HOW THEY FARED.
3 In this graph are shown the leading cars every half-how on a handicap basis.
The cars corresponding to the numbers shown on the graph are as follows : No. 15-E. R. Hall (M.G. Midget) ; No. I9-C. R. Whit croft (Riley) ; No. 20-A. G. Miller (Riley) ; No. 21-W. A. Cuthbert (Riley) ; No. 28-W. E. Humphreys (Amilcar) ; No. 29-H. W. Purdy (Thomas-Special) ; No. 33-H. Widengren (OM.) ; No. 35-Noel Carr (Bugatti) ; No. 36-Brian Lewis (Talbot) ; No. 37-f. S. Hindmarsh (Talbot) ; No. 41-Sir Henry Birkin (Alfa-Romeo) ; No. 46-f acid Dtznfee (Bentley).
As can be seen, the leader during the first three hours was Whitcroft ; he retired with clutch trouble. His place was then taken by the winning Berztley. which 30 minutes after the fourth hour, gave way to Lewis’s Talbot, to again assume premier place in the last hour.
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