Cockshoot cup 2006 MG racing

The highs and lows of club racing from fierce battling for position to engine blow up, back to racing. My MGB race season of 2006, in the MGCC Cockshoot club championship. Circuits on the video are Silverstone, Oulton park, Mallory park and Croft.

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