Historic racer Adrian Hall dies


Well-known historic racer Adrian Hall has died. Hall was famed for his exploits in Bristol-engined ACs, particularly distinctive red Acecas, then an Ace and, latterly, an ex-Mike Anthony Lotus 10.

The tall gentleman racer, who was born in 1948 and known as Drain, started racing in the 1960s and, after making a fortune in property, started racing historics for fun, but to great effect.

Pictured below with regular co-driver, 1989 C2 World Sports Prototype champion Nick Adams after the Freddie March Memorial Trophy at the 2008 Goodwood Revival Meeting, Hall was a regular at the Sussex circuit.




That is sad news Adrian was one of the old school and always welcomed his mates by saying,,,,,Hello Lad!

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