With or without those oversize Yanky exhaust thingies, te he he, hardly bised mate, they smashed it. I think a lot of fans of the 'approachable' marque tend to forget that, [even if they were from Small Heath], and they set records as well if I remember correctly. Great find mate, love it !!
* biased, sorry.
Love it Pete
Great footage Pete, I like the bit at the end, and the rider having a well earnt fag at the end of the race. Cant imagine many of todays types sparking up a Lambert & Butler, I may be wrong!
I say there were some cracking birds in that moving picture.Did they used to race in the other direction( i dont mean backwards i mean anti clockwise)?
It was actually 1971, when smoking was compulsory. Pickers got the birds but never rode anti clockwise Rob, why ?
on old TTs the pits are on the left, of the riders and there is a tight, downhill right, hairpin, under the cover of trees. Now when i see the TT, the pits are on the right and the hairpin is a tight, uphill, right.ive never been to the Isle of man so maybe that explains why im so confused.!!
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