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Despite the curfew, the early evenings during the autumn months allow some racing to take place in darkness and the Britcar ‘ into the night ’ race has been a regular on the calendar, with the Lotus 1000 km reviving a tradition that started in the 1960s with the BOAC sportscar races.
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