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Rex Butcher
Winner of Junior MGP 1962 R P Dawson at Grovsner Bridge
MV Victory by Ken Rumble as he streaks over skyline into the Esses with all stops out. The MV proved to be too strong for Osbourn's Honda. 1960
Marriot in the 50cc Enduro at Snetterton 1960
Roger Hunter, retired at the end of the old Home Straight at Snetterton in the mid sixties. (Photo Courtesy of Oliver.)
Peter Courtney I.o.M 1971 Finished in 4th place. Full details of this riders achievements can viewed at the following address.

( Courtesy of P Courtney.)

Peter Courtney I.o.M 250TT 1973. (Photo Courtesy of P Courtney. See above for riders results.
Roger Hunter on his Triumph. Photo Courtesy of Oliver.
Peter Preston Peter Preston, again at the end of the old home straight Snetterton just before the 'Esses' in the mid sixties. Photo Courtesy of Oliver.
No 38 Cyril Jones at the start ( Brands Hatch) Who later became a team member of "Lets Go Racing" run by "Motor Cycle Illustrated". It's also interesting to note that Cyril later raced a Triumph speed twin which was fitted with the experimental Wal Philips fuel injection.
Brian A Burgess 500cc Gold Star. Later to ride a 350cc and 500cc Manx Norton.
Barry Donaldson in the I.O.M Manx Grand Prix 1957, on a practice lap. (Courtesy of Barry Donaldson)
(Mervyn Stratford) Mervyn At Cadwell Park In The Mid '70s

Web Site More information about this rider and his bikes can be found on his web site and they are of great interest. (Photo courtesy of Mervyn Stratford)


(Mervyn Stratford) Mervyn in action at Snetterton (2000) on his 1966 GREEVES SILVERSTONE
Nobby Clark (Courtesy of Henri-Michel Leurette.)
The photo was taken at Oulton Park in August 1956. No 10 is Phil Carter 500 Norton, No 5 Reg Armstrong 500 Gilera, No 15 John Ekhart 500 Norton. Armstrong won! (Courtesy of Barry Donaldson) Please Note this picture will take a little longer to load.
Tony Smith. This photo was taken in the Isle of Man in 1970.

Courtesy of Henri M Leurette


George Costain (500 Norton) en route to winning the 1954 Senior Manx GP. He won because John Hartle ran out of petrol on the last lap at the Bungalow. (Courtesy of Barry Donaldson) Senior G. R. Costain 6 Laps 2:47:49.0 80.95
Kel Carruthers at Mallory Park 'Race of the Year 1970' and Nobby Clark standing beside. (Courtesy of Henri M Leurette)

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