Ernie Graham emerged to take a popular debut win in the fourth round of the Armajaro MSA British Historic Rally Championship.
Graham guided his Escort RS1600 through the dusty mid-Wales stages to win the post-historic division, while Steve Perez (Porsche 911) beat Paul Kynaston’s Sunbeam Tiger by just 1sec for historic glory.
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Argentinians Sielecki and Hervas won the Mille Miglia Retro in late May in their Bugatti T23 Brescia, having finished second a year earlier. The Italian Vesco brothers took the runner-up slot in their 1934 Fiat 508S, with another home crew third in the form of Aghem/Conti (Alfa Romeo 6C).
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The Formula Junior Mallock U2 of Fyrth Crosse claimed FTD at VSCC Wiscombe Park in May. The nimble, front-engined machine set a pace that was just out of reach of the fastest pre-war car, which was Bruce Spollon’s ERA R8C.
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