Ray Armes

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Ray Armes (born 27 December 1951) is a British former auto racing driver.


He is best known for competing in the British Touring Car Championship. In 1989 he finished third in class and twelfth overall in a PG Tips-sponsored class D Honda Civic Si.[1] He has also competed in the Rover GTi Championship, National Saloon Car Cup, Volkswagen Vento VR6 Challenge, the Porsche Cup, and the MGF Cup. In 1997 he competed in the opening three rounds of the British GT Championship for Lucent Millennium with a Marcos LM600 alongside Nick Carr.


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