MAR 20th 2016

Video: Brooks Trophy For 2.5‑Litre Grand Prix Cars Highlights

The four-wheel drive Ferguson-Climax of Nick Adams had the advantage off the line before a first-lap incident involving Richard Wilson’s Cooper and Stephen Bond’s Lotus caused a red flag in the Brooks Trophy, the first race of the Sunday morning. When the race restarted, it would be the Cooper-Climax T51 of Barry Cannell that crossed the line first.

Driver Richard Wilson has been checked and released. Driver Stephen Bond has been taken to hospital with a minor injury.

The Brooks Trophy is for 2.5-litre Grand Prix cars from 1954 to 1960, an era that encapsulates both front and rear engined machines.

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