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To be continued…

Today’s first round of the HSCC Historic Formula Ford 2000 championship is yet to be decided.

Two red flags meant that the remainder of the race was postponed until tomorrow morning. The original plan was for the five-minute sprint to run at the end of the day, but a further stoppage after a crash during the ’70s Roadsports race meant that there was no time and fading light.

Benn Simms was leading in his Reynard SF77 from the SF81s of Andrew Park and Graham Fennymore, but a full restart will wipe out any advantage he had built up. Drew Cameron (Royale RP27) will also be hoping to make up another place or two and push one of the champions off the podium.

A full report will follow tomorrow.

By Rachel Harris-Gardiner

Rachel Harris-Gardiner is the editor of Vintage Formula Ford and former Historic editor for ff1600website.com. She is a regular contributor to Autosport and Motorsport News and writes her own blog about women in motorsport, Speedqueens.

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