ISLE OF MAN T.T. RACE R. J. B. SEAMAN’S FINE VICTORY ON TEN-YEAR-OLD CAR
Seaman won the Douglas race at an average speed of 69.76 m.p.h., winning by 81 seconds. Herewith a list of the results. A fully illustrated report of this race will be published in our next month’s issue. Result:
1. R. J. B. Seaman, 1,460 c.c. Deiage (S), 2h. 52m. Is. Speed 69.76 m.p.h.
2. “B. Hirai,” 1,488 c.c. E.R.A. (S), 2h. 53m. 18s. Speed 69.23 m.p.h.
3. C. Paul, 1,488 c.c. E.R.A. (8), 2h. 55m. 28. Speed 68.57 m.p.h.
4. P. G. Fairfield, 1,488r. E.R.A. (S), 21i. 55rn. 23s. Speed 68.40 m.p.h.
5. M. Lehoux, 1,488 c.c. E.R.A. (S), 211. 55m. 47s. Speed 68.27 m.p.h.
6. G. F. A. Manby-Colegrave, 1,488 c.c. E.R.A.
(S), 3h. 4m. 578. Speed 60.90 m.p.h. Still Running at the End Six finished. Nineteen started
W. G. Everitt, 1,488 c.c. E.R.A. (8), 47 laps.
C. J. P. Dodson, 744 c.c. Austin (8), 44 laps.
L. R. Briggs, 1,087 c.c. M.G. (S), 43 laps.
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