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PHOTO: Dean Amos clinched his second Historic Leyburn Sprints trophy on his last run (Trapnell Creations pic).
DEAN Amos, driving a Gould GR37 Judd V8, captured his second straight outright trophy at the 20th Historic Leyburn Sprints today.
Amos, from Lismore, NSW, put his English-built hillclimb special around the 1.0 kilometre Leyburn street course in 42.954 seconds, taking more than a second off his 2014 record and beating arch-rival and 2012-13 winner Warwick Hutchinson, in a rotary-engined Van Dieman.
PHOTO: Sir Jack Brabham’s rare BT23C-1 set for the Historic Leyburn Sprints.
A RARE racing car built and raced by Sir Jack Brabham has been confirmed as a last-minute attraction at the 20th Historic Leyburn Sprints, which will celebrate the life of the late triple Formula 1 World Champion next weekend.
The 1967 BT23C-1 single-seater will appear in demonstration runs across the two-day time trials event, staged on the closed streets of the tiny Darling Downs town.
A near-record total of 230 historic, classic and performance cars spanning 90 years has been entered for the Sprints, which celebrate the running of the 1949 Australian Grand Prix on an ex-wartime airfield outside the town.
A HUGE field of 230 cars spanning 100 years of motoring has entered for the 20th annual Historic Leyburn Sprints.
The classic and high-performance entries range from a 1925 Austin roadster to a 2015 sports car called an RSS and represent every decade in between except the 1940s.
The round-the-houses time trials mark the 20th year since the community of the small Darling Downs village created an event to commemorate the running of the 1949 Australian Grand Prix on a disused wartime airstrip nearby.
PHOTO: Bo Seton will bring his ‘favourite’ Ford Capri to Leyburn (Australian Muscle Car magazine pic).
FORD Capri touring car ace Bo Seton will be among several of Australia’s best known racing identities of past decades in the spotlight when the Historic Leyburn Sprints hosts its inaugural Legends Dinner during the 20th anniversary event in August – and his favourite Bathurst car will be part of the celebrations.
The 2015 Entry Form is available now.
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Hurry, entries close 5pm 10th July!