LEINSTER TROPHY RACE
The Leinster Trophy International Race will be run on July 21st next over 15 laps of the Wicklow Circuit of 8.84 miles. It will include a Formula Free Scratch raft, a sports car scratch race and a handicap. It is a trade supported event enjoying the usual privileges of free
supplies, bonuses, etc. The lap record for this circuit, which is a succession of fast curves with only three slow corners, stands to the credit of R. Baird’s Meteorite at 80.28 m.p.h.
Regulations will he available in a short time, but British drivers who intend to compete are advised to write the Leinster Motor Club at 27, South William Street, Dublin, as soon as possible as shipping space for cars in mid-July may be difficult to get.
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