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Re: Burnouts we have known and loved

PostPosted:Sat Nov 09, 2013 12:46 pm
by muddytalker
'Moving Mike' Hutchinson and Houndog at Santa Pod.
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Photo by Dave Derry.

Re: Burnouts we have known and loved

PostPosted:Sat Nov 09, 2013 1:02 pm
by muddytalker
Pete Crane's Easy Ridin' at Silverstone.
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Liam Churchill's The Sting at Snetterton.
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Dennis Priddle's STP Avenger at Silverstone
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Gary Coggin's Clunk Click Camaro at Santa Pod.
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Colin Mullen's London Heavy Camaro at Silverstone.
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Kevin Pilling's Satan's Toy Camaro at Santa Pod.
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Adrian York's Brooklyn Heavy at Wroughton.
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Re: Burnouts we have known and loved

PostPosted:Sat Nov 09, 2013 4:49 pm
by muddytalker
Two from Roz Prior...
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...and Fast Freddie Whittle or is it Mike Hall at Blackbushe?
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Re: Burnouts we have known and loved

PostPosted:Sun Nov 10, 2013 11:59 am
by CRR
muddytalker wrote:'Moving Mike' Hutchinson and Houndog at Santa Pod.
That photo was probably taken in the late 60's judging by the sheep in the background in what is now the camp site. When they changed the track layout over the 67/68 winter and put a small earthbank the length of the spectator side, if you wanted to sit down on the earth you had to be careful of all the sheep s**t that was there!

Re: Burnouts we have known and loved

PostPosted:Sun Nov 10, 2013 12:25 pm
by jaytee
Houndog 6 came out in 1973 with the ex Firefly motor

Re: Burnouts we have known and loved

PostPosted:Sun Nov 10, 2013 2:50 pm
by shabby1
Houndog-Probably '73,not sure but I don't think it had the under header wings on the first runs,might be wrong!
Chris

Re: Burnouts we have known and loved

PostPosted:Sun Nov 10, 2013 4:26 pm
by ukdrn
shabby1 wrote:Houndog-Probably '73,not sure but I don't think it had the under header wings on the first runs,might be wrong!
Chris
http://houndogdragracing.co.uk/Gallery/ ... 6_pics.htm

Re: Burnouts we have known and loved

PostPosted:Sun Nov 10, 2013 9:12 pm
by shabby1
I was nearly right,was thinking of Houndog 5 - the first Hemi-powered car with the 354 the year before.
Cheers
Chris

Re: Burnouts we have known and loved

PostPosted:Tue Nov 19, 2013 10:50 pm
by razor
Sylvia Hauser
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Re: Burnouts we have known and loved

PostPosted:Sun Dec 01, 2013 6:58 pm
by muddytalker
I have no idea who took this shot but found it in one of my early scrap books.
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