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#1 Giraffe

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Posted 10 February 2013 - 10:44

As suggested by Howden Ganley......"Re the photos you have posted from the Denny Festival. It occurs to me that they

are a bit ' lost ' on the Tasman Revival thread . Dave Abbott's series is very impressive , but the Denny

Festival was a different event in parallel .

SO - just a suggestion - would it be a good idea to start a new thread , dedicated

to the Denny Hulme Festival ? There are so many great remembrances from it - with photos - that I think

it deserves it's own forum . ie Denny Hulme Festival thread . Howden"

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One new car debuted over the weekend was Auckland series stalwart Poul Christie's ex Peter Gethin McLaren M10B



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Howden Ganley and Sid Taylor (pictured here with Poul) were present at Hampton Downs on Sunday to see the McLaren run.

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Jan McLaren, Poul Christie, Sid Taylor's old motorhome driver with Theodore GP, Warren Hammond & Sid himself.

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The Hulme / McLaren clan at Hampton Downs on Sunday.

Front row Adele Hulme, Dennys daughter and Jan McLaren, Bruces sister, and Amanda McLaren, Bruce McLaren's daughter, Howden Ganley who worked with Bruce and Eoin Young who also worked with Bruce and Sid Taylor, who helped Denis Hulme with his racing and was friends with Bruce McLaren.

Back row: Jim Murdoch and Cary Taylor who worked with Bruce and Denny at Team McLaren and Phil Kerr friend of Bruce McLaren and was part of Team McLaren and Phil Sharp, who worked with Denis at McLaren and John Steenson and Michael Clark and Anita Hulme, Denis's sister and Greeta Hulme, Denis's wife and Chris Amon.

identification of members: Howden Ganley


Seen at Hampton Downs...

TNFer John Ellacott captures the interest of Jan McLaren and Adele Hulme with one of his photos....

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Susanne Stone & Jan McLaren...

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TNFer Pink Snail's stickers even get to New Zealand!

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Could say "& my great-grandad's a VC" on the back....

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Greeta & Anita Hulme in Denny's first MG....

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Howden Ganley's campaign to wind TNFer Layabout up was widespread......

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Wally Wilmott & Jay Esterer.....

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KIWI! ace Jim Richards...

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Howden Ganley sideways on the grass at 160mph in the Gulf GT40.......

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MR & Mrs Phil Kerr out for a drive.....

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Series stalwart & Airbus Senior Training Captain Dave Abbott trying Poul Christie's M10B for size priot to my alerting Poul that there is only one "Y" in Sidney......

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STILL a Kiwi, Jim Richards again.....

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Eoin Young greets Sid Taylor on the Sunday shortly before Eoin was taken ill.

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#2 Giraffe

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Posted 10 February 2013 - 11:05

Hey Locke, just found another great pic of Howden........;)

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.....now to plough through the 2000 or more pics I took over the two truly wonderful weekends...... :stoned:

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Posted 10 February 2013 - 11:23

Could say "& my great-grandad's a VC" on the back....

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That's lovely, real 'tear to the eye' stuff.


#4 JacnGille

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Posted 11 February 2013 - 00:16

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#5 Giraffe

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Posted 11 February 2013 - 10:50

Howden back on the case......

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Many of Denny's cars about.....

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...& trucks...


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...& boats.... daughter Adele supervises Denny's Fletcher "Can-Am" towed by his Range Rover....

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....with appropriate powerplant..... :eek:


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#6 Giraffe

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Posted 11 February 2013 - 11:02

The Gulf Oils transporter......

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Great line-up of MGs....

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Author Michael Clark in his Crossle 32F...

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Howden....before & after...!

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....likewise Greeta Hulme! Knit one purl one.............

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#7 Giraffe

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Posted 11 February 2013 - 11:16

Chinese whispers.... Howden Ganley to Eoin Young...... Chris Amon to Sidney Taylor....

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L to R : Cary Taylor , Anita Hulme, Phil Sharp ( obscured ) Jan McLaren , Phil Kerr , Eoin Young , Amanda McLaren .


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Ace mechanic Ron Bennett's copy of "Memories of the Bear" by Eoin Young (& Michael Clark) gets signed up for him..... Cary Taylor , Phil Sharp , Phil Kerr , Eoin Young.

Not everyone recognises Phil Sharp . He and Cary were at Colnbrook in those days of the orange cars - F1 , CanAm ,
and Indy . Incredible years .


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Adele Hulme, & Jan & Amanda McLaren....

TNFer John Ellacott introduces me to a TNFer whose name eludes me.... please identify yourself! :blush:

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#8 Giraffe

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Posted 11 February 2013 - 11:53

Good to see a bit of Bolton in New Zealand, Travis Engen's Chevron B17B & Murray Sinclair's B16

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Posted 11 February 2013 - 21:10

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TNFer John Ellacott introduces me to a TNFer whose name eludes me.... please identify yourself! :blush:

That is Dick Willis with John.

Dale.

#10 Ray Bell

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Posted 11 February 2013 - 21:58

Looks like he was having a rough time...

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No tears... just admiration. And a little bit of The Bear is evident in her too!

#11 Giraffe

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Posted 11 February 2013 - 22:06

Here is an interesting line-up, as described by Howden Ganley....

Cary Taylor , Bruce Wilson , be Jesus ( himself ) and HG.



Bruce Wilson was the guy who made Chris's 250F Maserati work.

Very clever guy . Chris gives him major credit for the part Bruce

played in his career .


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Posted 11 February 2013 - 23:00

Saw some coverage on the TV over the weekend, looked like a very small crowd at the track. How did it compare with the Bruce McLaren event in 2010.

#13 Giraffe

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Posted 12 February 2013 - 07:35

Saw some coverage on the TV over the weekend, looked like a very small crowd at the track. How did it compare with the Bruce McLaren event in 2010.

The first of the two weekends appeared to be the better attended, the second coinciding with the Auckland Day holiday weekend & good weather which may have diverted some potential racegoers. I did however notice that on the second weekend, a meeting at the drag strip next door to Hampton Downs had drawn a reasonably good sized crowd.
With the exception of the Goodwoods and the Silverstone Classic, the crowd on either weekend would have been excellent for a similar UK historic meeting, such as the Oulton Gold Cup. The main public carparks are outside the circuit and there are none of the ostentatious motorhomes that we have become used to in UK paddocks, so the 'feel' is less crowded.

I understand that the Bruce tribute drew an exceptional crowd.

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Posted 13 February 2013 - 19:51

Hey Locke, just found another great pic of Howden........;)

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.....now to plough through the 2000 or more pics I took over the two truly wonderful weekends...... :stoned:



Hi,Not being very well informed on the various designations of early 1930's MG's,could somebody tell me if this is a converted K1 into a K3,or is it a real K3 with a chassis number and which number it might be? :confused:

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Posted 13 February 2013 - 21:20

The only part of the registration number visible "K1" does not appear in the list of genuine K3s in Mike Hawke's book. The front brakes appear to be K1... Nice car though!

#16 Tim Murray

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Posted 13 February 2013 - 21:58

The rest of the registration number (if that is what it is) can be seen here:

Great line-up of MGs....

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so it's 'MG K1', which presumably tells us something.

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Posted 14 February 2013 - 05:40

"MG K1" is John H's K3 replica based on a K1 with chassis number K0388. I understand K0389 is also in New Zealand being restored. I met John during a pre war MG rally in Victoria, Australia.

Cheers,
Matthew.

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Posted 14 February 2013 - 06:31

Just found this... what a great thread, Giraffe! :up:

As mentioned above, the photo of Denny's Granddaughter is downright precious!

Denny was one of the first professional drivers that had a real impact on me. First time I saw him was at the 1967 Road America Can-Am, when barely 7, and those M6As were bigger than life to a little kid (and I imagine to adults as well). The only things bigger were He and Bruce, I seem to recall calling him "Hul-mee" and presume my Dad corrected me. All I talked about at school, at least until the '68 race, were those orange elephants and the space travelers aboard them. I'll never forget it as long as I live. :)

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Posted 14 February 2013 - 11:41

"MG K1" is John H's K3 replica based on a K1 with chassis number K0388. I understand K0389 is also in New Zealand being restored. I met John during a pre war MG rally in Victoria, Australia.
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Cheers,p

Matthew.p

Thanks very much for the prompt responce.I am helping out on a similar project nice to see what can be achieved. :up:

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#20 Giraffe

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Posted 14 February 2013 - 14:40

All I talked about at school were those orange elephants and the space travelers aboard them. I'll never forget it as long as I live. :)


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#21 Giraffe

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Posted 14 February 2013 - 14:47

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#22 E1pix

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Posted 14 February 2013 - 18:01

Fabulous, Giraffe! :up: :) Man, it sure seems to be Down Under's "turn" of late, wish we were there.

I built a 1/12 scale of that M8A about 450 moons ago. Never was able to get it running, though. :(

The #51 M8FP ran over here for a while, including being buried in Elkhart Lake gravel well above the tub bottom. Glad it was there, surely its owner would agree. :eek:

What's the story on that #66 "McLaren?" Interesting...

#23 Tim Murray

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Posted 14 February 2013 - 19:04

What's the story on that #66 "McLaren?" Interesting...

The car is Barry Kirk-Burnnand's McLaren M12. I believe that this car (chassis M12-60-08) is one of the two M12s originally raced in Japan fitted with Toyota V8 engines. Apparently this car later spent 15 years on display in a restaurant in Japan before being 'rescued'.

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Posted 14 February 2013 - 19:57

The car is Barry Kirk-Burnnand's McLaren M12. I believe that this car (chassis M12-60-08) is one of the two M12s originally raced in Japan fitted with Toyota V8 engines. Apparently this car later spent 15 years on display in a restaurant in Japan before being 'rescued'.

Aaaahhh, Thanks Tim. That's one customer version often forgotten for me, the M8A re-make am I right? The modified tail threw me off, or so that's my excuse. ;)

What a beauty, Eric, how true. I could say the same, ten years later (other cars, of course). I used to read my bible - Autosprint - under my desk school and draw race car chassis. [the school took care of itself... :rolleyes: ]

Thanks Regga, mine "over here" was Autoweek. I read those cover to cover for well over a decade, funny how much time there is for that when a kid. Too many other interests got in the way since. :)

It's funny, when I see a M8F or a M20 now, it still never looks outdated. Too classic to be bounded by time.

#25 Giraffe

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Posted 15 February 2013 - 11:37

Ernie Nagamatsu collars Greeta & Adele Hulme for autographs...

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Ernie's Kilpatrick Porsche 356 Speedster....

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Lotus 47 of Jason Liefing / Paul McCarthy....

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Ex-Ago Cooper....
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Interesting Mercedes 6 litre 450SL of Roger Williams.....

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Adrian Dobbe's 3.3 litre Vauxhall Viva....

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Greenwood Corvette replica....

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Ex-Allan Moffat RS3100 Capri...

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Denny's TWR Bastos Rover Vitesse

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#26 Tim Murray

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Posted 15 February 2013 - 13:12

Ex-Ago Cooper....
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As Tony noted, it says Giacomo Agostini on the display board:

This Cooper T52 was delivered new, minus engine and gearbox, to motorcycle ace Giacomo Agostini in Italy where it was fitted with a Lancia Appia V4 and a Volkswagen gearbox. The Lancia-engined Cooper proved quite competitive, usually finishing in the Top 10 & is believed to have run in the Monaco Grand Prix supporting Formula Junior race in period.

But is this correct? According to DCN's Cooper Cars chassis FJ/16/60 was originally supplied to Enrico Agostini, and it was he who raced it in the 1961 Monaco FJ race. Here's the Bonhams blurb from when they sold the car in 2012:

http://www.bonhams.c.../20145/lot/172/

Note how similar some of the relevant wording is to that on the display board, except that Bonhams refer to Enrico Agostini, not Giacomo. So, is there any link between Enrico and Giacomo, or has the new owner got a bit confused?

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Posted 15 February 2013 - 13:43

It's funny, when I see a M8F or a M20 now, it still never looks outdated. Too classic to be bounded by time.

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#28 E1pix

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Posted 15 February 2013 - 20:51

:wave:

Giraffe, love that Speedster! :up:

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Posted 15 February 2013 - 21:33

As Tony noted, it says Giacomo Agostini on the display board:


But is this correct? According to DCN's Cooper Cars chassis FJ/16/60 was originally supplied to Enrico Agostini, and it was he who raced it in the 1961 Monaco FJ race. Here's the Bonhams blurb from when they sold the car in 2012:

http://www.bonhams.c.../20145/lot/172/

Note how similar some of the relevant wording is to that on the display board, except that Bonhams refer to Enrico Agostini, not Giacomo. So, is there any link between Enrico and Giacomo, or has the new owner got a bit confused?



Ago would only have been 18 or 19 at the time so I think you're right about the owner getting confused Tim

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Posted 15 February 2013 - 21:34

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TNFer John Ellacott introduces me to a TNFer whose name eludes me.... please identify yourself! :blush:

That is Dick Willis with John.

Dale.


A candid pic caught at a rather difficult time when the Cooper wasn't behaving itself

#31 Giraffe

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Posted 15 February 2013 - 22:27

A candid pic caught at a rather difficult time when the Cooper wasn't behaving itself


But good to meet you, Dick! Many thanks to John E. for that! :up:

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Posted 16 February 2013 - 09:01

Apparently, Sidney Taylor has requested that I post this photo featuring L to R: Mark Hutchinson (partner of) international artist Lynda Shephard-Parker, Sidney Taylor, Greeta Hulme, Tony Gallagher & Howden Ganley......

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Kenny Smith in Lola T332 HU54

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F5000 stalwart & Airbus Captain Dave Abbott in his Lola T430 HU2....

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Steve Ross in his McRae GM1 009.......

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The eyecatching Begg FM5-2 of Lindsay O'Donnell......

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The be-winged Lola T190 F1/8 of Eric Haga....

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The familiar Lola T400 HU8 of Shayne Windelburn....

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Bill Hemming's Elfin MR8 AC....

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Peter Sundberg in his Lola T332 HU16....

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#33 E1pix

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Posted 16 February 2013 - 19:16

Oh No, that's terrible news. :(

Best Wishes to Stan and his family.

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Posted 17 February 2013 - 00:16

This is from the Bruce McLaren event, good to see the circus circus car back again

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Posted 17 February 2013 - 08:27

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Bernie Hines Lola T440 & crew...... :)

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Posted 18 February 2013 - 03:27

Some Additional pictures provided by Howden



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Denny Hulme’s Grand Daughters



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L-R Greeta Hulme, Sandra Young with her and Eoin’s Grandson Alfie



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L-R Dave Harris, Mike Endean (Mike was the founder of X-Trac. Both are former Hewland employees)



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L-R Michael Clark and Bruce Wilson (formerly Chris Amon’s mechanic)



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L-R The Historic Formula Ford Guys – Michael Clark, Phil Foulkes, Peter Grant (AKA “Baldric’)




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Posted 18 February 2013 - 05:06

I'll add a few photos when I'm back in th UK. I've followed the F5000 and Juniors for the last five weeks so I have quite a few.

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Posted 18 February 2013 - 11:38

Historic Formula Fords sweep into the hairpin......

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...Michael Clark in his Crossle 32F heading this pack....


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Paul McMorran along with James Hagan were over from Northern Ireland.

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Tim Rush in the ex-Denny Hulme Brabham BT4 (IC-2-62).

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Henry Oosterbaan in his Alton Holden AR2.

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John Rowe in Cooper T45 (F2-10-58).

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Eventual series champion Steve Ross in his McRae GM1 - 009 heads up an impressive grid of F5000 machinery at the meeting.

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#39 E1pix

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Posted 18 February 2013 - 19:55

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Holy Expletive! :eek: :up:

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#40 Giraffe

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Posted 18 February 2013 - 20:45

Holy Expletive! :eek: :up:


Quite Eric! From another angle......

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#41 E1pix

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Posted 18 February 2013 - 21:19

Fabulous, Tony! :up:

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Posted 19 February 2013 - 01:52

Oh My!!!


#43 Giraffe

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Posted 19 February 2013 - 09:14

Ready to rumble.....

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Kenny Smith rolls out.......

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#44 E1pix

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Posted 19 February 2013 - 09:34

F5000 Overload! F5000 Overload! :up:

(no such thang)

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Posted 19 February 2013 - 10:01

Pretty amazing Eric, we never had a grid anywhere near that size back in the day in Australia - not all F5000 cars, might have gone close with F Pacifics thrown in. 20 - 21 F5000's were on the grid at Sandown and Surfers in 1977. Alan Jones leading Lawrence, Costanzo, Cooper, Pescarolo in the Goss Matich, etc,etc

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#46 Giraffe

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Posted 19 February 2013 - 10:05

Neil McCruddon's Macon MR1 F2......

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A familiar name on this 1969 Pontiac Firebird......

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Jay Esterer & the McBegg....

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Seemingly unrestored....the Kevin Anderson owned ex-Denny Hulme 1960 Cooper T52 BMC FJ that he campaigned in Europe in 1960 and brought back to New Zealand where he sold it to Roly Levis.

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#47 E1pix

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Posted 19 February 2013 - 20:13

Pretty amazing Eric, we never had a grid anywhere near that size back in the day in Australia - not all F5000 cars, might have gone close with F Pacifics thrown in. 20 - 21 F5000's were on the grid at Sandown and Surfers in 1977. Alan Jones leading Lawrence, Costanzo, Cooper, Pescarolo in the Goss Matich, etc,etc

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Great shot, and Real Men do standing starts! :up:

Yes Lindsay, and as you know it's easy to think the opposite in retrospect... 30 cars on a track can seem a lot like 45. Knowing there's more now than then has to be really special!

Wish you bums [ ;) ] would bring the show up here. We got beer and everything at Road America.


Thanks Again Tony. I gotta wonder the story behind Jay Esterer's uniform. Looks like an ex-Justin Wilson to me...

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Posted 20 February 2013 - 10:06

Some great pictures from down under courtesy of Tony `Giraffe` Gallagher :up: . Like the caption "The.... familiar....Lola T400 HU8 ......."sponsored by Durex!! :lol: :lol: Family-ar and Durex in the same sentence, top marks Tony :drunk: ! One day I would love to get down under and see these guys in action :smoking: .

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#49 Giraffe

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Posted 20 February 2013 - 10:34

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Lest we forget, everyone was at Hampton Downs to honour Denny......

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#50 Giraffe

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Posted 20 February 2013 - 18:28

Hampton Downs is a great place to watch motorsport....

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....even if that happens to be from Sir Colin Giltrap's suite......

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The suite blocks from the track......

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They do like their heavy metal in NZ.......

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...& their Formula Juniors....

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