Why pro success in historics shouldn't be taken for granted
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Why pro success in historics shouldn't be taken for granted

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, Sam Hancock

High-profile cameos at top historic events are increasingly common. ELMS champion and historic ace Sam Hancock explains why they can't be expected to jump straight in at the sharp end

I've ended up so immersed in the historic racing scene that I now earn pretty much 100% of my living in this world. It goes back to 2003 when I was in the middle of having a couple of disastrous and forgettable appearances in Formula 3000.

My dad has always loved classic cars and he had a little bit of a foothold. He had a share in the ownership of a Lotus 11, which was prepared by the brilliant Twyman brothers. They very kindly gave me a seat in the car at the Goodwood Revival in 2003.

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Series Historics
Author Sam Hancock