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Now this one needs some work - Clubmans was about as much fun as you could have in racing with your clothes on, a truly great formula that bred a lot of great cars and drivers! Pete Fenelon 22:55, 23 January 2007 (UTC)

In request to the call for a pic, I've put a Chevron on there. But what this page really needs is a Mallock or two... Pete Fenelon 00:13, 20 April 2007 (UTC)

Isn't the Lotus 7 a clubman? It seems some people use the term "clubmans" instead of "sevenesque". // Liftarn
1972 Mallock U2 at Image:74ElvaMkVIIS-72MallockU2.jpg. // Liftarn
I have cropped the 1972 Mallock U2 out of that image and added the modified photo to this article. Tim Pierce (talk) 20:33, 16 September 2010 (UTC)

A lot of clubman pictures.[edit]

If you go to the website [1] under "billeder" you can find a lot of pictures of clubmans, both Mallock, Bodin, and Phantoms. The site is only in danish - sorry. If you like to use them you can do so, as long as you somewere state that they come from the site.

Mention Caterham Motorsport?[edit]

Doesn't Caterham Motorsport deserve a mention alongside historic racing as a successor to clubman racing? It races the modern descendants of the Lotus Seven, and it's said to be quite popular ("on any given weekend there are more Caterhams racing in the world than any other car" [2]). RW Dutton (talk) 04:11, 2 July 2008 (UTC)