Classic Nostalgia | Harris Makes it Four on the Bounce at Shelsley

Keith Harris in his 1971 Chevron B19 sped to another closely fought win at the Shelsley Walsh Classic Nostalgia weekend as he threaded his way up the famous 1000 yard hill in 31.62 seconds in between the rare rain of the 2018 summer. Harris has been a spectator and now driver at Shelsley since he first came as a young lad in the late 1950s so the win was very special for him as it means he has been unbeaten at this meeting for the past four years. Worcester’s Mark Harrison was narrowly pipped to second Best Time of the weekend in his lovely 1980 Toleman F2 car that he has spent the past eight years restoring with his family and friends. He’d fitted new tyres and aerodynamics to the car over

July Breakfast Club

July’s Breakfast Club at Shelsley Walsh had a whole host of cars coming through the paddock to fill it up by 9.15. Everything from a pre-war Rolls-Royce to a new BMW M2 and Audi R8 plus everything in between. A very cool winner of some Autoglym car car products for the Coolest Classic Car was the Alfa Romeo Furgone of Ed Seymour. It was an ex-Walter Villa 250cc GP support vehicle and is now the only one in the UK. Villa won the 250cc GP World Championship in 1974, 1975 and 1976 plus the 350cc title in 1976 too. James Higginson won Best Presented Car with his Renault Clio Sport that was beyond immaculate, while Will Gough won Best Young Timer Award with his 2007 Richard Burns Subaru RB320. Th

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