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I don't have the name of number 38, but he's got the V8 powered stock car built by Paul Branson, who briefly raced F1 as 125, and F2 as 457. F1 wise, his best result was second in a Final at Belle Vue, and in F2 he won both Finals at a Skegness weekend
does any one know of any pete hall built chassis's that are lying around rusting unwanted and forgotten, these were race winning cars 20 odd years ago and pioneered by dave luscombe, steve tozer, norman modeliki, adrian green, steve green(90) and darren
Heat one, 61,1,79,231,944,48,52,140. Heat Two, 79,61,231,95,12,944,140,48. Final 61,1,944,79,216,140,52,48, G.N. 1,61,944,216,52,231,48,140.
Over the course of the next couple of nights i will post all the Heats, final and both nationals. It was all filmed in Hight Definition, however the size of each race was way over what You tube allow so i have had to cut the resolution down. Heat One
Heat one http://youtu.be/UeQV-vpisqA Heat Two http://youtu.be/-o5SV6efrOM Final http://youtu.be/WiZZvy_vqrU Grand National http://youtu.be/-xnW1xzmPpo
Posted on behalf of George Rimmer who has spent 12 month's negotiating with Warton to arrange a BriSCA Heritage visit to the Lancashire track. With all the current interest and debate at the moment regarding Heritage racing, the good folk of Stoxnet