Derek capri dating

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off the top of my head the list of customers would be: Gordon Spice - 2 cars plus Spa 24 hrs car Vince Woodman 1 new car each year with the old one going to Jonathon Buncombe Jeff Allam Peter Lovett Colin Vandervill They had no opposition untill Andy Rouse set up on his own and produced a competitive car but by then the TWR Rovers became the car to have then the 635 which was also run by CC Build time was in the region of 300 hrs according to Autosport interview with the team. Other guys to have run MK3's towards the end of Grp 1 were Nick Whitting, Dave Brodie, Gery Marshall, Graham Goode, Yogi Muir (plus others?? I'm not sure if they were self build or CC built cars? I think Gerry's prodsaloons were built by Richard Asquith, i don't know if the Grp1 cars were - i seem to remember him mentioning Roger Dowson or somebody at one point?

I wonder were Gerry's and Graham's cars built from new of were they purchased from an exisitng prep firm like CC?

CC Racing (latterly CC Motorsport) run by Dave Cook and the late Pete Clark built and ran a lot of the Capris for customers that competed in British and European Grp 1 touring car racing from 1977-82, cars which then went onto various club racing series like Mod saloons in the UK.off the top of my head the list of customers would be: Gordon Spice - 2 cars plus Spa 24 hrs car Vince Woodman 1 new car each year with the old one going to Jonathon Buncombe Jeff Allam Peter Lovett Colin Vandervill They had no opposition untill Andy Rouse set up on his own and produced a competitive car but by then the TWR Rovers became the car to have then the 635 which was also run by CC Build time was in the region of 300 hrs according to Autosport interview with the team.i raced in modsaloons the 80s when i first started pukka capris were raced by milton bishop,also john farndale,brian chatfield had i think two,one i think went to david streather,one went to pete winstone then on to graham wait.i feel that this might account for 3 or 4 of the cars,i am sure am i might be proved wrong in true 10/10s style .i know that some capris raced by various drivers in modsaloons were home built.CC were indeed the team to use if you wanted to be competitive up to 1982. Rouse set up his own team with cars prepared by Ralph Broad in 1981 with Charles Sawyer-Hoare as teammate (he provided the sponsorship 'Juicy Jeans' and Mirror) but returned to Spice CC run cars for '82.

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