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MOTOR CYCLE RACING

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Commentaries by Graham and Murray Walker on the start of the Senior Race (500 c.c.) over fifteen laps of the three-mile aerodrome circuit at Boreham, Essex
Organised by the Chelmsford and District Auto Club, in conjunction with the Evening News
Geoffrey Duke , world champion of the 500 c.c. and 350 c.c. classes, and Reg Armstrong , winner of the T.T. Senior
Race in the Isle of Man this year, head an imposing assembly of motor-cycle stars who will be racing at Boreham, near Chelmsford, today. Les Graham , who rode into second place in the Senior T.T., Ken Kavanagh , the Australian, Robin Sherry , the present Boreham track record holder, George Brown , who is credited with more track records than any other man in the country, Les Dear , John Storr and John Surtees , inr., are among the well-known riders competing.

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Unknown: Murray Walker
Unknown: Geoffrey Duke
Unknown: Reg Armstrong
Unknown: Les Graham
Unknown: Ken Kavanagh
Unknown: Robin Sherry
Unknown: George Brown
Unknown: Les Dear
Unknown: John Storr
Unknown: John Surtees

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