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1907 Tourist Trophy Race

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The third Tourist Trophy Race was held in the Isle of Man on the 31st May 1907. Friday.

The race was won by Ernest Courtis in a 20hp Rover

The 'Graphic' Trophy Race was also held on Slein Lewaigne Hill, near Ramsey over a hill climbing course of 2,550 yards. Barwick (Daimler) crashed in practice on Thursday. Bolton (Daimler) crashed in the race at the same place. Later an Ariel-Simplex crashed at the same place. Results were: Ernest Hutton (Berliet); Watson (Berliet); Daimler; Junior; Ariel-Simplex; Porperato (Berliet); Hillman-Coatalen.[1]

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times (London, England), Saturday, June 1, 1907
  • The Times, Saturday, Jun 01, 1907