1962: Sidecars enter the Southern

The first Sidecar race in the Southern ‘100’ turned out to be an exciting affair with Charlie Freeman and Fred Wallis disputing the lead to the very end of the nine-lap race, Freeman took the lead on lap six and held it despite a neck and neck bid from Wallis to regain it. E Peacock finished third, two and a half minutes in arrears, having taken over the position from Stan Nightingale who had crashed without injury.



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