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Tour Britannia started in sunshine from Chester and returned there in equally fine weather this evening, but in between, sharp showers and even thunderstorms kept the competitors and officials running for hoods and umbrellas.

The interim results show that Sean Lockyear is leading the competition category with his Porsche 911 from John Clark also in a Porsche 911 with Robert Harley third in a Shelby Mustang. Just seven seconds cover these three drivers with fourth place man, Paul Hogarth, driving another Porsche 911 almost thirty seconds further back. In the regularity category, the seemingly vast and silent Citroën SM of Bob and Ann Linwood heads the standings with Graham Walker and Sean Toohey’s Lotus Elan Sprint just three tenths of a second behind them. In third place is Howard Warren and Guy Woodcock in a Porsche 911, five and half seconds further back and in their turn they are almost four seconds ahead of John Ruston and Jeremy Haylock in the open Talbot 105 Alpine. The new Targa section is led by Jeremy Bailey’s fearsome Aston Martin Rally GT with a clear lead of five minutes over the Mazda MX5 of John and Duncan Freeman.

Tour Britannia restarts tomorrow – Wednesday, September 8th – at 07:00 and goes into North Wales for four special stages and a race at the Anglesey circuit.

Tour Britannia Photos.
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