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Please find below some Shelsley Walsh images for press usage. A credit must be given to the photographer in return for free usage in the press of these images.

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Simon Durling in his 650bhp Gould.
Simon Durling in his 650bhp Gould.
Simon Durling blasts off the Shelsley Walsh startline in his 650bhp Gould.

Photo: John Charters
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Martin Groves blasts to the outright hill record
Martin Groves blasts to the outright hill record
Martin Groves blasts to the outright hill record at Shelsley Walsh in an incredible 22.81 seconds during the October meeting, 2007.
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Trevor Willis
Trevor Willis
Trevor Willis enters his OMS V8 into the 2008 Shelsley Walsh season with added horsepower and aerodynamics as he aims for toppling the all conquering Gould chassis.
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Simon Durling attacks Shelsley Walsh. June 2005.
Simon Durling attacks Shelsley Walsh. June 2005.
Simon Durling attacks Shelsley Walsh in his new 2.6 litre V8 Gould. June 2005.

Photo: John Charters
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Worcestershires Paul Matty with his classic Lotus single seater.
Worcestershires Paul Matty with his classic Lotus single seater.
Worcestershire's Paul Matty with his classic Lotus single seater.

Photo: John Charters
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Ken Simms of Malvern enters the Top S
Ken Simms of Malvern enters the Top S
Ken Simms of Malvern enters the Top S at Shelsley with his immensley powerful Metro 6R4 rally Car that boasts over 500 hp.

Photo: John Charters
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Graeme Wight Jr attacks Shelsley in June 2005
Graeme Wight Jr attacks Shelsley in June 2005
Two time British Hill Climb Champion, and former Shelsley record holder Graeme Wight Jr attacks Shelsley in June 2005 with his all new Predator V10.

Photo: John Charters
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Shelsley Walsh sees cars accelerate from 0-60mph in less than 2 seconds.
Shelsley Walsh sees cars accelerate from 0-60mph in less than 2 seconds.
Shelsley Walsh sees cars accelerate from 0-60mph in less than 2 seconds.

Photo: John Charters
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Scott Moran
Scott Moran
Scott Moran threads his Gould racing car through the Bottom S at Shelsley Walsh during the June meeting 2005.

Photo: John Charters
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Tony Hunt awaits his run up Shelsley Walsh
Tony Hunt awaits his run up Shelsley Walsh
Tony Hunt awaits his run up Shelsley Walsh with his small, but very fast Force, powered by a modified motorcycle engine.

Photo: Toby Moody
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Hans Stück at Shelsley Walsh June 1936
Hans Stück at Shelsley Walsh June 1936
Hans Stück at Shelsley Walsh June 1936 with the Auto Union. August 2005 sees a return of an original Auto Union to Shelsley Walsh.

Photo: MAC Archive
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Shelsley Walsh celebrates its 100th year in 2005
Shelsley Walsh celebrates its 100th year in 2005
Shelsley Walsh celebrates its 100th year in 2005 with an unique atmosphere untouched since its first meeting in 1905.

Photo: John Charters
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Raymond Mays at Shelsley Walsh during the 1940s
Raymond Mays at Shelsley Walsh during the 1940s
Raymond Mays drifts his ERA R4 through the Esses at Shelsley Walsh during the 1940s. The view today is unchanged under the trees, but although the technology has moved on, the very same car can be seen at Shelsley Walsh on July 3rd and August 21st 2005 in the hands of Mac Hulbert.

Photo: MAC Archive.


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