The second leg of the race for saloon cars built between 1950 and 1959 was no less spectacular or confusing than Saturday’s outing, in which seven cars were disqualified for technical infringements. All of the cars duly reappeared and it was the Studebaker Silver Hawk that had crossed the line in first place in Karl Wendlinger’s hands that reappeared on the front row and rocketed off into the lead in the hands of former British Touring Car Championship favourite Patrick Watts.
Race report: St. Mary’s Trophy Part 2 – Revival 2019
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