Tuesday, December 29, 2009

MINI MIGLIA - MINI 7 RACING CLUB, RICHARD WAGER



Richard Wagers Mini Miglia No 50 was originally built in 1991 by Ian Pattison and came to be known as the Kenwood Mini in its original black and red livery carrying Kenwood Car Hi-Fi sponsorship. The car won first time out at Pembrey breaking the lap record. It also won what is widely regarding as the closest ever Mini Miglia race at Castle Combe in 1996 when no less than 7 seven cars went over the line in under a second. In 2004 it underwent a face lift with the works carried out by Ludlow Motorpsort and is now backed by Sean Devine Civil Engineering as well as Kenwood. Released: December 2007. See more

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