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1946 New South Wales Grand Prix

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1946 New South Wales Grand Prix

The 1946 New South Wales Grand Prix was a motor race staged at the Mount Panorama Circuit near Bathurst in New South Wales, Australia on 7 October 1946. It contested as a handicap event with the first of the 22 cars starting 22 minutes and 2 seconds before the last two starters. The race was won by Alf Najar driving an MG TB Monoposto.

Notes

  • Race distance: 25 laps, 96.5 miles (155.4 km)
  • Number of entries: 29
  • Number of starters: 22
  • Number of classified finishers: 7
  • Whatmore finished outside race time limit
  • Emerson was flagged off the course as the time limit had expired
  • Fastest race time: Jack Murray (Bugatti Ford s/c), 1h 26m 24s
  • Fastest lap: Frank Kleinig (Hudson Eight Special), 3m 20s
  • References

    1946 New South Wales Grand Prix Wikipedia


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