racing colours of blue and yellow, it is pictured above during the 2007 Goodwood Revival meeting.

British Motor racing was at an alltime low in 1933, Bentley's Le Mans domination seemed ages away and Britain's last international single seater success dated back to the early 1920s. A wealthy amateur racer felt something had to be done and he provided the finances for setting up a new company. The effort was headed by Raymond Mays, who had already scored many successes with Invictas and in 1933 had campaigned a Riley special. ERA (English Racing Automobiles) was the name picked for the company and cars. Reid Railton was hired as designer of the new car for the Voiturette class. Riley's straight six engine was the logical power choice after Mays' experience with it in 1933. The 'six' was by no means conventional, as it featuring camshafts on either side of the engine. One camshaft operated the intake valves, the other for the exhaust valves, both actuated by pushrods. Two engines were available in the first cars; a 1.1 litre and a 1.5 litre. Assisted by a large Roots-Type Supercharger the latter was good for around 166 bhp. Mated to the modified Riley unit was a Wilson preselector gearbox. Pre-selector gearboxes were very popular in the 1930s. Drivers selected the gear before using the clutch so that the selected gear was

automatically engaged when the clutch was pressed. Railton designed a ladder-frame chassis, much like that of the competitors. Front and rear suspension was made up of live axles, sprung by semi-elliptical leaf springs and damped by Hartford friction shock absorbers. Large drum brakes made sure the ERA stopped quickly to compliment its already fierce acceleration. A series of four A-Type ERAs, R1A through R4A, were built and raced by the works team in 1934 and 1935. For the first privateers, a slightly revised B-Type chassis featuring a more reliable engine became available in 1935. 13 of these were built, R1B through R14B. Chassis number 13 was not used for superstitious reasons. Customers included one of the best known privateers of the era; Prince Birabongse Bhanubandh, 'B.Bira' of Thailand. His three B-Types secured over 20 British and International victories. Most famous of all ERA drivers was Richard Seaman, whose performance in R1B earned him a spot in the MercedesBenz Works racing team. Charles McCabe California USA Pics courtesy www.ultimatecarpage.com & Wouter & Pieter Melissen


Lance Reventlow started Scarab sports cars in 1957 and in 1958 thought about building a Formula 1 Race Car, and, by the end of summer 1959 a rolling chassis had its first test drive at an airfield near Bakersfield, California. By May 1960 three Scarab chassis had been built – Numbers 1 and 2 as complete race cars, and number 3 the spare car, complete minus engine. All the art work for all the three cars had been painted by Von Dutch the famous American vehicle artist. Scarabs were entered and arrived for the 1960 Monaco Grand Prix, but, due to the arrival of the lighter, smaller and faster rear engined cars, the Scarabs were heavy and under powered and, after continual brake problems, they were eight seconds too slow for the final grid. They went on to enter the cars at Zandvoort and Spa, where chassis number 3 had arrived from Culver City, USA. Realising that the Scarab cars could not compete against the rear engined cars,

Lance Reventlow decided not to enter the Silverstone Grand Prix, but, to head back to the USA where he competed at Riverside. The following year Scarab, with Chuck Daigh driving, finished sixth at Goodwood, but, four months later at Silverstone he crashed chassis number 2 and wrote the car off. The car was not salvaged, but, members of RAI saved various parts including front and rear suspension, control arms, shocks and springs and two wheels. Some of the bodywork survived and Dick Troutman built a new Scarab frame to complete the ‘rebuild’ in the mid 1980’s. This left just two original Scarab F1 Race Cars – Chassis Number 1 and Chassis Number 3. Chassis Number 3 was acquired by Donald Devine of the USA in 1964 from two gentlemen from Virginia. The car did not have an engine or transmission, but, was complete with original suspension, fuel tank, drive shaft and had the original bodywork complete with the Von Dutch artwork. He owned the car for six years when it was then sold to a representative of Tom Wheatcroft for his car collection which was to go on to be the Donington Motor Museum, UK. The car was received by the Donington Museum in 1969, but, was not on display

until 1973. It was still minus an engine, but, clearly had an engine before the acquisition due to fuel pipes, pedalry and various connections still in situ. The Scarab Chassis Number 3 was acquired from the Donington Museum by Julian Bronson in November 2010 and since then an Offenhauser engine has been installed, the car given a complete and thorough check and is now a running chassis. Since then the car has enjoyed successes in 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016. It came a close second at the Historique Grand Prix de Monaco in 2016 (the first Scarab to ever compete at the event) and won the Richmond Trophy at the Goodwood Revival in the same year. It was also invited to open the Copenhagen Historic Grand Prix in 2013 and completed several demonstration laps as well as appearing on their local TV. It is now classed as one of the fastest front engined Grand Prix cars in the world. Julian Bronson Images courtesy www.ultimatecarpage.com & Wouter & Pieter Melissen

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E ERA R10B was made in 1936 a as a 1.5litre in black for P N ((Peter) Whitehead. Whitehead and his regular driving partner, a Peter Walker, drove the car P ssingly and as co-drivers. The b best result of the year being a tthird in the important Donington Park Grand Prix for the pair. In P 1937 R10B was raced in Britain, 1 France and Italy. Again both F W Whitehead and Walker drove. T following year, Whitehead The drove the car and had a long but d productive trip to win the 1938 p Australian Grand Prix and The A Rob Roy Hillclimb. R 1 1939 started with Whitehead and R10B having a disappointing R South African winter season. S Back in Britain Whitehead scored B a number of top three finishes. Peter Walker also returned to P rrace R10B before the Second World War called a halt to racing. W M More recently, the car was part of Nick Mason's collection p ffor 25 years until 2005 when iit was acquired by Irishman P Paddins Dowling, who has been campaigning the car on a b rregular basis since. P Paddins Dowling C California

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eptember 1956, delivered to Peter Ashcroft in Southampton who was friends with Jack Morris, son of one of W William Richard Morris' younger sisters. W.R. W Morris started the Morris Motor Company C and in 1952 he bought the Austin M Motor Company. Peter and Jack decided to rally r the A30 all around England and France i their spare time as they we able to get in parts p and support from Jack's uncle easily. In I 1961 the two decided that the A30 would be b more competitive with a stronger engine and a better brakes so they spent their w weekends installing a 1298cc Austin engine

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and Morris brakes front and rear. Jack and Peter then decided to try circuit racing at the Silverstone circuit. The A 30 was raced against Jaguar Mk2 Austin A35, Riley 1.5 at Silverstone, Brands Hatch, Castle Combe and Rockingham. In these races they were quiet competitive making a few podiums. Unfortunately with the years the competitor cars became more and more powerful with Mustangs and E-Types and Jack and Peter started to lose interest and family time started to take over. After some years in a garage Peter finally sold the car to Gunter Brachlow, a German MG collector in

1975. Gunter rallied it for some years again in timed German rallies before storing it in his workshop when he fell ill with cancer. After his recovery he decided to restore the car and stripped it completely to weld rusty parts. Unfortunately the cancer came back and Gunter died in 2011. My father who was a friend of his bought the stripped chassis from his wife and we put a lot of work into it to get it back together as it was, with an A-series engine and the MG brakes. Rhea Sautter Stukenbrock Germany


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harles and his son John Cooper operated a Vauxhall dealership after World War Two. They keenly recognised the need for cheap and simple racing cars, during a time when everything in England was still rather scarce, and motor racing was not seen as a direct necessity.

ideas very quickly, and by mid 1946 Cooper had constructed its first 500, based on Fiat Topolino suspensions and using a JAP engine for propulsion. In 1947 developments continued and by 1948 the Cooper Garage got his hands full meeting customer demand.

Charles Cooper had gained considerable experience in motor racing, first as a mechanic for Kaye Don (from the Avon Tyre company) but he had also opened a workshop in the little town of Surbiton, Southwest of London. Starting just after the Great War with refurbishing motor cycles, his business soon grew significantly and by 1934 he moved to what became the cradle of many interesting racing cars to come, the Cooper Garage on Hollyfield Road, still in Surbiton.

In 1949 a little foray was made into a larger car, by producing the Cooper Vauxhall, a small front engined car. Several additional units were made along the same lines, although mostly powered by MG engines.

Very soon after the War, some British enthusiasts decided that a new class of simple racing cars could start to satisfy the first demand for resuming motor sports. Based on motorcycle engines, with a capacity limited to 500 cc and readily available, a simple car could be made, with still a relatively favourable power to weight ratio. Cooper was not the first to enter the scene, but John picked up the

While the 500 class had become the international Formula 3 class in 1950, Cooper also ventured out in the larger F2 class, not by entering a purposely designed car, but by fitting the F3 cars with 1000-1100 cc JAP two cylinder engines, done first by some privateers. It was considered that in spite of giving up a significant of engine power, the mid-engined feather weight cars could still be competitive. The stressed 'twins' turned out to be quite unreliable. The nimble cars could keep up with most of the cars in the F2 field but nevertheless few successes were recorded. An 1100 cc Cooper MkIV did give Cooper its first Grand Prix outing, when Harry Schell put it on the grid of the 1950 Monaco GP. Unfortunately it

became involved in the mass turmoil during lap 2 when Giuseppe Farina spun his Alfa Romeo. For 1952 only very few teams and manufacturers committed to Formula 1 and the organisers of most Grands Prix decided to run their races for Formula 2 cars. Eventually the World Championship, with the exception of the American round at Indy, would be run under F2 regulations. The Coopers saw an opportunity and provided their customers with a new car to step up to the top level. Literally from scratch (drawings were made later) and in a very short period Cooper developed a single seater racer for the 1952 season. It used a box section chassis frame strengthened with bracing tubes, which was also used to carry the superstructure. The engine selected was the Bristol straight-six, based on the famous BMW 328 engine. This engine was taken by the British authorities as part of war damage reparation, and even BMW engineer Fritz Fiedler came to work in the UK to continue developing the engine. Suspension was typically Cooper .. Continued page 88

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Grand Prix Cooper T51, # F2-1-59 Engine Coventry Climax FPF 2.500 cc. Gearbox - ERSA Knight 4 speed. Delivered new by Cooper Works to the British Racing Partnership, BRP Team in 1959. The team entered both F1 and F2 races with their drivers, Ivor Bueb (with F21-59), George Wicken and Chris Bristow. The 1959 season started at Goodwood with the Lavant Cup and came to an abrupt, and unfortunate end at Clermont Ferrand where the car was involved in an accident. At this point, F2-1-59 was rebuilt by Cooper Works to F1 specification and was fitted with a

1952 Alta F2 Last Alta constructed, completely designed and manufactured by Alta, chassis number F2/5 was known as the lightweight. Delivered to and raced by Peter Whitehead and his brother Graham during 1952 at the French and Great British Grand Prix. Ian Nuttall Nottingham England

2.5 litre Coventry Climax engine.In 1960 BRP ordered three additional cars after receiving financial support from Yeoman Credit, which were to be driven by the likes of Brooks, Bristow, Phil Hill, Halford, Gendebien, Taylor and Schell. 1960 Season.18/04/1960. Goodwood T car for Schell and Bristow.29/05/1960. Monaco, T car for Brooks and Bristow, used in practice.17/09/1960. Snetterton, Denny Hulme 5th.20/11/1960. Riverside, Phil Hill 6th. 1961 Season. Car sold to Count Volpi to be raced under the Scuderia

Serenissima banner with a Maserati 1.5 litre engine and was usually driven by Maurice Trintignant.14/05/1961. Monaco 7th02/07/1961. Reims DNF09/10/1961. Monza 14th. The car was restored by John Harper in 2000/ 2002 and has been successfully and consistently campaigned both in the UK and across Europe including wins in many HGPCA events throughout Europe and at both the Goodwood Revival and Members Meetings. Barry Cannell Nottingham England


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Haggis U2 Elfin MS7 McLaren M6B McLaren M8F ASP 340C Clubman Motorlab ASP 340 March 73S ASP 340c WDC Arbyen Clubman Gissing Holden Group A Sports

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1986 Toyota Corolla AE86 GT Coupe 1587 1986 Nissan DR30 RSX 1990 2001-3000cc 1985 BMW 325i 2494 Black 1992 BMW E30 M3 2492 White 1987 BMW M3 2300 Black 1987 BMW M3 2332 White 1987 BMW M3 2302 White 1987 BMW E30 M3 2332 JPS Black 1992 BMW E30 M3 2492 Yellow Over 3000cc 1984 Jaguar TWR XJS 5343 Green/White 1992 Nissan GTR R32 Skyline 2600T GIO Red 1985 Ford Mustang 4999 Green 1990 Ford Sierra RS500 1994T Red 1990 Ford Sierra Cosworth RS500 1993T Yellow 1987 Commodore 4980 Black 1990 Ford Sierra 3000T Blue 1988 Nissan HR31 1998T white 1988 Ford Sierra RS500 1998T White 1986 Volvo 240T 2192T White 1992 Commodore 4980 White/Blue 0-2000cc 1977 BMW 320i 2000 White/Blue 1975 Isuzu Gemini 1861 White 1972 Alfa Romeo GTV 2000 1962 Red/White/Green 1970 Ford Escort Twin Cam 1613 Silver Fox 1984 Mazda RX7 1300 White 1976 Isuzu Gemini Coupe 1817 Blue 2001-3000cc 1980 Ford Capri 3.0S 2994 White/Blue/Red 3001cc & over 1984 Holden VH 5000 Yellow 1981 Commodore VC 5047 Wh/Yellow/Black 1977 Holden A9X Torana 5047 White/Gold/Black 1974 Holden Torana L34 5000 Red/White/Blue 1981 Commodore VC 5047 White/Red/Blue 1981 Ford Falcon XD 5760 Black 1984 BMW 635C 3500 Black 1979 Ford Falcon XD 5880 White/Blue 1983 Mazda RX-7 4584 White-Red/Blue 1982 Ford XE Falcon 5800 Black/Red/Yellow 1982 BMW 635CSI (JPS) 3500 Black/Gold

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David Harris Duncan Mackellar David Towe Bill Cutler Kyle Alford Peter Jones Richard Allen

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Group Ka 6 Charles McCabe 7 Paddins Dowling 16 Graeme Raper Group Kb 5 Peter Statton 11 Jim Russell Lb Racing 56 James Elphick 64 Richard Willis 89 John Medley 110 John Anderson 115 Max Pegram 123 Robert Boast 139 John Gillett

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1936 ERA R5B 1936 ERA R10B 1948 George Reed Spl Monoskate

Vic Vic

Colour

2000 1500 4512

Blue Black Silver/Blue

1939 Ford V8 Special 1934 Ford Racer

Red/Silver White

NSW NSW NSW Vic Vic Vic Vic

1956 1960 1960 1956 1960 1958 1949

Green Red Blue/Silver Red Red Bronze Red

SA UK UK SA UK Vic Vic UK UK Vic NSW NSW UK UK NSW NSW ACT Vic UK NSW Vic

1954 1958 1959 1948 1960 1946 1953 1959 1952 1957 1958 1959 1953 1960 1958 1959 1955 1956 1962 1949 1947

Vic Vic UK Tas Vic Vic

1961 1960 1954 1956 1956 1957

Vic Vic Vic Vic Vic

1958 1960 1958 1956 1956

3965 3900 0-1500cc Gazelle Ford 10 Special 1172 Nota Major 1498 Nota Formula Junior 1100 Elfin Cooper Butler 1495 Gemini Ford Mk11 FJ 1100 MG TC Special 1325 MG TC Special S/C 1350 1500 & Over Riley Special 2946 Lister Jaguar Monzanapolis 3800 Cooper T51 2500 MG TC Supercharged 1366 Cooper T53 2300 Maybach Special Mk1 4200 MG-Holden Monoposto 2550 Aston Martin DBR4 2992 ALTA F2 1971 Holden Repco 2549 Dalro Jaguar Formula Libre 3567 Scarab GP 2500 Cooper Bristol 1971 Walker Cooper 2495 Cooper F2 1968 Lukey T43 Faux Pas 2550 Prad Mk 3 Holden Repco 2447 Demmitt Fueling Spl Speed Car 4639 Cooper Climax T51 1500 TS Special Mono Posto 4788 Solar Midget 4506 0-1500cc Elfin Streamliner 1100 Lola Mk1 1220 Connaught SRT4 ALSR 1474 Cooper Bobtail 1460 Aarons Lotus MK 9 1494 Elford KM-200 1209 1500cc & Over PRAD 5 Sports 2262 Ausca Triumph 2200 MG Regah Special 1800 Coad Vauxhall 2500 Ausca 2549

Vic Vic Qld Vic Vic

1959 1964 1961 1959 1959

Elfin Streamliner Cooper T70 Cooper T53 F1 Elfin Streamliner Photon Lotus 11 Rep

1550 2500 2500 1600 998

Red Silver Green/Red Silver Green Blue Red/Yellow Green Green Blue Green Blue/White Dark Blue Blue BRG Red Red Silver Blue/Orange Dark Green Black Red Black/Red BRG White/Blue BRG/Silver Red Maroon Red Red Yellow/Green Red Red BRG Green/Red BRG Red

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Event 51 Mercedes-Benz

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Groups Q & R Racing & Invited - 5 laps

Sunday 11.15 am

No Driver

State Year Car

Formula 5000 7 Darcy Russell 9 Alfredo Costanzo 68 Geoff Munday 74 Dean Camm 330 Frank Harris Racing Team VDS Pty Ltd Q Racing 3 Raymond Stubber Angelo Orloff 6 Andrew Makin Performance Ignition Services 11 Travis Engen 12 Dean Tighe 48 Andrew Ford 72 John Gale 75 John Turnbull 76 Bruce Hamilton 172 Andy Newall R Racing 1 Alfredo Costanzo 14 Simon Gardiner Torque Racing Brake Fluid 23 John Pyke 24 Malcolm Oastler 25 Ken Bedggood Penrite Oil Co 27 Donald Hume 28 Guido Belgiorno-Nettis 33 Ian Ross 37 Peter Whelan 40 Vincent Holland 63 Andrew Robson 77 Luc Botton 78 Richard Warland équipe Vieux 80 Edward Gavin 88 Ben Allen CubeSmart 97 David Crabtree Crabtree 112 Andrew McCarthy 19 John Bowe 133 Ian Buddery 2 Bo Jensen 49 Rohan Carrig

Vic Vic Vic Vic Vic

1972 1970 1975 1974 1973

NSW Vic USA Qld SA NSW Qld USA UK

1972 1973 1976 1971 1974 1972 1975 1970 1972

Vic SA Vic NSW Vic Vic NSW NSW SA Qld Vic NSW SA NSW Vic Vic Vic

1981 1978 1982 1976 1983 1981 1985 1985 1987 1982 1986 1987 1981 1982 1988 1987 1983

Skoal Bandit

Vic NSW

1974 1986

CRD Motorsport

SA Vic

1989 1990

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Colour

5000 5000 5000 5000 5000 0-2000cc March 722 2000 March 73B 1600 Ralt RT1 1600 Brabham BT36 1600 Birrana 274 1598 March 722 - Formula 2 1998 Rennmax BN7 1594 Brabham BT36 2000 Elfin 622 1600 0-2000cc Tiga FA 81 1600 Chevron B42 2000 Tiga FA82 1600 Kaditcha AF2 1600 Cheetah MK8 1598 Ralt RT4 1600 Ferrari 156/85 1500 Lola THL1-F1 1500 Ralt RT4 1600 Ralt RT4 1600 Ralt RT4 1600 Cheetah Formula 2 1600 Ralt RT4 1598 Cheetah Mk 8 AF2 1600 Ralt RT4 1600 Ralt RT4 1600 Ralt RT4 1600 2000-3000 March 741 2997 March 86C 2650 Over 3000cc Shrike 89GB 3800 Hocking 901 3800

Red Red Orange/White Black Red

Lola T/330 McLaren M10B Elfin MR5B Chevron B24 Chevron B24

Red/Yellow Blue/White Orange Blue Yellow Red Black Orange Dark Blue Blue & white White/Blue Blue/White Blue/Yellow Black/Gold Blue/White Red Red Red/Blue Red Black/Red Burgundy Black Black Red Blue Red/White

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Historic Touring Cars over 3 litres - 5 Laps No Driver Group Nb 26 Jervis Ward 39 Brett Baker 64 Martin White 66 Shane Attwell 132 Robert Munday 160 Ian Mewett 164 Wayne Walters Group Nc 13 Peter McNiven 14 Stephen Pillekers 29 Andrew Girvan 32 Stuart Young 48 Mark Blyfield 59 Andrew Williams 68 Craig Allan 79 Alfred Bargwanna 92 Elliot Barbour 125 Robert Smith 145 Nathan Gordon 16 45 46 54 65 73 85 99 131 189 197

Glenn Miles Darryl Hansen Leo Tobin Darrin Davies Fraser Ross Andrew Whiteside Chris Stern Les Walmsley Craig Robertson Benjamin Wilkinson Harry Bargwanna

4 6 7 9 10 20 25 34 40 41 44 61 69 72 81 89 97

Brett Hotchkin Rusty French Albert Mann Darren Smith Wesley Charles Garry Treloar Mark Le Vaillant Richard Fairlam Rodney Hotchkin Brian Wood Joe Calleja Ross Muller Darren Pearce Andrew Clempson Angelo Taranto Andrew Lane Darren Collins

State Year Car The Creative Parrot John White Racing Engines John White Racing Engines

Vic Qld Qld NSW NSW Qld Vic

1964 1964 1964 1965 1965 1961 1964

Autobarn

Vic Vic Vic NSW SA Vic Qld NSW Vic SA Vic

1972 1972 1973 1972 1972 1972 1972 1972 1972 1972 1972

Vic NSW Vic Vic Vic Vic Vic Vic Qld ACT NSW

1972 1968 1968 1965 1968 1968 1968 1972 1972 1967 1964

Vic Vic Vic Vic Qld Vic NSW Vic Vic Qld Vic NSW Tas Vic Vic Vic Vic

1971 1969 1969 1971 1971 1968 1971 1972 1971 1971 1969 1967 1968 1969 1967 1969 1969

Stuart Young Real Estate A W Automatics Forte Lift Services Clean Fleet Truck Detailing

Davidson Race Engines Davies Motorsport The Ross Partnership CRUZ Racing Team Treloar Roses

John White Racing Treloar Roses MM Auto Electrical Pty Ltd Davidson Race Engines

Tarosa Stairs

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Sunday 11.35 am

Capacity

Colour

Over 3000cc Ford Falcon Rallye Sprint 4723 White with Stripes Chevrolet Nova 5300 Black/Orange Ford Falcon Rallye Sprint 4799 White Ford Mustang 4799 Green/Silver Ford Mustang 4868 Yellow Jaguar MK 2 3800 Light Grey Studebaker Lark 4638 Blue 3001-3500cc Holden Torana 3300 White Holden Torana GTR XU1 3310 Red Holden Torana LJ 3298 Green Holden Torana XU-1 3310 Purple Torana GTR XU-1 3310 Tangerine Torana GTR XU-1 3310 Blue Torana GTR XU-1 3300 Allan Orange Holden Torana 3300 Orange Holden Torana xu1 3033 Orange Holden Torana 3369 Yellow Holden GTR XU1 3353 Blue 3500-5000cc Valiant Charger 4340 Yellow Ford Mustang 5000 Grey Ford Mustang 5000 Orange Ford Mustang 4735 White Red/Blue Ford Mustang 5000 White/Black Ford Mustang Coupe Trans Am 5000 Calypso Coral Ford Mustang 4942 Orange Chrysler E49 Charger 4400 Silver Grey Valiant Charger E49 RT 4300 Hot Mustard Ford Mustang 4991 Silver Ford Mustang 4700 Orange Over 5000cc Ford GTHO 5800 Red Ford Mustang 5800 Black Camaro 69 5775 Blue/Yellow Ford XYGT Falcon 5800 White Ford Falcon XY GTHO 5800 White/Green Chevrolet Camaro 6625 Blue Ford Falcon XYGT 5800 White Holden HQ 5045 Red Ford XY GTHO 5800 Blue Ford XY Falcon GT 5800 Red Ford Mustang 5766 Yellow Chevrolet SS 5359 Burgundy Chevrolet Camaro 5500 Yellow Ford Mustang 5800 White Chev Camaro 6000 Yellow Mustang Fastback 5800 Black Chevrolet Camaro 5815 White

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Groups M & O Sports, Racing & Formula Vee - 5 Laps No Driver

State Year Car

Formula Junior 2 Grant Craft 8 Kim Shearn 40 Denis Lesslie 63 Noel Bryen 254 J.R. Mitchell 948 Doug Elcomb M Racing 75 Robert McConville 96 Cameron Edwards M Sports 3 James Calder 16 Timothy Wright 27 James Pepper M Sports 73 Keith Martin 132 Tony Burrage 194 Pedro Silva 831 Jeff Brown O Racing 30 Norman Falkiner

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11 Travis Engen 12 Wayne Wilson 25 Herbert Neal 32 Sean Whelan 36 Raymond Stubber 53 Nicholas Bennett 91 John Ashwell 126 Peter Strauss 138 Keith Simpson O Sports 6 William Walker 14 William Hemming 28 Perry Spiridis 29 Richard Sorensen 66 Trevor Booth 72 Scott Whittaker Invited 44 Hugh Gartley Formula Vee 4 Grant Kelly 7 Matthew Scott 9 Conor Ryan 26 Andrew Grevis-James 37 Donald Greiveson 38 Geoffrey Stone 51 Elizabeth Bailey 58 Harold Roberts 69 Nigel Hook 77 Clive Brook 80 Christopher Jackson 83 Dean McLaughlan 99 Ross McLaughlan

1962 1961 1965 1963 1960 1961

Vic

1965

Diverseair

NSW

1970

Triple C Historic Racing

Vic Vic Vic

1965 1963 1963

UK Vic UK Vic

1971 1965 1965 1983

Vic

1967

USA NSW NSW SA NSW Vic NSW Vic Vic

1970 1970 1968 1969 1969 1969 1968 1968 1966

NSW Vic Vic Qld NSW NSW

1967 1966 1969 1962 1965 1969

Vic

1974 Cheetah MK 4

Vic Vic Vic Vic SA NSW NSW Vic NSW Vic Vic Vic Vic

1978 1984 1985 1981 1984 1981 1974 1966 1977 1984 1984 1984 1985

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0-1100cc 1098 1048 1100 1100 1100 1011 0-1500cc Cooper T75 F2 1325 Over 1500cc Rennmax BN6 1990 0-1500cc Lotus Super Seven 1498 Elfin Mallala 1498 Elfin Clubman 1500 Over 1500cc Dulon Dino LD10B 1987 Rennmax 23B 1598 Ford GT40 4700 Chevron B16 1800 0-1500cc Elfin Mono 1500 1500-3000cc Chevron B17b 1600 Brabham BT29 1600 Neal Ford Mk2 1600 Brabham BT30 1600 Brabham BT29 1558 Elfin 600 1600 Brabham BT21-C 1600 Brabham BT31 2500 Brabham BT16 1598 1500-3000cc Elfin 300 2000 Elfin 400 4400 Detomaso Mangusta 4990 Nemesis Ford Special 1500 Nota Sunbeam Clubman 1500 Milano GT2 3300

NSW Vic NSW NSW CT Can

Penrite Oil Co

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Brabham BT2 Lotus 20/22 FJ Piranha Mark111 Rennmax BN1 Lotus 18 Dreossi Special

Stag Elfin NG Daveric Elfin NG Spectre N.G Type Elfin NG GAS Elfin F Vee 500 Ranger Ranger Elfin NG EP Avanti Elfin KPS Predator PAC1

1298 0-1200cc 1192 1200 1200 1200 1192 1192 1192 1192 1192 1192 1200 1200 1198

Colour Blue Green/Yellow Blue Portsea Blue Yellow Silver/Red Red/Blue White Green Red Black/Red Red Green Green Black Silver Blue Blue Yellow Red Orange/White White Green/Gold Blue/Yellow Black/Red White Orange Blue Green Black Black Orange Blue/Orange Blue/Orange Yellow Red/Blue White/Blue Red White White/Red Silver Silver Blue Black Yellow/Blue

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GT111 was one of four Roadsters built by FAV in 1965. By far the most famous of them all this car competed in the 1965 Targa Florio before crashing into a bridge and retiring with heavy damage to the front suspension.

The car travelled back to HQ where it sat for many years before being stripped for spare parts. The chassis has recently been restored in the UK by Gelscoe Motorsport Ltd and rebuilt into original spec.

Dulon Dino LD10B The Maxperenco Company was based in Didcot, Near Oxford in England (as was the Williams Grand Prix team). The company directors were Andrew Duncan and Bill Longley, their names making up the trading name “Dulon.� They made nearly 200 Dulon racing cars between 1967 and 1978, mostly Formula Fords and other single seaters, and the works team won most of the major championships in the early 1970s. In addition also to a Formula 5000 car,

a Formula Atlantic car and 2 very pretty sports coupes, Dulon produced a small number of sports racing cars for the international Group 6 formula in the 2 litre category for owners to fit their choice of engine. Such engines included units from Porsche, Cosworth and Ferrari. This car is fitted with a Ferrari V6 2 litre Dino engine and was sold to a customer in Germany. It went through several owners on mainland Europe in the 1970s and was entered in international races and events, being

Dulon Dino

GT40 Targa Florio

Image courtesy Tim Scott - Sports Car Digest

Image courtesy Matt Bee

This car can often be seen racing at various high profile races in Europe and is in fact the only example in the world today to be race ready and driven hard. Pedro Silva - Aisworth England particularly successful in hill-climbs. It was acquired by the current owner in 1996 and restored for historic racing. It has been campaigned with some class successes at the major meetings in Europe and the UK. The chassis is of steel construction with some aluminium panels and a GRP body. Keith Martin Bucks England


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20 Minutes State Year Car Vic UK UK SA USA UK UK NSW Vic UK Vic Qld Vic UK Qld NSW Vic Vic UK UK UK Qld Vic Vic NSW UK NSW ACT NSW Vic NSW Vic NSW Vic SA Vic Vic Vic Vic Vic NSW Vic Vic Vic Vic Vic NSW Vic NSW UK SA Vic Vic Vic

1968 1958 1959 1960 1936 1936 1960 1973 1959 1959 1939 1987 1953 1952 1960 1958 1956 1928 1959 1954 1953 1926 1960 1961 1955 1960 1956 1966 1952 1953 1974 1934 1963 1939 1960 1951 1987 1956 1959 1938 1968 1953 1928 1967 1957 1948 1927 1968 1973 1962 1970 1964 1968 1938

Event 54

Sunday 12.15 pm

Capacity

Colour

Elfin Formula Vee 1192 Orange Lister Jaguar Monzanapolis 3800 Silver Cooper T51 2500 Green/Red Elfin Streamliner 998 Red ERA R5B 2000 Blue ERA R10B 1488 Black Cooper T53 2300 Green Alfa Romeo GTV2000 1962 White/Yellow Elfin Streamliner 1550 Red Aston Martin DBR4 2992 Green BWA Special 1500 Blue Nissan HR31 2000 Red/White/Blue JSR Sports 4000 Blue ALTA F2 1971 Green Triumph TR3A 2187 Primrose Porsche 356 1740 Beige Austin Healey BN2 2600 Black/Red Stutz Boat tail speedster 5000 Red Scarab GP 2500 Blue/White Connaught SRT4 ALSR 1474 Green Cooper Bristol 1971 Dark Blue Bugatti 37 / 35B 2300 Yellow Austin Healey Sprite Mk 1 1275 BRG Vauxhall Cresta 2600 White/Blue Peugeot Belchamp GP 1500 Blue Walker Cooper 2495 Blue Ford Zephyr Special 2600 Red Mallock U2 Mk6 1500 Blue HWM Replica 3400 Silver Jaguar XK120 DHC 3400 Red Alfa Romeo 1600 GT Junior 1600 Mustard Ford Roadster 5358 Black A/Healey Sebring Sprite Replica 1380 Blue Ford Milthorpe 3900 Red Porsche 356B 1600 White Morgan Plus 4 1991 Yellow Norax C 1 Prototype 2300 Blue/White Demmitt Fueling Spl Speed Car 4600 Aluminium Elfin Streamliner 1600 BRG Morris 8 Special 1050 Green Brabham BT21-C 1600 Green/Gold Austin Healey 100/4 BN1 2725 Green Alfa Romeo 6C Sohc S/C 1500 Red Alfa Romeo Guila 2000 White Elford KM-200 1209 Red Lago Talbot T26C 4500 Blue Bugatti 35B 2330 Blue MG B 1800 Red MG MGB GT 3500 Black Cooper Climax T51 1500 Blue/Orange Alfa Romeo Junior Zagato 1433 Yellow SAAB 96 841 Brown MG MGB 1980 Blue Marsel Special 4200 Black/Aluminium

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All Historic Race Meeting MALLALA MOTORSPORT PARK Anzac Weekend 22nd & 23th April

2017

A welcome dinner Saturday night with Christine & Fred Gibson

After the success of the last 2 years we are continuing the move to the Anzac Weekend. Still a “Picnic Race Meeting� with plenty of social events. Private practice available Friday! Presentation drinks and nibbles at the conclusion of the event Sunday afternoon. Regularity, Super Sprint and Sports Sedan super sprint formats and a full 2 day program of Historic racing.

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State Year Car 1973 1976 1973 1974 1972 1962 1984 1983 1964 1975 1972 1975 1965 1976 2016 1969 1970 1965 1959 1971 1978 1978 1978 1975 1967 1982 1972 2010 1972 1962 1974 2005 1966 1978 1956 1963 1968 1964 1988 1967 1971 1968 1971 1974 1976 1974 1973 1968 1989 1962 1969 1986 1965 1982 1973 1964 1969 1965 1966 1996 1974 1971 1956 1969

Event 55

Sunday 12.45 pm

Capacity

Colour

Holden Torana LT HDT 3300 Red/White/Black Ford Falcon XBGT 5800 Red/Gold MG B Roadster 1800 Blue MG B GT 3500 Orange Ford 1972 XA Falcon 5800 Shell Yellow Porsche 356 2800 Yellow Ford GT40 GTD 5000 Red Porsche 944 2480 White Porsche 356SC 2700 Red Porsche 911 3000 Black Porsche 911 3000 White Porsche Carrera 3600 White Dino 206SP (Recreation) 2300 Red Ford Escort RS2000 2000 Carnival Red Caterham Seven 485 2000 Green Jaguar E Type 4200 Green Ford Escort 2000 Black MG Midget Coupe 1300 Blue Austin Healey 3000 3000 Blue Renault Apline A110 1800 Blue BMW 635 CSI 3428 White Ford Falcon 5800 Black Datsun 280ZX Coupe 2800 White/Blue Porsche Carrera 3600 Orange Alpine Renault A110 1596 Blue Porsche 911 2997 Snow White Porsche 911 2.4 2340 Yellow Ford GT40 Replica 4600 Alloy MG BL 1828 Red Alfa Romeo Giulia 101 Sprint 1600 Azzuro Iseo Datsun 260Z 2800 Orange Ford GT40 5000 Yellow Ford Shelby de Mexico Mustang 4700 Aqua Blue Ford Escort 1993 Blue Austin A30 1293 Beige A/Healey Sebring Sprite Replica 1380 Blue Alfa Romeo GT Veloce 1750 1840 Red Shelby Daytona Coupe Replica 5690 Blue Westfield SE 1600 Yellow Jaguar E-Type 4200 Black Datsun 240 3100 White MG MGC GT 3000 Red Dulon Dino LD10B 1987 Red Porsche 911RS 3.0 Replica 3364 Yellow Datsun 260Z 2942 Red Corvette Stingray 3000 White Porsche 917 6000 Blue/Yellow MG C 4280 Green Ford Sierra Cosworth RS500 1993 ANZ White Jaguar E-type 3800 Light blue Renault Alpine A110 1300 French Bleu Nissan DR30 RSX 1990 White/Blue Ford Mustang Fastback GT350 4790 Red/Gold Tiga SC82 2000 White MG MGB GT 3500 Black Studebaker Lark 4638 Blue MG C GT Sebring Replica 2983 White Ford GT40 4700 Green Ford Mustang GT350 4700 White/Red Ford Falcon EL Sedan 4000 Silver & Blue Jensen Interceptor 7200 Silver Grey Alpine Renault A110 1397 Red AJS Special 4600 Orange Porsche 911E 1991 Green/Gold

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CoolDrive/Blanchard Family Trophy CoolDrive 40,000 Components available in every part of Australia Formula Ford No Driver Group Fa 9 Phillip Randall 17 Lyndon Arnel 24 Damian Sykes 32 Jacob Bonisch 35 Warwick Foletta 46 Philip Oakes 70 Ian Gray 73 Graeme Degotardi 91 Ronald Guppy 117 Craig Degotardi Group Fb 4 John Greig 10 Geoffrey Walters 23 Ian Edgar 27 Scott Blake 30 Andrew Lamrock 33 Claire Greig 49 Eric Bellamy 54 Raymond Stubber 60 John van Leeuwen 65 Wayne Groeger 77 Jennifer Mullan 342 Kevin Kosa Group Fc 1 Andrew McInnes 3 Richard Davison 6 Todd Willing 7 Cameron Walters 8 David Roberts 14 Steven Willing 20 David Hardman 21 John Blanchard 31 Peter Major 40 Daniel Holihan 41 Neil Richardson 43 Jamie Jardine 47 Adrian Wilkinson 48 Patrick Mullins 51 Jonathan Miles 53 Mark Lowing 57 Chris Hogden 63 Ben Robson 66 James Harvey 74 Timothy Blanchard 86 Dimitrios Zartaloudis 88 Matthew Cowley 94 Paul Faulkner 97 Andrew Goldie 101 Don Boyack

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6 Laps

State Year Car

Event 56

Sunday 1.15 pm

Capacity

Colour

Vic Vic Vic Vic Vic NSW Qld NSW SA NSW

1974 1977 1973 1977 1975 1970 1973 1973 1971 1971

Hawke DL15 Lola T440 Van Diemen FA73 Crossle 32F Van Diemen RF75 Elfin 600 Lola 340 Bowin P6F Lola T204 Elfin 600

1600 1600 1599 1600 1599 1598 1600 1598 1600 1598

Yellow Black/Silver Black/Red Maroon Oxford Blue Orange Blue Blue Blue Green

Vic NSW Vic SA Vic Vic Vic NSW NSW Vic IRE Vic

1982 1981 1983 1984 1983 1984 1980 1982 1980 1981 1984 1973

Reynard FF82 Elwyn 003/1 Lola T642A Reynard 84FF Reynard Formula Ford Reynard FF84 Wren Formula Ford Royale RP31M Van Diemen RF80 Van Diemen RF81 Reynard FF84 Lola 340/342

1600 1600 1598 1600 1598 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1600 1598

White Green red Yellow Blue Red/White White Blue/Orange Yellow/White Red Black Black/Red

Vic Vic Vic NSW Qld Vic Vic Vic WA NSW SA UK Vic SA Vic NSW UK Vic UK Vic Vic UK Vic NSW UK

1989 1989 1986 1986 1989 1989 1989 1988 1989 1985 1989 1986 1989 1986 1989 1988 1988 1988 1988 1988 1989 1988 1986 1988 1989

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9 12 13 27 41 45 67 69 73 911

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Algo Trading Services Donut King Performance 9 Travelplan Ski Holidays Jimjoca Motorsport Sydney Sports Apparel Maxwell Motorsport Surimex Pacific Environmental Boylan

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1969 1966 1966 1966 1969 1969 1966 1965 1967

Vic Vic Vic NSW NSW Vic Vic NSW Vic Vic NSW

1974 1971 1979 1974 1977 1975 1978 1979 1973 1969 1976

Vic Vic SA Qld

1972 1974 1974 1972

Qld NSW Vic NSW NSW Vic Vic NSW NSW NSW

1975 1974 1976 1976 1975 1975 1976 1977 1974 1976

Vic Vic SA Vic NSW

1971 1979 1979 1972 1971

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Vic Vic SA Vic SA Qld Vic SA NSW NSW

1964 1964 1962 1964 1964 1964 1964 1964 1964 1964

WA SA Vic NSW Vic NSW Vic Vic Qld

1963 1964 1963 1964 1964 1964 1963 1963 1964

Vic NSW

1964 1964

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Vic Vic NSW Vic Vic Vic Vic Vic

1971 1972 1973 1972 1970 1972 1971 1970

NSW Vic SA SA Vic NSW NSW NSW SA NSW Vic NSW NSW NSW

1971 1970 1971 1969 1971 1971 1971 1970 1971 1970 1972 1970 1972 1972

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Colour

2351 Green/Beige 1293 Beige 1001-1300 Morris Cooper S 1293 Red Morris Cooper S 1299 Green/White Morris Cooper S 1330 Blue/White Morris Mini Cooper S 1275 White/Black Morris Cooper S 1299 Green/White Morris Cooper S 1299 Blue Morris Cooper S 1293 Green/Yellow Morris Cooper S 1289 Red/Black Morris Cooper S 1300 White Morris Cooper S 1293 Green/Yellow 1301-1600cc Ford Cortina 1590 White/Red Ford Cortina 1592 Red Mini Morris Cooper S 1328 Yellow Ford Lotus Cortina Mk1 1600 Red/Gold Ford Cortina 1598 White/Blue Ford Lotus Cortina 1600 White/green stripe Ford Cortina GT 1598 White/Silver Ford Cortina 1598 Red/Yellow Ford Lotus Cortina 1598 White/Green 1601-2000cc Volvo 122S 1990 White Triumph 2000 1991 Green 2501 - 3000cc Holden EH 2995 Silver 1501-2000cc Datsun 1600 SSS 1640 White Ford Escort Twin Cam 1598 Red Alfa Romeo GTV2000 1962 White/Yellow BMW 2002 1990 Silver Ford Cortina 240 Lotus replica 1600 Red/Gold Alfa Romeo GTV 1968 Blue BMW 2002 1999 Red/Silver BMW 2002 2000 Blue 2001-3000cc Mazda RX2 Coupe 2063 Herschel Orange Porsche 911 ST 2273 Yellow Mazda RX2 2066 Blue Porsche 911T 2200 Grey Mazda RX2 2063 Green Ford Capri 2994 Blue/White Ford Capri 2994 Vermilion Fire Ford Capri 3000 Yellow/Black Mazda RX2 2063 Blue Mazda RX2 Coupe 2063 Black Ford Capri 3014 Red/White Ford Capri 2994 Green/Black Mazda RX2 2063 Yellow Mazda RX2 2063 Black

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1974 1974 1968 1972 1974 1972 1973 1974 1969 1972

Haggis U2 Elfin MS7 McLaren M6B McLaren M8F ASP 340C Clubman Motorlab ASP 340 March 73S ASP 340c WDC Arbyen Clubman Gissing Holden Group A Sports

8400 1300 1600 2000 1298 1600 3120

Orange Red/White Red/White Red Red Yellow Blue/White Blue Black/Silver White

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1979 1989 1987 1969

Ralt RT2 ARGO JM19 C2 Norax C 1 Prototype Elfin ME5

2000 3900 2300 5000

White Blue/Red/White Blue/White Black/Red

Vic NSW Vic Qld Vic NSW NSW Vic Vic Vic Vic NSW Qld Qld Vic Vic Vic

1984 1984 1983 1984 1984 1981 1980 1984 1982 1980 1982 1984 1980 1983 1984 1983 1984

Royale RP37 Tiga SC 84 Lola T590 Tiga SC-84 Tiga Tiga SC 81 Lola T590 Lola T596 Tiga SC82 Tiga SC80 Tiga SC82 Royale RP37 Tiga SC80 Lola S2000 Royale RP37 March Tiga SC84

1995 1993 2000 1993 2000 1993 2000 2000 2000 2000 1993 1993 2000 2000 1993 2000 2000

Red Orange White/Black Yellow Blue Red Red White White Orange Red Red/Yellow Silver Yellow Black White Black

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he Monzanapolis Lister Jaguar was built by Ecurie Ecosse to contest the 1958 "Race Of Two Worlds" on the banked oval track at Monza. Driven by Jack Fairman it competed against the Maserati "Eldorado Special" which was driven by Stirling Moss and all the American indycars which had been shipped over for the event.

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he fourth and final DBR4 built, this car served as a spare throughout Aston Martin's Formula 1 efforts. Ultimately not raced by the works team, it was sold on to Australian Lex Davison. He raced the car very successfully in his native Australia and New Zeeland. In 1968, it was acquired by historic racer and collector Neil Corner,

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it's Monza spec and raced it successfully in VSCC events in the 70s. After that it was sold to Ric Weiland in Germany from whom I bought it some 18 years later. I have now owned it for 14 years and fully restored it to it's 1958 Monza Spec.

who repatriated the car and raced it with great success in historic events. Among the subsequent owners were Murray Smith, Alain de Cadenet, Peter Livanos and Tony Smith. The latter sold the car to Belgian historic racer Hubert Fabri, campaigned the car through the 2000s and early 2010s. In 2014, it was acquired by the current,

Belgian custodian, who has continued to race the car.

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Unfortunately it was ultimately unsuccessful, it just didn't have the power to compete with the big "Offys". Since then it has been through numerous hands. Phil Scragg converted it into a two seater sports/hill climb car and used it successfully for a few years, after which it passed into the hands of John Harper, John Pearson and Keith Schellenberg, to name a few. Martyn Chapman returned it to nearer

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Dutton Garage Bob Holden Motors Bob Holden Motors TTA/Just JDM Imports Peter Jackson

David Harris Duncan Mackellar David Towe Bill Cutler Kyle Alford Peter Jones Richard Allen

10 Mike Roddy 14 Anthony Alford 17 Terry Lawlor 18 Christopher Stillwell 20 Carey McMahon 29 Paul Axiak 30 Glenn Seton 52 Mark Eddy 85 Bryan Sala 94 John Bowe 140 Adrian Allisey Group C 21 Adrian Brady 32 Gavin Adamson 40 Richard Magoffin 54 Cole Spender 65 Phillip Verwoert 93 Stephen Axisa

JPS E.S.S. Garage Doors JONES Motorsport Benson & Hedges Racing Mike Roddy Motor Sport Greens Tuff B&H Racing

The Roadworthy Shop Mark Petch Forte Lift Services HAT U & I Motorsport Gil Gordon Alfa Custom Air Racing

35 Carl Muller 3 4 6 9 11 22 31 49 51 83 141

Milton Seferis Lindsay Woollard Anthony Sawford Rodney Hatfield Jeff Trembath John Mina Jim Richards Ian Ross Christopher Bowden George Nittis Dean How

Highbury Automotive Civilcom Vic Tony Torana Racing Dustings Race Team Greenbay Communications The Ross Partnership Ecurie Bowden Blaze Perf/Ocean Foods Peninsula BM

Continued from page 59... with a transverse leaf spring as top half of the suspension, complemented by lower wishbones. Outboard mounted telescopic shock absorbers were used all around. The first prototype of the car (Mark I, later to be assigned type code T20) was rolled out already in January 1952. Initially a production run of just three cars was planned, until Mike Hawthorn's father placed and order for a fourth car. All four were completed for their first public outing, for the Goodwood Easter Meeting in 1952. It was there that Mike Hawthorn established his reputation by winning the Lavant cup (with second and third place also going to the new car). He Page 88

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1992 1988 1983 1983 1986 1986

Qld Qld NSW Vic Qld Qld NSW

1985 1992 1987 1987 1987 1987 1992

Vic Qld NSW Vic NSW NSW Vic Vic Vic NZ Vic

1984 1992 1985 1990 1990 1987 1990 1988 1988 1986 1992

Vic NSW NSW Vic Vic NSW

1977 1975 1972 1970 1984 1976

Vic

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1984 1981 1977 1974 1981 1981 1984 1979 1983 1982 1982

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also challenged Froilan Gonzales, in the fearsome Ferrari-based ThinWall Special, for the lead early in the Richmond Cup, the main event of that weekend.

Cooper Bristol was no match against the much more powerful Ferrari 500, but the cars did score some points in the world championship races.

Hawthorn went on to successfully campaign the car, not only in the UK, but also on the Continent. At the end of the season his exploits in the Formula 2 Cooper had earned him a Ferrari Works contract. Following the success at Goodwood, Cooper took orders for four more cars. The last one was was fitted with 16 inch wheels and sported a longer wheelbase to accommodate a singlestage supercharged ERA engine. While relatively successful in local events, the

For the 1953 season an improved Formula 2 car was fielded, leaving the original 1952 further outpaced. Several of the eight examples were modified with two-seater sports car bodies. Today the Cooper Bristol is a popular entry in historic racing and several of the surviving cars are regularly raced around the world.

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State Year Car

Group Ka 6 Charles McCabe 7 Paddins Dowling 16 Graeme Raper Group Kb 5 Peter Statton 11 Jim Russell Lb Racing 56 James Elphick 64 Richard Willis 89 John Medley 110 John Anderson 115 Max Pegram 123 Robert Boast 139 John Gillett 1 John Virgo 2 Rod Jolley 3 Barry Cannell 8 Robert Schapel 10 William Marchi 12 Bob Harborow 13 Gregory Smith 16 Marc Valvekens 21 Ian Nuttall 22 Nick Mcdonald 28 Leslie Wright 30 Julian Bronson 32 Guy Plante 44 Richard Parnell 45 John Rowe 50 David Reid 51 Ronald Reid 77 Patrick Ryan 162 John Clark 301 Edwin Mitchell 916 Raymond Sprague Lb Sports 18 Edward Woods 27 Samantha Dymond 31 Paul Griffin 39 Scotty Taylor 96 Peter McKnight 111 Daniel McIndoe 58 Shane Bowden 61 Ian Mawson 92 Geoffrey Wright 156 Phil Aitken 221 John Rundell Invited 15 John Evans 47 Adam Berryman 53 Donald Thallon 80 Colin Sullivan 99 Dick O'Keefe

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UK UK Vic

1936 ERA R5B 1936 ERA R10B 1948 George Reed Spl Monoskate

Vic Vic

Colour

2000 1500 4512

Blue Black Silver/Blue

1939 Ford V8 Special 1934 Ford Racer

Red/Silver White

NSW NSW NSW Vic Vic Vic Vic

1956 1960 1960 1956 1960 1958 1949

Green Red Blue/Silver Red Red Bronze Red

SA UK UK SA UK Vic Vic UK UK Vic NSW NSW UK UK NSW NSW ACT Vic UK NSW Vic

1954 1958 1959 1948 1960 1946 1953 1959 1952 1957 1958 1959 1953 1960 1958 1959 1955 1956 1962 1949 1947

Vic Vic UK Tas Vic Vic

1961 1960 1954 1956 1956 1957

Vic Vic Vic Vic Vic

1958 1960 1958 1956 1956

3965 3900 0-1500cc Gazelle Ford 10 Special 1172 Nota Major 1498 Nota Formula Junior 1100 Elfin Cooper Butler 1495 Gemini Ford Mk11 FJ 1100 MG TC Special 1325 MG TC Special S/C 1350 1500 & Over Riley Special 2946 Lister Jaguar Monzanapolis 3800 Cooper T51 2500 MG TC Supercharged 1366 Cooper T53 2300 Maybach Special Mk1 4200 MG-Holden Monoposto 2550 Aston Martin DBR4 2992 ALTA F2 1971 Holden Repco 2549 Dalro Jaguar Formula Libre 3567 Scarab GP 2500 Cooper Bristol 1971 Walker Cooper 2495 Cooper F2 1968 Lukey T43 Faux Pas 2550 Prad Mk 3 Holden Repco 2447 Demmitt Fueling Spl Speed Car 4639 Cooper Climax T51 1500 TS Special Mono Posto 4788 Solar Midget 4506 0-1500cc Elfin Streamliner 1100 Lola Mk1 1220 Connaught SRT4 ALSR 1474 Cooper Bobtail 1460 Aarons Lotus MK 9 1494 Elford KM-200 1209 1500cc & Over PRAD 5 Sports 2262 Ausca Triumph 2200 MG Regah Special 1800 Coad Vauxhall 2500 Ausca 2549

Vic Vic Qld Vic Vic

1959 1964 1961 1959 1959

Elfin Streamliner Cooper T70 Cooper T53 F1 Elfin Streamliner Photon Lotus 11 Rep

1550 2500 2500 1600 998

Red Silver Green/Red Silver Green Blue Red/Yellow Green Green Blue Green Blue/White Dark Blue Blue BRG Red Red Silver Blue/Orange Dark Green Black Red Black/Red BRG White/Blue BRG/Silver Red Maroon Red Red Yellow/Green Red Red BRG Green/Red BRG Red

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Factory 3/9 Viewtech Place Rowville 3178 Vic 03 9764 5344 www.danaprecision.com Groups Q & R Racing & Invited Cars - 10 Laps No Driver

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Formula 5000 7 Darcy Russell 9 Alfredo Costanzo 68 Geoff Munday 74 Dean Camm 330 Frank Harris Racing Team VDS Pty Ltd Q Racing 3 Raymond Stubber Angelo Orloff 6 Andrew Makin Performance Ignition Services 11 Travis Engen 12 Dean Tighe 48 Andrew Ford 72 John Gale 75 John Turnbull 76 Bruce Hamilton 172 Andy Newall R Racing 1 Alfredo Costanzo 14 Simon Gardiner Torque Racing Brake Fluid 23 John Pyke 24 Malcolm Oastler 25 Ken Bedggood Penrite Oil Co 27 Donald Hume 28 Guido Belgiorno-Nettis 33 Ian Ross 37 Peter Whelan 40 Vincent Holland 63 Andrew Robson 77 Luc Botton 78 Richard Warland équipe Vieux 80 Edward Gavin 88 Ben Allen CubeSmart 97 David Crabtree Crabtree 112 Andrew McCarthy 19 John Bowe 133 Ian Buddery 2 Bo Jensen 49 Rohan Carrig

Vic Vic Vic Vic Vic

1972 1970 1975 1974 1973

NSW Vic USA Qld SA NSW Qld USA UK

1972 1973 1976 1971 1974 1972 1975 1970 1972

Vic SA Vic NSW Vic Vic NSW NSW SA Qld Vic NSW SA NSW Vic Vic Vic

1981 1978 1982 1976 1983 1981 1985 1985 1987 1982 1986 1987 1981 1982 1988 1987 1983

Skoal Bandit

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1974 1986

CRD Motorsport

SA Vic

1989 1990

Sunday 3.50 pm

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Red Red Orange/White Black Red

Lola T/330 McLaren M10B Elfin MR5B Chevron B24 Chevron B24

Red/Yellow Blue/White Orange Blue Yellow Red Black Orange Dark Blue Blue & white White/Blue Blue/White Blue/Yellow Black/Gold Blue/White Red Red Red/Blue Red Black/Red Burgundy Black Black Red Blue Red/White Orange Green Red White

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Long Range Automotive 23 Industry Crt Lilydale 03 9739 5667 Historic Touring Cars over 3 litres No Driver Group Nb 26 Jervis Ward 39 Brett Baker 64 Martin White 66 Shane Attwell 132 Robert Munday 160 Ian Mewett 164 Wayne Walters Group Nc 13 Peter McNiven 14 Stephen Pillekers 29 Andrew Girvan 32 Stuart Young 48 Mark Blyfield 59 Andrew Williams 68 Craig Allan 79 Alfred Bargwanna 92 Elliot Barbour 125 Robert Smith 145 Nathan Gordon 16 45 46 54 65 73 85 99 131 189 197

Glenn Miles Darryl Hansen Leo Tobin Darrin Davies Fraser Ross Andrew Whiteside Chris Stern Les Walmsley Craig Robertson Benjamin Wilkinson Harry Bargwanna

4 6 7 9 10 20 25 34 40 41 44 61 69 72 81 89 97

Brett Hotchkin Rusty French Albert Mann Darren Smith Wesley Charles Garry Treloar Mark Le Vaillant Richard Fairlam Rodney Hotchkin Brian Wood Joe Calleja Ross Muller Darren Pearce Andrew Clempson Angelo Taranto Andrew Lane Darren Collins

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Vic Qld Qld NSW NSW Qld Vic

1964 1964 1964 1965 1965 1961 1964

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1972 1972 1973 1972 1972 1972 1972 1972 1972 1972 1972

Vic NSW Vic Vic Vic Vic Vic Vic Qld ACT NSW

1972 1968 1968 1965 1968 1968 1968 1972 1972 1967 1964

Vic Vic Vic Vic Qld Vic NSW Vic Vic Qld Vic NSW Tas Vic Vic Vic Vic

1971 1969 1969 1971 1971 1968 1971 1972 1971 1971 1969 1967 1968 1969 1967 1969 1969

Stuart Young Real Estate A W Automatics Forte Lift Services Clean Fleet Truck Detailing

Davidson Race Engines Davies Motorsport The Ross Partnership CRUZ Racing Team Treloar Roses

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The Walker Special (aka Walker Climax) was commissioned as a Grand Prix Car for the 1960 season by Rob Walker for Stirling Moss. After the 1958 season the Cooper Car Company were reluctant to sell Rob Walker spares for his team cars. Rob felt the only way to overcome the Cooper problem was to build his own car and in 1959, commissioned a design from Colotti, the Maserati chassis and transmission designer. During the 59/60 winter the car known as the “Walker Special” was built for Moss to drive in the 1960 World

Walker Special

1960 Walker Special Championship GPs. The car’s most obvious differentiating features is its quick change wire wheels, anticipating greater tyre wear. By the time the car was completed the new 1960 season was in full swing and Moss had been beaten by Innes Ireland in the new Lotus 18 a quantum leap in development and the sign of things to come. Chapman agreed to sell the Walker a Lotus which was duly modified and Moss won the 1960 Monaco GP in his first time racing the car. The Walker Special was subsequently completed, and tested by Jack Fairman,

but it never actually started a Grand Prix. The complete car stayed with Alf Francis, the cars constructor and Moss’s famous mechanic, until he died. In time and still in its original condition, it passed to Richard Parnell the current owner and the first person to race her.

equipped with range-extending auxiliary fuel tanks that could be jettisoned in flight. Multi-talented engineer and amateur racer and car designer Simmons, who had already created one special, decided one of these lightweight, streamlined and strong aluminum tanks would make the perfect basis for his second project. Which he’d just talked young racing enthusiast Ray Dreossi into participating in. “I’d been putting up a fairly decent show in novice racing in my (Triumph) TR3,” recalls Dreossi. And Simmons, who was becoming less interested in driving himself, asked him if he’d like to drive his unique DKW-engined, aluminum-tube-framed special. Dreossi naturally jumped at the chance, although the car was approaching its best-before date in competition terms.Simmons then made him another offer he couldn’t refuse. He would design a revolutionary new car that Dreossi would finance and build with his guidance and assistance.

“It would be a sort of apprenticeship,” says Dreossi, who was then in his early 20s. His new mentor pointed out the project would require patience, as a build time-frame of or two or three years was anticipated. “But he said if I maintained the keenness to see it completed, the positive lessons learned would transfer to other aspects of my life,” says Dreossi, who’s now retired after a career as a machinist at General Motors and still friends with Simmons, who is now in a nursing home. Doug Elcomb driving Dreossi special racer Simmons decided his new car would be based on a monocoque or frameless design, making him a pioneer in this form of racecar construction at the time, and realized a surplus F-86 drop tank would be a readymade starting point. Reprint courtesy “The Globe & Mail” Canada

Richard Parnell Surrey England

Canadian racing has a long history of home-built “specials” created from oftenunlikely combinations of inspiration and componentry, but easily one of the most imaginative and exotic is the Dreossi - built from an F-86 Sabre Jet drop tank. Designed by Cecil Simmons and built by Ray Dreossi in the early 1960s, the tiny, shiny, aluminum-bodied racer will make its European debut at the Goodwood Revival historic racing meet in England in September with current owner and vintage racer Doug Elcomb at the wheel. Half a century ago, there was nothing vintage about this innovative little openwheel racer, designed to run in the Canadian Automobile Sport Clubs’ Canada Class, created in 1958 to foster the creation of affordable home-built machinery. Its jet-fighter link is courtesy of the Canadian Air Force which flew Canadair-produced versions of the North American Aviation F-86 jet fighter in the 1950s, that could be

Doug Elcomb Ontario Canada

Image courtesy Chris Carter

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a countryside while Halibrand from the from a retrieve the spinner policeman had to after hunter, though only reluctant souvenir a heated argument. ative. were more co-oper Other spectators car, so they lifted the in jack no There was while Whitmore the front of the GT40 ant wheel. refitted the recalcitr the pits, where a loose After returning to disconnected, ensuring front roll bar was over r, Bondurant took plenty of overstee the standings until, and moved back up lap, he lost it on some on the penultimate so a kilometre marker re loose gravel and hit Whitmo wheel very the hard it ripped off was bad enough had lost earlier. Damage only race while one and to end GT/111’s for a to the nearest bar Bondurant retired

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stiff drink. GT40, production of the When it came to and, idea of a roadster Ford dismissed the Dale Wood made the most of his MG races, as did veteran was repairable, GT/111 John Bowe in the fabulous despite the fact it March F1 car back of the FAV factory, languished in the y stripped of usable A RECORD FIELD of where it was graduall workers more than FAV g mornin 300 historic cars from the up parts. Then one 1940s yard had been cleaned through to the 1990s took arrived to find the the by part in had been removed the Winton Festival of Speed and chassis #111 on August 6-7. scrap merchant. d for more than While the Group N Touring It was presumed destroye 2006 Gelscoe . Car er Cup was the feature race, as a GT4O on a racetrack 40 years, but in Septemb on a GT40 in the the Rose looks quite a good City Tourist Shelby Cobra V8 and nothing mechanics were working remarked, “I’ve got is a familiar 4.7litreTrophy 15-lapper for Group S Production Sports Under the rearr bonnet paddock when a passerby Cars also attracted huge interest. a GT40.” working, on kept y Geoff Morgan (Porsche 911) led The mechanics allegedl ed: “Ours is in need initially but he was forced continu r spectato into the but the it’s pits after nine laps, handing had it for years… fellow of restoration. We’ve Porsche racer Wayne Seabrook d.” the for sale, if you’re intereste lead and, ultimately, the exchanged and a few win. Tony Phone numbers were East Floreani finished second was inspected in an with Doug days later the car mattress Barbour third, making it resting on an old a Group London lock-up, Sc Porsche trifecta. and from ground the off it that had kept Fourth across the line was rusting away. Michael Byrne (Lotus S4 the windshield had It had no top and ng Clubman) from James Calvertit was clearly somethi After a third and fourth in in Jones (Porsche) and Ray been cut away, but the Wood’s team-mate Phil Chester all the support ribs first two races, David Towe Narkiewicz (Chev Corvette), special. For one thing, (ex-JPS (MGC V8) didn’t finish perforated steel, which BMW M3) suffered a broken the first who was the best of the Class the pontoons were price race, but then charged his A es. Sb prototyp driveshaft early in race three, way 12 runners, edging out Ross was unique to the d the through the field to finish Jackson gifting the final overall podium the seller produce second in his Sc De Tomaso Pantera was agreed, and then in race two, and followed and position to Mark Eddy (Nissan that ... the Datsun 280Z of Steve by chassis plate GT/111 icated Smith. authent Skyline and d R31) following three third Morgan had won the opening The car was inspecte places. Spain, who wrote Ronnie y Sc encounter authorit but retired from race GT40 all Holden Commodores showed ely happy that after two leaving Seabrook a comfortable that he was “extrem chassis the way GT40 in Group C, with Daniel missing winner. In the meantime Joe this time one of the Cotterill well ahead of Lindsay of the woodwork”. DiBartolo won both the Sb has finally come out Woollard

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DRIVING HIS ex-GIO Nissan Skyline R32 GTR, Tony Alford won all four Group C and A Heritage Touring Car races, on each occasion holding out Carey McMahon, at the wheel of the 1988 Bathurst-winning Tony Longhurst/Tomas Mezera B&H Ford Sierra.

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RF89) took the win ahead of Andrew McInnes (RF89). Richard Davison (RF89) finished with a third and a second, but slipped back to fifth after a clash with Nethercote on the last lap of the final.

EH) on the final lap, caused (Escort RS1600). Neville to take evasive action and David Brown was as high as that allowed Taranto to snare 11th in his impressive Datsun second. 1600 but joined the list of “It was great to battle against drivers who fell by the wayside some of those more powerful cars throughout the race – which and come out on top,” an elated The 50-kilometre feature included Alf Bargwanna Walmsley said after the race. race of the Winton Festival (Torana), Hansen, Craig Miles of “The driving standards were Speed sported a strong 35-car (Charger), Brent Trengrove fantastic, we raced hard but very (Mustang) and Rob field where Darryl Hansen Burns’ Alfa fair and I think all of us had a lot Romeo GTV. (Ford Mustang) was the initial of fun. These longer races are a pacesetter, until spearing off The feature was the third of at real test of both the car and the turn 10 on lap six. three race wins for Walmsley driver, so it was a very satisfying After a safety car, the race after he won race one ahead win.” resumed with Walmsley leading of Taranto, Hansen, Andy Harry Bargwanna (Mustang) but under pressure from Dean Clempson (Mustang), Smith finished fourth clear of Darren Neville and Angelo Taranto and Harry Bargwanna. Walmsley in Smith (Ford Falcon XY GT), their Chev Camaros with Neville followed that one up with a Garry Treloar (Camaro), John closing right onto Walmsley narrow race two victory over as Harrison (Mustang), Dan van the laps wound down. Hansen with a gap back to Smith Stokrom (Holden Torana XU-1) Ultimately though a lapped who was followed to the line and and the Fords of Tony by Gilfuis spinning Tony Pejkovic (Holden Taranto and Bargwanna. (Capri GT) and David Noakes GARRY O’BRIEN

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N A leafy Adelaide suburban street within walking distance of the old Parklands GP circuit, an important piece of Australian motor racing history is being restored to its former glory after being out of action for 25 years. Bob Anderson is The Ansett Team Elfin MR5 getting to the business campaigned by John McCormack end of a 25-year –a Formula 5000 that twice won project to restore the the New ex-John McCormack Zealand Grand Prix as well as the 1973 Australian Drivers Championsh Elfin MR5. ip – is being brought back to life by veteran Johnnie Walker (5724). The enthusiast Bob Anderson, first two cars who plans to were completed in 1971 and have it back on track next therefore have year. slightly different chassis numbers McCormack has agreed to drive in the the sequence to the three 1972-build restored car when it’s finished, cars. and he’s Although it appeared that McCormack very specific about when that will be – the was a factory driver because Mallala historic meeting on he and Cooper the Anzac teamed up under Ansett colours Day weekend – so he only has in 1972, a few more he owned and prepared his months to pull it all together. MR5 separate from Cooper’s works car. Despite This particular car was the fi that, rst F5000 McCormack was by far the built by Garrie Cooper at his most successful famed Elfi n driver and always beat the other MR5 Elfin factory in the Adelaide suburb of drivers, who in turn upgraded Edwardstown, and was completed to Lola in 1971 (Stewart) and Matich (Walker) for the new Australian National cars. F1. Having As with all the MR5s, the McCormack/ been leading competitors in the previous Anderson car is powered by 2.5-litre formula, driving spaceframe Repco’s development of the 5.0-litre Repco-powered Elfin 600s, iron-block Cooper and V8 produced in Australia by McCormack were keen to get Holden, the involved in capacity of which had to be the new stock-block V8 formula. reduced from 308 cubic inches to 305ci (4994cc) As Cooper’s first monocoque, to meet the MR5 F5000 regulations. was a conservative design with a simple Front end of the MR5 is best Anderson has one complete described as ‘sturdy’. box chassis, but was quite distinctive engine that in Photos: David Hassall has been rebuilt by Dale Koennecke its original form, with a wide of the East Coast watching their ‘tray’ front K&A Engineering heroes, little wing above the front-mount fame, and has bought The unsophisticated MR5 should ed radiator, knowing he would one day have enough bits over the years to own one of not unlike the original Tyrrell been no match for the far more assemble a those famous cars. F1 car of the advanced second. He had the fuel injection time. However, just as Tyrrell Matich, Lola and McRae machines done by and other F1 McCormack debuted his red in 1973, Bob Blurton, MR5 mida famed Lucas racing engineer teams moved to full-width ‘sports but McCormack punched well way through the 1971 Gold car-style’ above his in the UK, who retired to Tamworth Star Series, nosecones, so did Elfin in 1972. weight. He but staggered taking Matich, McRae and a win and two second places has since died. to finish the international The first of four MR5s built visitors by winning the fourth on points (Stewart held was for Anderson is on a life to take Tasmanian McCormack (chassis member of the Triumph New Zealand GP at Pukekohe, the title for Mildren before 5711), the opening Sports Owners Association the Sydney the second for former Mildren of SA and as a round of the Tasman Series, entrant quit racing). McCormack driver but lost his young man, raced a Triumph then Max Stewart (5712), the third points lead with successive retirements. GT6. He was placed third in the 1972 title for Cooper such a fan that for a few years race behind himself (5723) and the fourth he and some Back in Australia he came on Frank Matich (Matich-Repco for SA star strong, mates followed the Tasman A50) and Series down winning the final round at his Kevin Bartlett (Lola-Chev T300). home track, Adelaide International Raceway, to place

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in the first two races before Milton Seferis claimed the honours in races three and four over Cotterill. Justin Nilsson’s weekend ended early when he crashed his Nissan EXA Pulsar in practice.

DALE WOOD took a respite from Supercar duties to make a guest appearance in the MGs and Invited British Sports Cars, and duly won all three in a V8-powered MGB GT, also breaking the category lap record.

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The MR5’s Repco-Holden engine

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second in the series to McRae. McCormack then won the 1973 Australian Drivers Championsh ip, winning three of the five rounds to narrowly beat Walker (Lola T330), who won the other two. By 1974 the MR5 was something of relic, but that didn’t stop McCormack a from adding a second NZGP to his resume, this time at the Wigram airfield circuit, before switching to the smaller Elfin MR6 fitted with a 4.4-litre Leyland

by K&A’s Dale Koennecke.

alloy-block V8, developed for him by Repco and Phil Irving.

McCormack leased the MR5 to reigning Australian Sports Car Champion Phil Moore for the 1974 Gold Star. It was then sold to Glen Nicholls, partly cannibalised for a Sports Sedan and bought by Gavin Sala in Melbourne, who also owned and raced the Garrie Cooper MR5. Anderson, in the meantime, had a successful business importing Triumph parts from the UK and got to know local

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“A few years later, I got better and felt good, so I spoke to Mac about buying it, for whatever it was worth,” Anderson recalls. “I rang and mentioned a figure, then after silence I made another offer, which he said was acceptable, and we did the business.” That was March 2008, and the project has fairly consumed Bob ever since. It took a while to get AP Brakes Yep, it’s an original... in the UK to produce replacement brakes, he found an old original analogue tacho racer Mark Trenoweth, who from the in 1983 bought Donington Collection through a guy who McCormack’s Jaguar XJS sports sedan. worked there, he had the fuel Through Trenoweth, Anderson injection became sorted in the UK, and former friends with McCormack and McCormack in early 1992 engineer Simon Arram produced an airbox talked him into buying back his old car for the car. All the suspension (including from Sala – or at least the many boxes of old-school Armstrong shocks), bits that passed for his Ansett uprights Elfin MR5. and suspension are original, Anderson himself set about while the the restoration wheels came from the ex-Noel Hurd Elfi in Adelaide and had the tub n reskinned by 400 sports car owned by K&A Elfin veteran John Webb, using director the Max Mark Goldsmith. Stewart car to create a new jig. Further Anderson is confi frame repairs were completed dent the MR5 will by Fulvio be ready in its iconic Ansett ‘George’ Mattioli, whose first colours for and last job McCormack to run demonstratio after immigrating to Australia n laps at in his 20s Mallala on April 22-23, and after that he’ll was at Elfin. slip out on a quiet Saturday However, after a decade of working afternoon to see on how a 69-year-old goes behind the car while concentrating the wheel of on his thriving a Formula 5000 monster. business, Anderson was struck down by “We’ll just see what happens bowel cancer and asked McCormack after that,” to he says, pondering his future take the car back home to Tasmania. with a car that At the might have seemed same time he retired and sold a little less daunting the business. when he started restoring it 25 years ago.

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his car was ordered specifically by John Surtees for the 1962 Grand Prix Series. The team was sponsored by Yeoman Credit Finance and the two cars were powered by 1.5 litre

Climax FPF engines. This car was driven during the season by both John Surtees and Roy Salvadori. At the end of the European season, the car competed in South Africa and then the Tasman Series.

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CONNAUGHT ALSR/11 John Coombs/Stirling Moss/Les Leston/ Archie Scott Brown/Tony Brooks The Connaught A-type Long Chassis Sports Racer was developed in early 1954. With the advent of the 2.5 litre Grand Prix format for that season, the front-line career of Connaught’s marvellous A-type Grand Prix car was over as it was superseded by the B-type - the car which came to be known as the Syracuse after Tony Brooks’ win there in 1955. Although the A-type’s career as a monoposto had come to an end, the Send works had amassed a sizeable hoard of chassis and spares and Rodney Clarke and Mike Oliver set about developing an endurance sports racing car. With the design flair of Johnny Johnson, they developed the ALSR. The first car (ALSR/11) was bought and

campaigned by John Coombs whilst the second (ALSR/12) was retained by the works for Connaught’s patron, Kenneth McAlpine. ALSR was immediately successful in the 1954 season and this success continued on a change of ownership from John Coombs to Alan Brown. The year’s peak was reached in October 1954 when Stirling Moss took the car to first in class and tenth overall with a towering drive at the Coupes du Salon at Montlhery. The 1955 season continued to see success for ALSR 11, in the hands of Les Leston most weeks. The pinnacle of the car’s racing career was reached in August that year though as Archie Scott Brown and Les Leston took the car to first in class and sixth overall in the Goodwood Nine Hours, before Stirling Moss drove her to

first in class and seventh overall at the Oulton Park International TT Trophy race the following weekend. The car continued into competition in 1956 but was to feature only once, driven by Tony Brooks at Oulton Park at the British Empire Trophy race in April. The fatal accident of Bill Smith at 1955’s Tourist Trophy race at Dundrod saw the destruction of ALSR/12, and ALSR/11 became the unique, surviving car. In more recent times, the car has competed at numerous historic events in Europe, including those at Monaco Historic, Goodwood Revival, Silverstone Classic, Spa Six Hours and Le Mans Legends. Paul Griffin Hertfordshire England

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John Basso Alfredo Costanzo David Brown John Virgo Andrew McInnes Shane Lee Stuart Dearden Bo Jensen Jason Humble Grant Craft Rod Jolley Joseph Dibartolo Rod Jolley Trevor Bly Raymond Stubber Mark Johnson James Calder Milton Seferis Barry Cannell Richard Davison Barry Cannell Tim Sullivan Kirk Davis Trevor Ross Grant Kelly Lindsay Woollard Brett Hotchkin John Greig David Ramsay P Van Summeren Andrew Sefton Peter Statton Laurie Sellers Daniel Jeffries Stewart Webster Andrew Makin Adrian Read Christopher Oxley William Walker Anthony Sawford Charles McCabe Hung Do Rusty French Todd Willing Bernard Mylon Darcy Russell Matthew Scott Paddins Dowling Paul Blackie Albert Mann Cameron Walters Kim Shearn George Nakas Robert Schapel Terry Lawlor David Roberts Terrence Cutcliffe Alfredo Costanzo Thomas Tweedie Conor Ryan Rodney Hatfield Stanley Adler Darren Smith Phillip Randall Neil Kelly Mike Roddy William Marchi Wesley Charles Geoffrey Walters

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William Marchi John Morrow Travis Engen Dean Whisson Michael Gibson Travis Engen Jeff Trembath Jim Russell Sean Perkin Dean Tighe Richard Hill Jamie Larner Wayne Wilson Bob Harborow David Withers Rory O'Neill Bob Holden Gregory Smith J Calvert Jones Peter McNiven Perry Dayas Simon Gardiner Martyn Piercey Keith Carling William Hemming Anthony Alford Tom Walstab Stephen Pillekers Steven Willing Steven Boyle Philip Lewis John Evans Chris Blanden Jonathon Camp Neil Press Derek McDougall Timothy Wright Graeme Raper Marc Valvekens Glenn Miles Jessieca Penn Terry Lawlor Lyndon Arnel Ronald Townley Aaron Lewis Chris Stillwell Edward Woods Tony Alford Peter Teague John Bowe Brett Lindsay Timothy Lynas Carey McMahon Garry Treloar David Hardman Terence Forrest Paul Flint Chris Cotton Adrian Brady Ian Nuttall John Blanchard Ian Nuthall Stephen Pike Stuart Barnes John Mina Nick Mcdonald Jeffrey Thomas Colin Stark John Pyke

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Cooper T53 Porsche 911 Ralt RT1 Ford Cortina Lola T590 Chevron B17b Commodore VC Ford Racer Porsche 911 Brabham BT36 Morris Cooper S Ralt RT2 Brabham BT29 Maybach Spl Mk1 Porsche Carrera Porsche 911T Toyota Corolla MG-Holden Porsche 911 Holden Torana Porsche Carrera Chevron B42 A/Romeo GTV2000 Tiga SC-84 Elfin 400 Nissan GTR R32 Porsche 928 Torana GTR XU1 Swift FB89 A/Romeo GTV2000 Dino 206SP (R) Elfin Streamliner A/Romeo GTV Elfin Streamliner Escort RS2000 Tiga Elfin Mallala Monoskate Aston Martin DBR4 Valiant Charger Caterham Seven Ford Mustang Lola T440 BWA Special Jaguar E Type Ford Sierra RS500 Elfin Streamliner Nissan HR31 Ford Escort March 741 ARGO JM19 C2 Porche 928 Sierra Cosworth Chevrolet Camaro Van Diemen RF89 JSR Sports MG Midget Coupe Morris Cooper S BMW 320i ALTA F2 Van Diemen RF88 ALTA F2 Austin Healey 3000 Ford Cortina Ford Falcon XD Holden Repco Datsun 260Z Renault Apline Tiga FA82 Page 101


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Morgan Plus 4 Rennmax BN7 Norax C 1 Cooper T75 F2 Norax C 1 Brabham BT36 Porsche 911RS Cheetah Formula 2 Morris Cooper S Tiga SC80 Elfin NG EP Demmitt Reynard FF84 Demmitt Ralt RT4 Ford Capri Holden Torana Cheetah Mk 8 AF2 Ford Capri Avanti Elfin Streamliner Chev Camaro Morris 8 Special Datsun 260Z Tiga SC82 Elfin ME5 Elfin KPS Ford XE Falcon WDC Arbyen Royale RP37 Ford Sierra RS500 Chevrolet Corvette Ford Mustang Van Diemen RF89 Corvette Stingray BMW E30 M3 Ralt RT4 Holden EH A/Romeo Alfetta Reynard 87F Nota Mustang Fastback Toyota Corolla Porsche 917 Brabham BT21-C A/Romeo 105 2000 Lola T204 Brabham BT21-C MG Regah Special Holden Torana xu1 Tiga SC80 Isuzu Gemini BMW 2002 Volvo 240T Van Diemen RF86 BMW 2002 Mazda RX2 Rennmax BN6 Aarons Lotus MK 9 A/Healey 100/4 MG C Ralt RT4 Lola S2000 Chevrolet Camaro Van Diemen RF88 A/Romeo 6C Predator PAC1 Photon Lotus 11 (R) Chrysler E49 Page 103


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Harrison Jones Julian Valmorbida Phillip Shephard Don Boyack Richard East Barry McAdie John Anderson Daniel McIndoe Andrew McCarthy Alan Mayne Max Pegram Craig Degotardi Robert Boast Robert Smith Peter Strauss Carolyn Kruger Brian Henderson Craig Robertson Vern Schuppan Tony Burrage Robert Munday Ian Buddery Richard Longes Keith Simpson John Gillett Adrian Allisey Dean How Kyle Alford Graeme Hughes Lyndon Mcleod Nathan Gordon Anthony Michelsen Norris Miles H MacLennan Santino Di Carlo Andrew Murdoch

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Sierra Cosworth A/Romeo Guila Jaguar E-type Van Diemen RF89 A/Romeo Renault Alpine Elfin Cooper Butler Elford KM-200 Ralt RT4 Mazda RX2 Gemini Ford Mk11 Elfin 600 MG TC Special Holden Torana Brabham BT31 Nissan DR30 RSX Nissan DR30 RSX Valiant Charger E49 Lago Talbot T26C Rennmax 23B Ford Mustang March 86C Bugatti 35B Brabham BT16 MG TC Special S/C Commodore BMW 635CSI (JPS) Datsun 240Z Royale RP37 A/Romeo Alfetta GT Holden GTR XU1 Mustang GT350 Tiga SC82 MG B Morris Cooper S MG MGB GT

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Advertisers Index All Purpose Coatings............................................... 12 Apex .................................................................. 77, 85 Aporschapart........................................................... 70 Astley Mobility ......................................................... 98 Australian Calibrating Services ............................... 37 Australian Classic Wire Wheels ............................. 100 Auto Action Magazine ............................................. 96 Auto Restorations NZ ........................................ 58, 75 Autobarn ..............................41, 55, 67, 82, rear cover Autopics .................................................................... 6 Autumn Historic Warwick ........................................ 78 Ayres........................................................................ 79 BGT Brake & Clutch ................................................ 64 Blue Sky Engineering Services ............................... 90 BOI Performance ..................................................... 85 Borland Racing Developments ............................... 16 Bosch .................................................... 11, 31, 62, 95 Brian Sampson's Race Car Transporter .................. 47 Brooklands Classic Cars ................................... 20, 81 Burson Auto Parts ...............13, 37, 87, 88, rear cover Bus service ................................................................ 6 Callanish Restorations ...................................... 64, 89 CGB Precision Products Pty Ltd ............................. 72 Circuit Map ........................................................ 6, 104 Classic & Race Storage .......................................... 59 Clive Cams ........................................................ 28, 83 Competitor list ..............................................101 - 104 Cooldrive Distribution .............................. 4, 43, 56, 79 Cope-Williams Wine .......................................... 45, 90 Coxy's Motorsport Spares ....................................... 85 Creditline Australia .................................................. 66 Dana Precision .................................................. 28, 91 Elfin GTS for sale ..................................................... 32 Elfin Mono for sale................................................... 91 Fishprint................................................................... 30 Geoff Kelly ............................................................... 70 Gippsland Car Club .......................................... 39, 69 Historic categories .................................................. 18 Historic Queensland.................................................. 6 Historic Race Committee .......................................... 9 Historic Sandown .................................................... 92 Historic Winton ........................................................ 80 HM Gem Engines .................................................... 46 Kalorama Rally ........................................................ 78

Kitco ........................................................................ 62 L J Performance Sportscars.................................... 72 Lola T163 for sale .................................................... 49 Lola T342 for sale .................................................... 81 Lola T644E for sale.................................................. 27 Long Range Automotive ......................................... 93 Mallala All Historic Race Meeting............................ 74 Manton Motoring Books.......................................... 31 Marsh Classic Restorations .................................... 47 Martini Tours ............................................................ 60 McBadges ............................................................... 31 Medallions - for sale ................................................ 21 Mercedes-Benz Melbourne ................... 22, 27, 35, 66 Mossgreen Auctions ............................................... 51 Mustang Motorsport.................................................. 7 Myrniong Sprints ..................................................... 40 National Vietnam Veterans Museum ....................... 93 Nevco Engineering .................................................. 24 Nokian Snow Tyres .................................................. 15 Penguin's Nest ........................................................ 21 Penrite ............................................. 29, 40, 50, 52, 68 Performance Ignition ............................................... 24 raceglass.com.au.................................................... 16 Rob Roy Hillclimb .................................................... 70 Schaeffler ................................................................ 33 Select OwnersCorp Management........................... 65 Shannons ................ Inside front cover, 14, 25, 44, 73 Splitrock..................................... 41, 44, 50, 67, 73, 99 The Healey Factory ................................................. 20 Tilta Trailers ........................................................ 63, 68 Travelrite International ...................... Inside rear cover Ultimatecarpage.com.................... 45, 50, 67, 83, 104 V & A Spiteri ............................................................ 36 VACC ..................................................... 34, 42, 76, 99 Van Duin Body Works............................................ 105 VDO Continental Pty Ltd ......................................... 58 VHRR Membership form ....................................... 106 VHT .......................................................................... 48 Vic Flag Marshals .................................................... 63 Vintage & Classic Garage ....................................... 78 Vintage Racecar ...................................................... 26 Winton Festival of Speed ........................................ 84 Woodford Trailers ...................................................... 8 YAMS Foundation .................................................... 24

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The club has been so successful over the years that meetings held at the Grand Prix Circuit at Phillip Island in February/March, and at Sandown Park in November, now attract some of the most awe-inspiring cars from Australia, New Zealand, and the rest of the world. We regularly see cars from the UK, USA, Germany, Hong Kong etc. Ferrari, A/Romeo, BRM, Maserati, Cooper, Jaguar, HMW, Maybach, MG, Lago Talbot, plus many Australian specials.

APPLICATION FOR MEMBERSHIP 2016 - 2017 (1st July - 30th June)

Name ............................................................................................................. Date of birth: .........................

Many overseas owners and drivers find the warmth of the welcome at these meetings, the charisma of racing at these fabulous circuits, and the Australian hospitality, brings them back to this country year after year.

Address ......................................................................................................... Suburb: .......................................................................Postcode .................. Home phone :.....................................Mobile ............................................... Email..............................................................................................................

It is not necessary to own your own historic car. Many VHRR members join the club to be involved in the historic movement. To assist if they wish, or to merely enjoy the vicarious pleasures of historic racing.

Name of spouse/partner ............................................................................... Historic cars .................................................................................................. Historic Racing Category (if applicable) ....................................................... I hereby apply for membership of the VHRR and agree to be bound by the Club constitution and rules. See www.vhrr.com

The VHRR caters for cars meeting the requirements of the 5th Category in Australia, or invited cars.

Signature ………………………………………. Date ....................................

At race meetings you might see open wheeled racing cars, flashy racing sports cars. Formula Ford, Formula Junior, Touring Cars from the 1920’s to the 1980’s. Some of the cars are driven by well-known racing identities still keeping their hand in. A world champion might even make an appearance!

Nominated by VHRR member (Printed name & signature) ........................................................................... Seconded by VHRR member (printed name & signature) ........................................................................... Club Championship entry - if you intend to compete in VHRR events and wish to be in contention for the Championship please tick this box I agree to allow the VHRR to release my contact details to other historic racing clubs for the purpose of mailing entry forms etc. Yes/No Your monthly Newsletter will be sent to your nominated email address.

So whether you race, or just want to watch, the VHRR has full race meetings, hill climbs or speed events to cater for you.

Spouses and/or dependant children can become Associate Members for $60 Please enter Associate Member names here:

Call Debbie Collins 0408 543 449

VHRR MEMBERSHIP

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he VHRR was established in 1976 to promote Historic Motor Racing in Victoria, and where possible assist with its growth throughout Australia. Race meetings and speed events are held thoughout the year, giving owners of historic racing cars, and those interested in such vehicles, the opportunity to exercise their cars and feel the exhilaration of running such fine machinery, or just to be close by.

....................................................................................................................... PAYMENT OPTIONS • CHEQUE/MONEY ORDER payable to VHRR • ELECTRONIC FUNDS TRANSFER to VHRR Inc, BSB 083-451, Account 04-950-5384 with surname and membership number as reference. Please attach a copy of the payment receipt when returning this renewal form. • CREDIT CARD Visa CCV Number.............. Master Card Credit card number

Expiry Date ......./....... Name of Cardholder ..................................................................................... I authorise the Victorian Historic Racing Register to draw the above amount from my credit card. Signature .......................................................................................................

FEES MEMBERSHIP FEE $155.00 $............... ASSOCIATE MEMBER FEE (Spouse/partner & dependent children only) $60.00 $............... NON RACING MEMBERSHIP (Over 65 years)$110.00 $............... JUNIOR MEMBERSHIP (under 21) $80.00 $............... JUNIOR MEMBERSHIP Free (Members children 14-21 years competing in historic motor sport) VHRR DECAL (Small) $5.00 $............... VHRR DECAL (Large - suit trailers) $15.00 $............... RADIATOR BADGE $35.00 $............... VHRR CLOTH BADGE $6.00 $............... VHRR LANYARD $3.50 $............... TOTAL DUE

$...............

PLEASE RETURN COMPLETED FORM by mail: Send to VHRR C/- Debbie Collins, 3/24 Foote Street, Albert Park. 3206 or by email: Send scanned copies to joinvhrr@gmail.com


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