Home1954 Woodcote Cup.
Goodwood, East Sussex, England. 25th September 1954.
Ken Wharton (BRM P30 MkII), 2nd position leads Peter Collins (Ferrari Thinwall), 1st position, Stirling Moss (#7 Maserati 250F), 3rd position and Mike Hawthorn (#8 Vanwall Special), 4th position, action. 
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1954 Woodcote Cup.: Goodwood, East Sussex, England. 25th September 1954. Ken Wharton (BRM P30 MkII), 2nd position leads Peter Collins (Ferrari Thinwall), 1st position, Stirling Moss (#7 Maserati 250F), 3rd position and Mike Hawthorn (#8 Vanwall Special), 4th position, action. World Copyright: LAT Photographic Ref: 249 -5.

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1954 Woodcote Cup.: Goodwood, East Sussex, England. 25th September 1954. Ken Wharton (BRM P30 MkII), 2nd position leads Peter Collins (Ferrari Thinwall), 1st position, Stirling Moss (#7 Maserati 250F), 3rd position and Mike Hawthorn (#8 Vanwall Special), 4th position, action. World Copyright: LAT Photographic Ref: 249 -5.

Goodwood, East Sussex, England. 25th September 1954.
Ken Wharton (BRM P30 MkII), 2nd position leads Peter Collins (Ferrari Thinwall), 1st position, Stirling Moss (#7 Maserati 250F), 3rd position and Mike Hawthorn (#8 Vanwall Special), 4th position, action.
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Ref: 249 -5.

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