Monthly Archives: July 2016

Dan Allven & I Will Be Taking Part In The 2017 Rallye Monte Carlo Historique

Last year I was a last-minute substitution for Dan Allven’s navigator in the 2016 Rallye Monte Carlo Historique, when Dan’s original navigator was unable to take part due to a skiing accident.  I had about two day’s notice before I … Continue reading

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2017 Great Race Is Filling Fast!

Last week I posted a story about the entry of Harald von Langsdorff and I into the 2017 Great Race rally.  I mentioned in that post that the field can fill fast for this event.  Because of this, the entry … Continue reading

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My First Fast Ride

I was recently at the Bay State Antique Auto Club car show in Dedham, Massachusetts.  This is a great annual car show which I have attended many times.  This year it was a good car show, not great, as dull … Continue reading

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“Big Healeys In Competition”

I have several books about the Austin Healey cars and I have just added another.  My recently acquired book is titled “Big Healeys In Competition”, written by John Baggott.  This book is mostly a listing and competition summary of the … Continue reading

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Our Entry Into The 2017 Great Race

For the past couple of years the field for the Great Race has filled rather quickly.  Therefore in an effort to ensure that the entry would be accepted, Harald von Langsdorff of Caledon, Ontario, Canada, has sent in an entry, which … Continue reading

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Additional Photos From The Paris-Vienna Rally

My friend, Michael Eatough, recently competed in the Paris-Vienna Rally.  Michael was kind enough to send me a CD full of pictures that he took during the rally and during a post-rally visit to the Mercedes-Benz Museum.  Michael’s CD is … Continue reading

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Ferrari In The Classic Safari

I have been exchanging emails with David Wells, an automotive enthusiast who currently lives in Ontario, Canada.  We were discussing rallies and David mentioned that he grew up in Kenya and has a long history with the various rough road … Continue reading

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