I've seen some awfully fast MGBs in vintage racing. One white car in
particular blew the doors off Roadsters, Jags, Porsches, Alfas and others at
Lime Rock last year.
Of course I'm sure the driver was a factor also but it was an awfully fast
There are some fast cars in my MG club too but many are slugs also.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Vicki Burrows" <email@example.com>
To: "Daniel Neuman" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Thursday, April 04, 2002 12:21 AM
Subject: Re: MG in GRM
> Nobody wanted to admit that a lowly Roadster could blow their doors off,
> fraction of the cost. Roadsters still do not get the respect or their
> history as a significant sports car. I love to hear how upset the
> owners get when Roadsters beat them in vintage racing.
> Greg Burrows
> Daniel Neuman wrote:
> > Hello ALL,
> > Did any of you catch the article about the 72 MG in GRM yet?
> > had like $15,000 dollars of work put into it. Fancy cross flow head,
> > intake and exhaust with solex's, he added shocks! to the back end and
> > Guess how much power it makes?? 150-160hp.. 15 grand and basically all
> > did was recreate a stock solex U-20 with panasports...seems sorta silly
> > Why doesn't GRM do an article like that on our cars??
> > Daniel 69 2000
> > Oakland CA
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