Chassis BR9: Edward Greenall >> Peter Boshier-Jones for 1961 Hill Climbs - at this time the car had dark green bodywork with light-coloured full-width diamond-shaped motif across the nose.
But who was the next owner? This car just disappears in the history books.
Great Auclum National Speed Hill Climb, Saturday 11 August 1962:
Class 2, Sports Cars up to 1100 c.c.
#18 J. Richardson/Mrs B. Richardson, Lola 1100
(Peter Boshier-Jones is entered in #23 Lotus 23, so has presumably disposed of the Lola.)
Is the Richardson car BR9?
Great Auclum Hill Climb, 2 August 1969
David Good's Chevron col-
lected the bigger sports racing
car class with a polished 20.23s
second run, lowering his own
record with Mike Richardson's
ex-A. G. Moore Chevron in sec-
ond place with a crisp 21.80s., a
startlingly good first outing in the
Sports-Racing over 1600cc: 1. D.
Good (2.0 Chevron BMW), 20.23s
(record) 2. M. Richardson (2.0 Chev-
ron BMW) 21.80s 3. Mrs I.
Richardson (2.0 Chevron BMW),
Motoring News, 7 August 1969, Page 24
Are these Richardson folk (Mike and Iris) in the Chevron connected to those with the Lola in 1961?
(Mid-Cheshire Motor Racing Club, Oulton Park, 11 November 1967: A. G. Moore, Chevron G.T., won the GT and sports car race, 17m 23.6sec, 76.19 m.p.h.)
Edited by Rupertlt1, 23 October 2019 - 19:23.