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Old 23rd September 2019, 18:07   #11
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David was the estate that had the runs on the salt planes not a 7.2 Litre or is my old brain not working? Also do you know if MGs estate still hold the record? I seem to remember Audi trying to capture it at one time.
Can anybody shed light on what holds the record today and for how long MG held it for?


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I think the ZT-T still holds the record. Not 7.2 but 6.0 litre, I'm told, un-supercharged, and totally un-driveable except on the flats, according to John Newey. He had a nice look-alike at Pride of Longbridge in April this year.

More info about the actual record-breaker ZT-T from the current owners here:
http://www.radfordracing.co.uk/car-sales.html

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