Stan's Visitors.
Some more great 1960s and 1970s motor sport images from lenseman, John Stanley.
All photos  Copyright - John Stanley.
Ace touring car driver of the 70s, Allan Moffat in the # 9 Coca Cola sponsored Mustang 
at Lakeside in Queensland. He won the 1973 ATCC pointscore with the Trans Am Mustang.
One of Moffat's fiercest competitors in that era, Victorian, ' Stormin'  Norman Beechey in the yellow Holden Monaro #4. He won the 1970 ATCC pointscore with the 350 Holden Monaro.
A great Stanley candid pic. ' The Victorian Boys ' in conference at Surfers Paradise Raceway, Qld in 1970 
Heads, L to R. Jim McKeown, Norm Beechey, John French ( back to camera ) 'Skinny ' Peter Manton 
and Alan Hamilton.

Melbourne Porsche Dealer, Alan Hamilton in his # 9 Porsche at Firestone Corner, Surfers, 1970.
The same group from an 'arty' angle. Note:  Tacho set over 8000rpm. 
Some light glare across ' Skinny's '  face.
Ian Geoghegan in the black Total Team Lotus 23.
The great JB and the Aussie green and gold. Jack Brabham in the # 1 Repco Brabham car at Lakeside Qld.
A Ford GT 40 at Surfers Paradise Raceway 12 hour race 1966, driven by Matich and Sutcliffe 
Derek Bell - Lakeside 1969.
A great pic of an Aussie Special.
The Glynn Scott Repco Holden Special with the Michelin X road tyres !. When Tom Hawkes left his ex Brabham Cooper Bristol with Scott for sometime in his workshop, Scott made a replica of the Bristol and powered it with a Repco headed Holden 6...Thanks for the info JM.
Jim Clark waves to the fans at Surfers after a win in 1968. Aussie Leo Geoghegan beside him.
The Jaguar engined Whitney Special # 39 runs inside what could be John Joyce in the ex Crouch, ex Hirst, ex Pitt, Cooper Ford.
This MGA driver gets a bit of clear air at Lakeside.
Is this Adrian Yannucelli ?
A good grid shot at Lakeside - Day 1. Lotus and Cooper on the front with some Lotus X1s behind.
Denis Geary in the ex Paul England, Australian built Repco Holden engined Ausca sports car.
An early sports car grid pic.- Lakeside.
A 1960s Lakeside Pits scene.
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