Dave Tooley's Scooter Racing Photo Page4

These pages are in their infancy. There are many more photos to be scanned and I still have an awful lot to do with them such as identify all riders and tracks. However I think it's worth a look to anyone who is interested in the sport of Scooter Racing from yesteryear.

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Please, if anyone can identify unknown riders or if I have mistaken them for others , do not hesitate to contact me and correct my errors. Thank you!


Les Rafferty getting his head down at Cadwell Park Colin Armett all on his own at Mallory Pete Hockley checking on his pursuers at Mallory Hairy stuff through the long right hander at Crystal Palace.  Unknown outfit drifting around Crickie Nick Barnes in his characteristic position at Crystal Palace  on the A.F. 'S' type 125cc

Boob at Crystal Palace Unknown Vespa leading Nev Frost at Cadwell Pete Hockley and Tim Manhire at Cadwell Bev Flanagan comes a cropper in the rain at the slippery Mallory hairpin Nev Frost getting his knee way out on his 125cc Vega at Cadwell

Prone Nev Frost along Crystal Palace main straight Keith Champion on the 150 X5 multiport Wildcat at Mallory Chris Portman chasing unknown rider at Cadwell What's up, Nev??? Alan Jupp and Paul Marshal take a butchers Keith Champion approaching Mallory hairpin

My old adversaries, Chris Watson and Mick Dawson in the 150cc class.  This shot was taken at Mallory park.  Mick was weaving all over the back straight trying to get Chris out of his slipstream when I simply cruised past both of them on power alone.  A lovely feeling!

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David's Lambretta Page Site (Huge collection of links)

Racing Lambretta's (The ultimate scooter racing site)

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