Phil Hindley remains the man to beat on both the Tour and Mini Britannia when he extended his unbroken sequence to four wins during the third running of the one-day Mini Britannia in his Tech 9 Porsche 911.
Hindley and co-driver Andy Bull, won seven of the eight special stages to beat the Chevrolet Camaro Z28 of Stuart Scott and Steve Wood by just under a minute.
The event ran over special stages at Mercedes-Benz World, Dunsfold airfield, Farnborough airport and Jody Scheckter’s farm at Laverstoke Park.
Brothers Steve and Tony Graham secured victory on the concurrent regularity rally in their Lancia Fulvia.
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