Tony Sugden was a successful competitor in the motorcycle world as well as spending a couple of years on the hillclimb and sprint circuit before turning his attentions to Special Saloons.
Suggy was a prolific entrant, sometimes doing over 40 events a year, sometimes three events a weekend. His faithful wife Rose collecting as many results as she could, in between keeping him on the straight and narrow and producing an endless stream of buttered scones.
The results aren’t complete, especially from the early and latter part of his motorcycle career and the early sprints. Over time these may become unearthed but there is more than enough to show how versatile a competitor he became.
The Early Years
1955 Circuit Racing Beginnings
1957 to 1962
IOM Manx Grand Prix and the AJS Years
1963 to 1968 Sprints and Hillclimbs
The Escort Years 1969 to 1977
Dafnia and the Chevron
The Little Skoda and Esprit
Life after Racing
Results - Bikes
Results - Sunbeam and Cortinas
Results - Escort onwards
Buch, Softcover, 19 x 24,5 cm, 106 Seiten, ca. 100 teils farbige Abbildungen, englischer Text