The race for British Sports Production cars between 1960 and 1966 was full of a lovely array of machinery, from the more common (though utterly immaculate) MGBs to the more rare Reliant Sabre Sixes, to a couple of WSMs (me neither), a Daimler SP250, early TVRs, and more. Lovely ecclectic field with racing from front to back. Sadly for the green TVR Grantura which led for the majority it was not to be, and it fell by the wayside, leaving the way for the red TVR grantura, which fell by the wayside, leaving the way for the eventual winner, the red MGB.
Really good way to start the day, and with a pre-race gridwalk was a very nice early monring sunday treat.
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