Sussex International Trophy Goodwood June 2, 1952
Arguably Louis Klemantaski’s most famous photograph. That’s Mike Hawthorn in the Cooper Bristol who is apparently aimed straight at Klem as he sweeps through Fordwater. The car is being balanced on the throttle and Hawthorn with a suitably determined expression is on his way to winning the race. Note the exposed sump of the very tall Bristol engine. In Challenge Me The Race Hawthorn remarked that he could not understand how he had not run down Klem.

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