This year’s Mobil Economy Run, organised by the Hants and Berks MC, was a sweeping success for British Leyland whose standard cars won four out of the five capacity classes.
500 c.c.-1,000 c.c. H. Marfleet/D. Dixon … (Mini Clubman) – 51.049 m.p.g.
1,001 c.c.-1,300 c.c.: A. Hennessey/B. Davies … (Austin 1300) – 44.733 m.p.g.
1,301 c.c.-1,750 c.c.: T. Willson/A. Cowall … (Toyota Celica) – 41.285 m.p.g.
1,751 c.c.-2,500 c.c.: J. Hood/P. Durant … (Morris Marina 1.8 coupé) – 39.833 m.p.g.
Automatics: P. Tuthill/P. Readings … (Morris Marina 1.8) – 34.249 m.p.g.
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