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Ah memories

It was whilst Malc and I were talking/planning/wasting a bit of time telling stories etc (delete whatever you think appropriate) that we inevitably got on to the subject of our favourite races and racers.

More specifically, the racers who we haven’t yet featured in

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WE FEW, WE HAPPY FEW, WE BAND of BROTHERS...
Without a shadow of doubt, they were the ‘dream team’ of Machin and Saunders garage at West Barkwith, near Wragby, Lincolnshire – diminutive ace rider Steve Machin and his wife June; June’s brother and general engine man Dave Saunders; top engineer D
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On Two Wheels
Mick ran a successful race school at Darley Moor for many years – editor Carter being among its alumni – but there were competitive solo race rides too. He did the Formula TTs 1978-82, kicking off with a very respectable eleventh in the 1978 F3, but
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Readers Write
Dear CR Your correspondent Sylvain Jégo is hoping to identify the frame of the bike he’s just bought. It bears some similarity to a Jim Lee framed Yamaha TR2B I owned and raced back in 1974. The swinging arm looks like it might be chromed, or more li