Trevor Lambert had the old Overland record breaker there. It didn't put a foot wrong all weekend, except for throwing a tread on one of those ancient tyres. Bit of a learning curve for Trevor and Roger Trethewey on tyre changing from the 20s. The wheel doesnt come off, just the rim. Not as quick as the Elfin or the Bolwell but it accounts for itself pretty well nevertheless.
Here's TC disappearing out of the frame with his mate from Sydney. It was a real Alfa weekend and I'll show you the 2 P3s later.
Here's Geoff Redin contemplating his navel or falling asleep in Ral Rainsford's Uffindel Austin. Geoff built, and still drives (occasionally) a very nice Cobra replica (his son built one too) and also rebuilt the body for this very famous Austin 7 which is a credit to him. With the lack of grunt by today's standards in the Austin 7, which is very much original, I'll bet Geoff was glad to step into his bike engined BAE Mk.II at Collingrove the following weekend.