Winton Historics 2015

Hi everyone

My yearly trip to Winton went great. My liver agrees too but that’s another story. Lots of Triumphs on display and in the carparks, although no GT6s this year at all. Also there were less Trumpies actually competing – not sure what that suggests. Lots of superb TRs but you’d expect that. My picks were the beautifully restored Vitesse and the sharp Vanguard.

The weather was cold but the rain stayed away until, I kid you not, 10 seconds after the final race ended – then the heavens opened.

My Pi behaved admirably on the trip, although I did pop a leak in a rainstorm at highway speed. Anyway, here are the pix. Just the Triumphs.

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Phil Bagust

3 Responses to “Winton Historics 2015”

  1. Roger Says:

    Thanks for sharing your experiences and photos Phil – sounds like you had a great time!

  2. Roger Says:

    Interesting to note the couple of competition / racing cars on Historic – Club registration. Pity South Australia can’t get it’s act together and use some similar common sense.

  3. Phil Bagust Says:


    We saw several cars in the main street of Benalla the night before and after still with their race numbers on them. They had obviously been driven, not trailered, to the race!

    Like that’s possible here. Not.


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