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Once the crews had scrutineered and signed-on they were able to take advantage of the bacon rolls, ready for the route collection and the feverish plotting that followed.
The entry was made up of 18 trophy, 15 clubmans and 7 champagne ‘class’ entrants.
The weather was clear and dry as the entrants left for the morning loop to the North of Meldreth heading towards Cambridge passing through Gamlingay where it seemed most of the residents were at the roadside to see the cars pass through.
With a break for lunch competitors were back out again heading south towards Bishop`s Stortford for the final 49 miles.
Winner of the Eastern Rally Trophy was Matthew Bell and Jonathan Nicholl in their 1928 Austin Seven, the Navigator Trophy ‘The John Barrett’ was won by Liz Renshaw navigating for husband Robert in their 1932 Austin Seven.
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