Willie Green had to work hard for victory in the Lloyds and Scottish Historic Championship race in the oversteering JCB Ferrari Dino. A battle royal saw the lead change as many as four times a lap. Above, Robs Lamplough’s BRM P25 heads Green and Alain de Cadenet’s Aston Martin DBR4 at Woodcote. Bruce Halford’s Lotus 16 came through to second in the closing stages when the Aston spun, slowing Lamplough. Competitors from the 1949 British Grand Prix, in a parade to mark its 30th Anniversary, included John Bolster in ERA R5B Remus, below right, Bob Gerard in ERA R14B, right, the partnership which finished second in 1949, and T. C. Harrison and David Hampshire, the latter fourth in ERA R1A thirty years ago, who shared a Monza Alfa on this occasion.