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The 750 Motor Club had a successful run to Boulogne in October, with no nonstarters and the 19 A7s (dating from 1927 to 1938), a pre-war Morris 8 and modern Nissan and Ford support vehicles all completing the 120-mile journey. In the course of this trip it became apparent that a group headed by Guy Louchez is hoping to revive racing over the pre-war Boulogne circuit.

Entries have closed for the 1988 MCC Exeter Trial on January 8-9, but chief marshal David Platford (55 Minosa Road, Hayes, Middlesex UB4 9EQ) would probably like to hear from experienced marshals.

The latest we have heard of the London-to-Sydney Vintage Car Endurance Run for pre-1931 cars, due to start on New Year’s Day, is that entries include two Fords, a Rolls-Royce, a Talbot, a Lancia, a Morris and a Vauxhall.

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