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Austin 7 White Rabbit race car (1930)

This Austin Seven racer was built by Marcus Chambers in the early 1930s from the burnt out
remains of the Boyd Carpenter Special. Marcus Chambers, together with Peter Clark, raced an
HRG at Le Mans in 1937 and 1939 under the team name curie Lapin Blanc (Team White
Rabbit). Their mascot was a stued turtle shell that Peter Clarke had brought back with him
from the West Indies following a family holiday. Someone then painted a white rabbit logo on
the shell and this became the teams mascot (a replica of this is place just in front of the drivers
seat). After the war Marcus was lured back to HRG, serving as their race team manager from
1948 to 1953 when joined the BMC competitions department.

>Download a PDF specification sheet

Registration no:N/A
Chassis no:107471
Engine no:M62211
Engine:747cc super charged straight four
0-60 mph:0
Top Speed:0
Passenger Seats:1



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