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Author: Graham Orme-Bannister
Publisher: Newlands Press
Graham Orme-Bannister, who drives a Bristol 403, writes of South Harting Hill Climb, the one-time Hampshire hill venue. His coverage includes over 120 pictures, which exactly convey the atmosphere of the time, obtained at considerable cost to the author, with the help of LAT. There are long reports of all the South Harting meetings and an appendix covering entries in detail, the history of speed limits, the organising clubs, with new history, and over 25 pages on the life of Earl Russell, the founder of the South Harting ’climb, and his cars, and the author has carefully researched controversial factors in contemporary reports.
Out of print