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R.A.C. International Tourist Trophy, Ulster





R.A.C. International Tourist Trophy, Ulster, August 22, 1931

This race is over a distance of 410 miles, comprising thirty laps of the 13 2/3rds miles Ards Circuits near Belfast. The winner was Norman Black, driving an M.G. Midget, at an average speed of 67.9 m.p.h.-the cars running under handicap. Second place was taken by Borzacchini on an Alfa-Romeo, with a speed of 79.05 m.p.h.-the fastest average ever set up in this race. The Italian driver also broke the lap record with 81.28 m.p.h. A.S. Crabtree was third on another M.G. Midget finishing five seconds behind Borzacchini, with an average of 67.62 m.p.h.