1964 Shell Le Mans 6 Hour Race

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The 1964 Shell Le Mans 6 Hour Race was an endurance motor race open to Sports Cars and Touring Cars. The event was held at the Caversham circuit in Western Australia on the Foundation Day Holiday Monday, 1 June 1964.[1]

Results[edit]

Position [2] Drivers No. Car Entrant Category Class Placing Laps
1 Harley Pederick
Stan Starcevich
11 Jaguar E-type H Pederick Sports 1st Sports 199
2 Ted Lisle 9 Morris Cooper S Winterbottom Motors Touring 1st Modified Sedan 188
3 Rod Donovan
Jamie Gard
24 Holden 48-215 Kaves Engineering Touring 1st Modified Sedan 2001-2600cc 181
4 Dick Roberts
Bob Avery
4 Chrysler Valiant Mrs J Roberts Touring 1st Modified Sedan Over 2600cc 180
5 Bob Avery
Dick Roberts
2 Chrysler Valiant Mrs J Roberts Touring 1st Unmodified Sedan 179
6 Jack Wynoff
Dave Sullivan Snr
7 Renault R8 Maison Motors Touring 177
7 Alois Visich
Don Milne
32 Morris Cooper A Visich Touring 1st Unmodified Sedan 751-1000cc 173
8 John Fenton
John Bertina
46 Holden J Fenton Touring 172
9 John Hughes
Jim Brewer
12 Vauxhall Viva Attwood's Motorama Touring 1st Unmodified Sedan 1001-1300cc 171
10 Graham Purchas
Brian Muhling
30 Morris Cooper G Purchas Touring 169
11 John Maloney
Jo Weir
42 Triumph Spitfire J Maloney Sports 1st Sports 1101-1600cc 169
12 Lindsay Ashworth
Bruce Harding
6 Holden Harding Ampol Service Station Sports 1st Sports 2001-3000cc 163
13 Terry Cuncliffe
Warren Matthews
3 Simca WJ McPherson Touring 163
14 Vaughan Wilde
Jim Maslin
28 Austin Lancer V Wilde Touring 1st Modified Sedan 1301-1600cc 161
15 Keith Hope
Lloyd Tresize
43 Morris 850 Tresize's Garage Touring 155
16 Mike Cuss
Barry Heatley
19 Renault 750 CBC Developments Sports 1st Sports Under 750cc 153
17 Derek Fletcher
Vic Watson
38 Ford Anglia Crystal Brook Service Station Touring 1st Modified Sedan 751-1000cc 152
18 Jamie Gard
Rod Donovan
23 Holden Ray Clarke Cars Touring 151
19 Judith Baker
Margaret Mathews
17 Volkswagen Abergonny Motors Sports 147
20 Bill Inwood
John Lewis
25 Holden Theatre Service Station Sports 147
21 Darryl Manning
Ian Durrant
45 Simca BP Loton Park Service Station Touring 141
22 Ted Richards
Joe Silla
35 Holden T Richards Touring 139
23 Don Noack
Rod Slater
18 Renault 750 D Baker Sports 1st sports 751-1100cc 124
24 Jeff Dunkerton 21 Lotus Super 7 G Dunkerton Sports 121
25 Derek Vince
Murray Charnley
37 Elfin Crystal Brook Service Station Sports 80
DNF Wally Higgs 14 Peugeot Sports Sports 163
DNF Graham Armitage
Max Clarke
26 Holden Touring 113
DNF Rod Waller
David Rockford
15 Repco Holden Sports Sports 99
DNF John Lewis 39 Holden Touring 82
DNF George Wakelin
Dave Edwards
29 Holden 48-215 Sports 76
DNF Owen Stringer
Mike Tighe
22 Ford Cortina GT Mk 1 Touring 71
DNF Fred Coxon
Peter Bond
44 Holden Sports Sports 63
DNF Geoff Stanton
Dick Ward
27 Holden Touring 60
DNF John Bavera
Dave Sullivan Snr
34 Austin-Healey 100 Sports 53
DNF Graham Colledge
Jim Lydeker
31 Holden Touring 42
DNF Bob Biltoft
Rod Mitchell
4 Peugeot Special Sports 33
DNF Bruce Harding
Lindsay Ashworth
5 Holden Touring 31
DNF Brian McKay 10 Peugeot Touring 13
DNF John Glasson 16 Atlantis Sports 12
DNF Tony McAlinden 36 Peugeot Sports Sports 5

References[edit]

  1. ^ Official Programme Cover Retrieved from www.terrywalkersplace.com on 27 August 2008
  2. ^ Western Australian Race Results 1964 Retrieved from www.terrywalkersplace.com on 15 July 2011

Further reading[edit]

  • Australian Motor Sport, August 1964, page 52-53
  • Terry Walker, Around The Houses, 1980, page 58

External links[edit]

  • Race Numbers Retrieved from www.terrywalkersplace.com on 27 August 2008