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A famous photo. Major Braid’s contribution to an F3 race at Blandford Camp.

26-May-20 /historicracing.com

Major Peter Braid began racing in 1949 with a Cooper Mk III. He turned out to be quite quick and won his first race in July at Silverstone. Another win followed in August at Great Auclum. A week later the circus moved to Blandford Camp in Dorset where in an earlier race Gordon Woods crashed his Frazer Nash BMW and was thrown out receiving head injuries that would sadly prove fatal later in hospital.

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Mike Spence died on this day in 1968

07-May-20 /
Mike Spence participated in 36 grands prix. He was killed in practice for the 1968 Indianapolis 500 when he crashed his Lotus 56 turbine car and was struck on the head by the right front wheel.
He died 52 years ago, he was 32. He would have been 84 this year.
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SALON PRIVÉ ANNOUNCES NEW DATES FOR 2020

19-May-20 /Salon Privé

Attracting the right crowd without crowding has always been the endeavour of Salon Privé, one of the world’s most prestigious automotive events. This year, the 15th edition will be no different, with the most valuable classic cars, supercars and hypercars once again being presented on the Blenheim Palace lawns from Wednesday 23rd to Saturday 26th September.

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  • 1927
    Frank Lockhart lapped the Atlantic City track at 147.729 mph during a qualifying run on 5/7/27, setting an American closed course record that stood for thirty-three years, until the high-banked 2.5-mile Daytona Speedway was opened in 1959.
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