Shannons Historic Demonstration

The Shannons Historic Demonstration will be a salute to the classic historic race cars that have raced in an Australian Grand Prix for over 90 years. After 1928 it has been 90 years since the first recognised Australian Grand Prix, with over the years a mixture of Aussie specials, handicapped voiturettes and sophisticated rear engined monocoques and sleek production based sports cars.

A sensational collection of vehicles from overseas and all around Australia will be on hand and sure to offer a rare opportunity to be seen on track and up close!

Cars from manufacturers such as Scarab, Lister, Alta, Cooper Bristol, Ferrari, ERA, Connought and Lotus including 12 cars imported from overseas will be featured and on display in Legends Lane for all four days of the event.

Entry List

  1 Nigel Tait Jay Bondini Australia Matich SR4 1969
  2 Robert Harborow Paddins Dowling Australia Maybach Special Mk1 1946
  3 Barry Cannell   England Cooper T51 1959
  4 Rusty French   Australia Ferrari 246 F1 1958
  5 Grant Perryman David Smoker Australia Cooper T5 1959
  6 Charles McCabe   USA ERA 1936
  7 Ray Delaney   Australia Maserati 250F 1957
  8 Guy Plante   England Cooper Bristol 1953
  10 Giorgio Marchi William Nuttall England Cooper T53 1960
  11 Frank Moore   Australia Cooper Jaguar 1955
  12 David Orchard   Australia Triumph TR2 1954
  14 Gerry Lawson Hamish McLennan Australia Lotus 11 LeMans 1957
  16 Marc Valvekens   Belgium Aston Martin DBR 4/4 1959
  17 Keith Berryman Tim Berryman NSW Matich SR3 1967
  18 Bill Hemming   Australia Elfin Streamliner 1960
  20 John Anderson   Australia MM 1953
  21 Ian Nuttall   England  Alta F2 1952
  22 Nick McDonald Ian McDonald Australia Repco Holden 1958
  24 Bill Alexander   Australia Austin Healey 100S 1955
  26 Michael Bennett   Australia Lotus 12 1957
  29 Stuart Steinfort Graeme Steinfort Australia MG PA 1934
  30 Julian Bronson   England  Scarab F1 1959
  31 Ron Townley   Australia BWA 1938/48
  32 John Rowe   Australia CWM Ford V8 Spl 1956
  33 Mark Johnson   Australia Porsche 911 ST 1970
  37 Paul O'Connor   Australia Lotus Mk6 Climax 1955
  39 John Gillett Charles Groves Australia MG TC Spl 1949
  41 Tony Parkinson Jeremy Mantello Australia MG K3 1933
  44 Richard Parnell Christopher Camp England Walker Climax 1960
  46 Gavan Dearie   Australia Pegasus Aust. Special 1964
  47 Adam Berryman Mark Johnson Australia Cooper Climax T70 1964
Reserve 50 David Reid   Australia Faux Pas 1959
  56 Rhea Sautter   England Austin of England A30 1956
  61 Will Walker   Australia Elfin 300 1967
  62 John Clark   Scotland Cooper T56 1962
  71 Paddins Dowling   USA ERA R10B 1936
  73 Keith Martin   England Dulon Dino 1971
  77 Barry Batagol   Australia Bentley Speed Six 1930
  80 Colin Sullivan   Australia Elfin Streamliner 1959
  81 Rick Edgar Ian Edgar Australia Austin Healey BN2 1955
Reserve 91 Shane O'Brien Stephen Pike Australia Lister Jaguar Knobbly 1958
  111 Travis Engen   USA Chevron B17b 1970
  112 Rod Jolley   England Lister Jaguar Monzanapolis 1958
  118 Chris Bradbury   Australia Riley Imp 1934
  121 Bob King Rod Quinn Australia AC Ace 1960
  130 Mark Scott   Australia Repco Ricardian 1958
  131 Paul Griffin   England Connaught ALSR 1954
  147 Greg LaManna   Australia Cisitalia 1947
  194 Pedro Silva   England Ford GT40 (Targa Florio) 1965
  211 William Tymms   Australia Monza 1956/57
Reserve 212 Michael Russo Lou Russo Australia Carter Corvette 1960
  254 J R Mitchell   USA Lotus 18 FJ 1960
  948 Doug Elcomb   Canada Dreossi Special 1961

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