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1938 South Australian Grand Prix

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1938 South Australian Grand Prix

The 1938 South Australian Grand Prix was a motor race staged at the Lobethal Circuit in South Australia, Australia on 3 January 1938. It was held over 12 laps, a total distance of 100 miles. The race, which was the second South Australian Grand Prix, was contested on a handicap basis with the first car starting 30 minutes before the "Scratch" car.

The race was won by South Australian Noel Campbell driving a Singer Bantam.

Race results


  • Race distance: 100 miles
  • Starters: 24
  • Finishers: 8
  • Fastest Time: Reg Nutt, Day Special, 77 min 33 sec
  • Fastest Lap: Colin Dunne, MG K3 Magnette, 6 min 17 sec, 83 mph
  • References

    1938 South Australian Grand Prix Wikipedia

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