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Another racer in a famous family. Norman Surtees, 21, younger brother of World

Another racer in a famous family. Norman Surtees, 21, younger brother of World Champion motorcyclist John Surtees, is taking up road racing as a follow-on to his motorcycle scrambling. He is seen working on one of his machines with brother John laughingly giving him some brotherly advice.
12 July 1960

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Isle Of Man: 24 year old Rhodesian, Gary Hocking won his first senior T.T. race

Isle Of Man: 24 year old Rhodesian, Gary Hocking won his first senior T.T. race here yesterday at the record speed of 103.51 m.p.h for the 226.4 miles of the mountain coarse
Pushing his machine to the limit, Hocking, this years Rhodesian "Federal Sportsman Of The Year" rode his M.V. Augusta 500 c.c. four cylinder machine to a record breaking lap of 105.75 M.P.H.
The previous record was set up by John Surtees in 1960 with a speed of 104.08 M.P.H.
Here, Hocking, who came to the country in 1958 from Bulawayo and holds an M.B.E., takes his machine into a right had corner approaching Governor's Bridge during the race.
Second was E. Boyce on a 499 c.c. Norton and third was F. Stevens, also riding a 499 c.c. Norton.
9 June 1962

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"Garlanded Jim Clark". Draped in the victory garland, World Champion Jim Clark of Scotland

"Garlanded Jim Clark".
Draped in the victory garland, World Champion Jim Clark of Scotland, with his Lotus Climax is pictured atop of a lorry here today having made a lap of victory after he led from start to finish to win the British European Auto Racing Grand Prix. At the chequered flag he was only seconds ahead of Graham Hill (BRM) of England after a thrilling 212 miles battle. Clark, steering a Lotus Climax, covered the 80 laps of the winding 2.65 mile circuit on the outskirts of London, in two hours, 15 minutes and seven seconds, averaging 94.14 miles an hour. Third placer was John Surtees of England, driving a Ferrari. Hill's time was 2:15:9.8 and Surtee's 2:16:27.6 seconds. London, England. 11 July 1964

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