750 Formula diversity.............

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750 Formula diversity.............

Postby suebmick » Sun Oct 13, 2019 10:01 am

Considering the ages of some of the cars and the fact that they were pretty much all built by an enthusiast in a shed or garage at the bottom of the garden, we're a good looking bunch really!
Roll on 2020...……………….

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Re: 750 Formula diversity.............

Postby pbove » Sun Oct 13, 2019 10:42 am

Yes, lots of enthusiasm, ingenuity and perseverance! I’m looking forward to an even stronger 2020.
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Re: 750 Formula diversity.............

Postby Martin Kemp » Sun Oct 13, 2019 12:25 pm

The antithesis of a one make formula. Even the "manufacturer" cars Darvis, Racekits,ADRs have been individually developed by their owners to become unique.

There must be a lot of Centaurs still around somewhere - they can still be competitive in the formula so the Historic guys shouldn't get all of them.

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