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When asked by Colin Pool in October 1985, John Bamford was unable to remember who he sold the car to. Richard Arnold in his Chevron B19 at Donington Park in July 1990. It came to the UK from South Africa and Evans told Colin that "he thought it had been raced in Zimbabwe by someone called Van Dyke". Sold to DART for the European 2-litre Championship 1971: debut BARC 1000 (MN pp12-14,24) entered by 'DART Racing with Castrol' and driven by John Miles/Graham Birrell.Paul Owens, who has retained Chevron's original record book, also has no information on the car's next owner. The Plumtree Racing Chevron B19 in the paddock at Silverstone in May 1987. Research in Zimbabwe has found no record of a Van Dyke racing a sports car in that country in the 1970s or 1980s and no record has been found of a Chevron sports car beyond the known cars. Driven at Oulton Park 9 Apr by Miles; Thruxton 12 Apr by Miles; Paul Ricard 18 Apr by Graham Birrell; at Salzburgring 23 May by Birrell; at Silverstone 5 Jun by Toine Hezemans.There is a full list of all the people who have helped at the foot of this page.
Crashed at ADAC Bergrennen Detmold (Gausekoete) on and Zaborowski advises that it was "totally destroyed".Colin Pool's Chevron B19 at the Brands Hatch International Historic Weekend 31 May-1 June 1986. Raced by Colin Pool in historic racing and in Thundersports in 1986 (#63; co-driver William Wykeham). Then fitted with 2-litre alloy block Hart BDA engine and raced by Miles at Hockenheim 4 Jul, Croft 10 July, Brands Hatch 30 Aug (BDA engine changed to FVC), Nürburgring 5 Sep (co-driven by Wilson Fittipaldi) and Thruxton 19 Sep (FVC).After a second mediocre season of historic racing in 1986, Pool took the car to Racing Fabrications who prepared it to a much higher standard and it won the HSCC historic GT championship outright in 19. Sold to Frank Aston and used in sprints with a BDA engine: debut Weston ("recently purchased from the DART team" MN p23).Jeremy Jackson has done an astonishing job supplying pictures of virtually every B19 raced in historic events in the UK and Norbert Vogel and Pieter Melissen are covering European and US events most impressively but more pictures of the cars in the 1970s would be very helpful.My thanks in particular to Simon Hadfield, Marcus Pye, Brian Redman, Ed Swart, Kevan Mc Lurg, Jeremy Hall, Pieter Melissen, Jeremy Jackson, Norbert Vogel, Philippe Rafesthain, Ian Hebblethwaite, Philippe Demeyer, Steve Wilkinson, Kelvin Jones, Urs Hauenstein, Tim Colman and Roger Andreason for their help and encouragement.