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THE GRAND PRIX WAY

"It would not be the Grand Prix unless the start was an hour late" says an English writer, "but, curiously enough, the English colts were the least affected of all by the long wait in the stifling paddock. After the race everyone connected witjh the winner, except the lad who brought the colt to the meeting, broadcast from the paddock. A great figure at the microphone was Mieuxce's trainer, Elijah Cunnington, who, in his white bowler hat and check tweed suit, was a speaking likeness of what a Frenchman imagines John Bull to be."

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THE GRAND PRIX WAY, Evening Post, Volume CXXII, Issue 22, 25 July 1936

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THE GRAND PRIX WAY Evening Post, Volume CXXII, Issue 22, 25 July 1936

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