Pointing a F2 Brabham by on Friday morning, as I was working up to speed for the first time with the Elden around other cars.
But that wasn't just any old Brabham.
I couldn't believe my mirrors when I saw the car in which Ian Raby was fatally injured in coming up behind me.
Raby exported our Lotus Seven in late 1963 and suffered severe injuries at Zandvoort in 1967 in that very Brabham after his rollhoop failed. A bad blood transfusion did him in, sadly.
The Elden was much quicker than the Brabham in the race, but a mechnical fault sidelined us. Better things ahead at the VSCDA ELVF.
[Bill Nesius Photo]