Mark Hales

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Mark Hales (born 7 November 1950) is a British auto racing driver and instructor. He is best known for finishing as runner-up in the 1987 British Touring Car Championship season.[1] He was a class B winner that season with his Ford Escort RS Turbo. His final season in the BTCC was in 1991. He competed in a Mitsubishi Lancer in the first part of the season, switching to a Mitsubishi Galant for the second part. He got one championship point at Snetterton. Most recently he has competed in historic racing, winning the Historic Six Hours of Spa in 2004. He was also a contributor and track-tester for the British motorracing magazines Evo and Octane. He also writes for the Daily Telegraph, and has published a book co-written by Nick Mason, called Into The Red.[2]

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