1963 Ford Galaxie 427 Group N Historic Touring Car Chasing Falcon GTHO

Group N Historic Touring Cars at Eastern Creek in Nov 2011. Driver is Marc Ducquet who is chasing down Mick Kennedy in the red XW Falcon GTHO that is straight ahead on the starting grid. Race was eventually red flagged due to the amount of cars that had gone off the track and also a major crash at turn 2.

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