Field grows for opening round of 2018

The grid is building for the ‘home’ round for 2018.

The opening round supports the MG Car Club and this is again proof of a strong relationship with 27 quality cars already entered with a few days left.  Headlining is 7 MG V8’s and 4x Triumph V8’s in a quality field that will also see no fewer than 10 ‘historic’ MG B’s. The remainder of the field set up with 5x MG ZR’s, an MG ZT representing the modern era and an MG TC representing the golden 40’s.

Morris Garages / RM Racing Richard Milligan 1974 MG B V8 Roadster
  Robin Bailey 1974 MG B GT V8
Bristle Blaster Australia Phillip Chester 1972 MG B GT V8
  Michael Wood 1973 MG B GT V8
  Trevor Dunford 1974 MG B GT V8
GB Galvanizing Service Vincenzo Gucciardo 1968 MG C GT V8
Triple A Motorsport Rodney Gibb 2005 MG ZT 520
  Sean Herlihy 1998 MG F
The Hobson Stores Andrew Watson 2002 MG ZR
  Anthony Vollebregt 2001 MG ZR
Torq Racewear / Marchand… Chris Gidney 2002 MG ZR
Eclipse Signage Jim Dodd 2002 MG ZR
Ultraglaze Detailing Paul Vernall 2005 MG ZR
  John Stevenson 1947 MG TC
Aussie Pools Jane Vollebregt 1966 MG B Roadster
Aussie Pools David Anderson 1967 MG B Roadster
  Greg White 1966 MG B Roadster
  Peter Rose 1963 MG B Roadster
  Don Mazzone 1975 MG B Roadster
Hema Hydraulics P/L Hendrik Zwartaveen 1964 MG B Roadster
  David Mottram 1974 MG B Roadster
  Darren Souter 1969 MG B Roadster
  Shirley St John-Cox 1978 Triumph TR7 V8
Integrated Monitoring System Ed Ferguson 1979 Triumph TR7 V8
Tracing Aura Design Barry Pritchett 1969 Triumph TR6
Splatt Engineering Robert Splatt 1969 Triumph TR6
Team Triumph Racing Keith Ondarchie 1975 Triumph Stag
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