Race report: 77MM – S.F. Edge Trophy

08th April 2019
Richard Heseltine

Julian Mahzub claimed a last gasp win in the S.F. Edge Trophy race for Edwardian machinery following a robust display of driving.


The tyre dealer led most of the 15-minute encounter in his remarkably original Sunbeam which placed fourth in the 1916 running of the Indianapolis 500. His nearest challenger was sometime leader Tony Lees in his 1913 Vauxhall Viper Special, the warring duo virtually deadheaded accross the line. Third place went to Ben Collings on his debut in the remarkable 1909 ‘Blitzen Benz’ from the Auto & Technik Museum.

  • 77MM

  • SF Edge Trophy

  • Race Report

  • Members Meeting

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