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1934 Phillip Island 100

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1934 Phillip Island 100

The 1934 Phillip Island 100 was a motor race staged at the Phillip Island circuit in Victoria, Australia on 1 January 1934. The 100 mile race, which was organised by the Light Car Club of Australia, was attended by over 8,000 people. It was contested on a handicap basis with the limit starter, JW Williamson, commencing the race 17 minutes before the scratch starter, WB Thompson. A competitor had to complete the course within the prescribed time limit of 1¾ hours to be classified as a finisher.

The race was won by JW Williamson driving a Riley.


  • Starters: 17
  • Classified finishers: 7
  • Unclassified: 3 (All were on their the last lap when the time limit expired)
  • Retirements: 7
  • Fastest lap: WB Thompson, time unkown, (average speed of approximately 83 mph)
  • Fastest time: JO McCutcheon, 80 minutes 27 seconds
  • References

    1934 Phillip Island 100 Wikipedia

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