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Huff endures mixed fortunes in nostalgic meeting

Rob Huff wrestled an eclectic array of classic race cars at a busy and nostalgic 73rd Goodwood Members’ Meeting.

The Red Lodge-based ace took the track alongside long-time friend, Richard Meins as they battled for the Graham Hill Trophy on the first day.

Qualifying seventh, before the duo eventually went on to finish in fifth in the race itself.

The pair returned to action for the Gerry Marshall Trophy as the big saloon cars took the track for the 45 minute race.

But despite their best efforts, mechanical issues with their Ford Capri III saw the pairs race come to a premature end with seven laps left.


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