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Old 11-02-2011, 10:54 PM   #1
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1973 Southern Speed Trophy

Would it be possible for anyone to help me?
I am trying to find either a course map or a course description for the 1973 Southern Speed Trophy.

Many thanks.
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Old 15-02-2011, 07:45 AM   #2
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Information Found but more questions....

The info needed was kindly provided by one of the members of this forum.
Many thanks.

However, the entry list of this event states that Jack Stuteville would have been Vincenzo Balestrieri's throttleman on Black Tornado.
I thought that Stuteville and Balestrieri had parted company after the 1973 Dauphin d'Or.
Can anyone shed some light on this, please?
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The info needed was kindly provided by one of the members of this forum.
Many thanks.

However, the entry list of this event states that Jack Stuteville would have been Vincenzo Balestrieri's throttleman on Black Tornado.
I thought that Stuteville and Balestrieri had parted company after the 1973 Dauphin d'Or.
Can anyone shed some light on this, please?
The presence of Stuteville in the crew of Black Tornado at Southern Speed Trophy is probably correct in that probably when the Italian owner/driver enrolled in the race was still not happened the dispute and the subsequent divorce after the Dauphin D'Or.
I know that was Franco Statua in the cockpit of the Black Tornado to the other European races in 1973 after the Dauphin D'Or.
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Old 15-02-2011, 03:15 PM   #4
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Thank you Marco.

Do you know who was Fancesco Cosentino's throttleman when he used the Catamaran Sir Cat in 1973? Also, do you know if this cat was a 33' or 36'?
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Thank you Marco.

Do you know who was Fancesco Cosentino's throttleman when he used the Catamaran Sir Cat in 1973? Also, do you know if this cat was a 33' or 36'?
Unfortunately I haven't info about the T-man of Cosentino in the only two races with the new Sir Cat in 1973(VBV + Dauphin D'Or). 36' was the L.O.A.(10,90 exactly from the original copy of the entrance of the boat in the Dauphin D'Or,in my possesion).
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