Don Barrow - Ecurie Cod Fillet ECF John Hopwood Roy Fidler
Ecurie Cod Fillet
is an unlikely name for a Rallying Team,
yet this is the true story of a band of star studded
Rally Drivers, Navigators & Co-Drivers of the
1950s - 1960s - 1970s
united by their enthusiasm of rallying and much more besides.

"With the route plotted up, it seemed a shame to waste the evening, so they did a quick diversion and swapped the sick Herald for the only other vacant machine, the VW Transporter pick-up used for delivering Fish from the 'Fidler's For Fish' fleet".

ECF member Raymond Baxter speaking at an ECF Reunion said
"we are members of the most elitist club of motor sporting personnel in existence"

Ecurie Cod Fillet Trophy

ECF Member - John Davenport recounts a fishy tale - Motor Sport magazine 2001.

Early days in the Buckler, suitably kitted out with 'Slicks' Roy Fidler & John Hopwood - London Rally 1955 - ECF Sticker centre top screen

How to tell you about Ecurie Cod Fillet? When asked to explain jazz, Louis Armstrong famously replied, "Man, if you gotta ask, you'll never know". Even within rallying circles, exact knowledge about Ecurie Cod Fillet is hardly widespread. A few years ago, Autosport published a picture of ECF's assembled members and were so baffled when it came to writing a caption that they entitled it, 'Past winners of the RAC Rally', which was, of course, only partially true. Truth is frequently stranger than fiction, and it was in search of the former that I recently travelled north to a point almost within sight of the Manchester Ship Canal to meet with the founders of this unique phenomenon, Roy Fidler and John Hopwood. The venue for our interview was to have been the Hazel Grove Pussy Cat Club but, sadly, it had been closed down only the previous week.

Fortunately, the Bramhall Pensioners' Association were having their Late Nite 5 & 3's in the local Methodist Hall and kindly let us have a table near the door as the venue for our little chat. According to Roy, it all started while he was hanging upside down at Knickerbrook. During the 1950s he was the proud owner of a Buckler 90 powered by a Ford 1172cc side-valve engine. This chariot was used for rallying and for 30-minute time trials at Oulton Park. For the latter, his rally navigator John Hopwood turned pit crew-cum-team manager to oversee the mandatory change of one wheel using a quick-lift jack. It was during one of these time trials that an experimental tyre arrangement featuring larger wheels on the front proved sufficiently unstable to result in the aforementioned inversion and a positive decision to stick to rallying in future.

The Infamous VW Transporter which won a rally, here being used for its intended purpose, circa 1958
Spot a few of the famous members of Ecurie Cod Fillet!
1st row L > R - Mike Sutcliffe, Roger Clark, Roy Fidler, Les Cowan, ??, Val Domleo, Tony Mason, ??,
The rest 1, 2, 3, 4, Denis Cardell, Barrie (Whizzo) Williams, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, Mike Wood, 15, John Hopwood, 18, Ted Worswick, Gerald Ryan, 23.

It was at this time that Fidler and Hopwood were both put in the position of having to take over control of their family businesses. For Hopwood it was a traditional glove-making company, while for Fidler it was a fresh fish business originally founded in 1895. Neither company was trading at any kind of zenith and both needed a lot of hard work to make them successful. So British road rallying, which only took up a Saturday night, fitted in rather well. Before long, the Buckler was making a better impression than it had done on the Oulton Park scenery. In 1959, the pair won the Lakeland Jubilee Rally outright. The following year, the Buckler had gone and they started No 1 on the same event with a Triumph Herald. Overcome by the occasion, the poor thing ran its bearings as they set out from Macclesfield towards the Peak District With all the route plotted on the maps, it seemed a shame to waste the evening, so they did a quick divert and swapped the Herald for the only other vacant machine, the VW Transporter pick-up used for delivering Fish from the 'Fidler's For Fish' fleet.

They got back to the rally route somewhere near Buxton and joined it in their rightful place. To everyone's surprise, they managed a whole string of controls on time before deciding that this was not the safest way to proceed through a national park. Discretion having triumphed over valour, it was thrown away again when, on the way home from the end of that rally, they remembered a daylight event being run by Stockport Motor Club on the Sunday morning. This time, they entered legitimately and famously won it. It was the first - and last - time the VW was pressed into rally service, but it had set them thinking. Hopwood wrote the rally reports for Stockport MC's magazine and he began referring to the Fidler-Hopwood combination as 'Ecurie Cod Fillet' as a bit of a take on continental rally teams. The next thing was that a badge was devised and cut Out of fablon. Other crews, especially the stalwarts of the Stockport MC, saw it and, since the word Ecurie predicates more than one car and crew, they were soon sporting similar badges. At the time, Stockport MC had a particularly strong rallying contingent and soon other northern drivers, including Reg McBride, Phil Simister, Mike Sutcliffe, Phil Crabtree, Derek Astle and Don Grimshaw, wanted to have the fishy emblem on their car.

Roy Fidler & John Hopwood with the recalcitrant Herald.
Ladies helped ECF jaunts go with a bang.

Right from the start, there was no suggestion that you had to fill in an application form or pay a subscription. It was sufficient for you to be a regular and successful rallyist. Ecurie Cod Fillet was soon being used as a convenient name for teams entered on the new Motoring News Rally Championship and, before long, recruits from outside the north-west were swelling its ranks. When Erik Carlsson won the RAC Rally with John Brown in 1961, his works Saab carried an ECF badge that was removed by the Saab people just before the finish. Like Topsy in Uncle Tom's Cabin, ECF just 'growed'. Indeed, the members of its illustrious ranks won every major event in the rally world between 1960 and 1980. Ecurie Cod Fillet could have stayed like that, awarding its annual trophy for the best organised rally, and then just gracefully followed similar organisations such as Ecurie ile de France, Ecurie les Mordus and Squadra Cinquanta into obscurity.

But then in 1962, Hopwood was invited to suggest a plan for running a motor rally on the Isle of Man. Len Bond of the Manx Tourist Board invited him over to look at the place and make some suggestions that they could put to the Manx Government They drove round and saw there were roads that would make a very fair, if rather short, night rally. It was only when John and Roy were about to leave that Len said: "Of course, if it is of any help, we could always close the roads for you." That off-the-cuff remark changed the face of British rallying, since, with the exception of Ulster, the only possibility to have proper special stages at that time was to use Forestry Commission roads. And those were only just being made available in any quantity for the RAC Rally. The rally that Hopwood and Fidler devised with help from the ECF membership was a short night rally followed by a full-blown daylight stage event. The involvement of ECF with the success of that first Manx Rally of 1963 (won by Reg McBride & Don Barrow) was to get it even better known throughout British rally circles. And the various social engagements that came as part of the Manx Rally package - the party on the ferry going over, the prize-giving party, the driving tests on the promenade and the impromptu hill climb on the ferry going back to Liverpool - all contributed to the legend.

Roy Fidler and John Hopwood with their Ford Anglia on a British night rally. Fidler at this time also co-drove in the Triumph's works team.
ECF wasn't all just a laugh. Roy Fidler & John Hopwood combo took this Works Triumph Spitfire to second overall in the 1964 Welsh Rally.

At that time, Fidler was playing a double role, driving his own 1310cc Ford Anglia on British events and co-driving for the Triumph works team on continental rallies. Indeed, later in 1963, he was the victim of a nasty accident at Mont Ventoux when Mike Sutcliffe put the TR4 into a wall. Roy broke his left leg and sustained quite a few other knocks. Happily, within a couple of years, Roy was a number one driver at Triumph and soon the little ECF logo started to appear on a wide variety of works rally cars. The next big step came in 1967. By this point Ecurie Cod Fillet had only been in existence for 12 years but had spread widely - the membership was already well over 200. The nature of rallying, however, especially in Britain, was changing fast. Road rallies were now frowned upon and special stage events were in the ascendant. Where the core members once met a couple of dozen times a year on events, it was now unusual to have more than a few together at any one time.

Thus was born the exciting new concept of the Ecurie Cod Fillet reunion. The first event was held in Stone, Staffordshire. The location may simply have been chosen because it was halfway between the north of England and the south. Or it could have been because Stuart Turner's mother lived just round the corner. No one is certain. But they can all remember the strippers! Subsequent reunions featured competitions which involved the placement and removal of advertising stickers from young ladies, or hands-on tests of proficiency in the undressing of inflatable dolls. Apart from the serious side though, these events became enormously popular and remain a forum in which the rally fraternity asserts an identity often lost at other motor-sport jamborees in the razzmatazz of racing. Since they started, the venues have moved around a bit with ECF reunions held in Douglas IOM, Worcester, Oldham and Birmingham. More recently, they have settled on Nottingham and gradually, as the membership has matured, the content has become slightly less Rabelasian.

Another ECF reunion. From left to right John Hopwood, John Davenport, John Brown, Andrew Whyte and Stuart Turner.

Indeed, after some 42 years, Ecurie Cod Fillet is now very much a collection of senior citizens, albeit some of them quite eminent. The membership stands at approximately 340 and is now virtually closed. It is not, and never has been, a commercial organisation, and most of its financial support has been drawn from the businesses of Fidler and Hopwood, who themselves labour tirelessly on its behalf. John sends out a regular newsletter while other volunteers such as - and this is to literally name but a few - Alan Jolley, Mike Broad, Jackie Francis-Lucy and Tony Mason work to ensure the continuation of the reunions. Based as it is in the era of road rallying, it is little wonder that ECF has been highly visible in the great historic rally revival of the last two decades. The Fidler/Hopwood combination has been seen at work in the latter's TR2 while other members, throwing away their Zimmer frames for a day, have shown their old skills have not disappeared. On the 1992 Charringtons RAC Historic Rally, for example, Ecurie Cod Fillet won the team prize with their B team comprising three Mini Coopers driven by Timo Makinen, Stig Blomqvist and Rauno Aaltonen. A contemporary journalist was heard to mutter: "If that's their B team, who's in their A team ?" Being a peculiar institution, it is doubtful whether Ecurie Cod Fillet will ever completely disappear, as is the way with legends. But one's thoughts do turn more frequently to the question of whether cars and decent OS maps exist in the afterlife.

John Davenport 2001.

The above text reproduced from 'Motor Sport' magazine with additional photographs and comments.


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Ecurie Cod Fillet - Mini Re-union - Chatsworth Rally Show 2009
ECF Members - Björn Waldegård & Bob Bean
receiving recognition of their outstanding motor sport acheivements.
Björn received the Shekhar Mehta Trophy and Bob received the coveted Ecurie Cod Fillet Trophy

British Rally Champions - Chatsworth Rally Show 2008
Out of all the above 23 BRC Champions 16 are ECF Members
Non ECF Members in Grey
Back Row L to R - David Higgins, Gwyndaf Evans, Guy Wilks, Phil Short, Phil Mills, Ari Vatanen & Chris Sclater
Middle Row L to R - Marko Ipatti, Don Barrow, Martin Holmes, David Richards, David Llewellin, Robert Reid, Mike Broad & Ian Grindrod.
Front Row L to R - John Bloxham, Roy Fidler, Russell Brookes, Jimmy McRae, Malcolm Wilson, Will Sparrow, Nigel Raeburn & Stig Blomqvist.

ECF Re-Union, Gifford Hotel, Worcester 1985
Back Row L to R - Terry Hunter (half of him), Ron Crellin, Neil Wilson, Brian Culceth, Tommy Gold, June Gold, Den Green, Willy Cave, Stuart Turner, Peter Riley, Jack Sears, Paul Easter, John Handley, Les Needham, Ted Worswick, Chris Sclater, Bill Price, Jeremy Ferguson, Mike Broad, Jeff Williamson, John Smethurst.
Sitting L to R - John Sprinzel, Jacqueline Sutcliffe, Don Morley, Marcus Chambers, Anne Hall, Roy (King Cod) Fidler, John Hopwood, Mike Sutcliffe.
Front Row L to R - Don Barrow, Valerie Domleo (Morley), Fred Gallaher, Liz Crellin, Tony Fall.

Tour of Cheshire 2006

During March of 2006, Knutsford & District Motor Club ran their Tour of Cheshire, Historic Road Rally; the first round in the HRCR Clubmans Rally Championship. A team of invited Ecurie Cod Fillet members ran some of the various Controls including the Start and Finish. It was a bitter cold day as can be judged from the photographs.

Who is the gorgeous girl in the ultra short Mini Skirt walking past
John Bloxham, Rob Lyall, Toney Cox, Roy Fidler, Stuart Turner, Alan Jolley, John Hopwood, Russell Brookes & Peter Bryant

Other members officiating were - Roy Fidler, John Hopwood, Nigel Raeburn, Don Barrow, Alan Jolley, Stuart Turner, Mike Wood, John Waddington, Rob Lyall, Russell Brookes, Toney Cox, John Wadsworth, Will Sparrow, Norman Salt, Bob Redhead, Peter Bryant, Cec Offley, Terry Harrison, Tony Fall, Mike Broad & John Wood.

Tour of Cheshire 2008

Knutsford & DMCs, Tour of Cheshire Historic Rally was once again manned by a few invited ECF stalwarts, all looking very happy, even before the bar had opened. It was a bitter day and the winner commented in his speech that "it was a privelege to have ECF members manning controls, he could not even think of Michael Schumacher marshalling at a Formulae 1 race".

Other ECF members officiating on the day were Rob Lyall, Mike Broad, Peter Bryant, Mike Wood, John Waddington, Don Barrow, Will Sparrow, Bob Redhead, John Parsons, Norman Salt, Carolyn Tyler-Morris, Rodney Spokes, Terry Harrison, Peter Valentine, Geoff Awde, John Bloxham & John Wood.

Russell Brookes, Will Sparrow, Tony Mason, Neil Wilson, Tony Davies, Roy Fidler, Tony Fall & Alan Jolley.
Colour pics by Tony Large


What is ECF or ECURIE COD FILLET ?

Since inception in 2004 the Tour of Cheshire has involved members of Ecurie Cod Fillet in the organisation, marshalling and social aspects of the event.

This unique band of rallying enthusiasts was formed in 1955 by the successful crew of Roy Fidler (King Cod) and the late John Hopwood, originally as a name for team entries in the "Motoring News" championship events and other major rallies of that era. The fish connotation came from Roy's business as a fish merchant and it soon became a much sought after honour to be invited to join its ranks. Membership has always been by invitation only - even today there are less than 300, representing a veritable "who's who" of the good old days of British rallying in the 1950's, 1960's, 1970's and stars of the current era.

Many of these older enthusiasts help us out on the "Tour of Cheshire" which they view as a "mini - reunion" and a great social occasion, affording them the opportunity to mingle with competitors and to be reminded of their wonderful days of rallying in similar vehicles. And by marshalling some of our controls and passage checks they are putting something back into the sport from which they had so much pleasure and recognising what earlier marshals did for them.

Look out for these "codlings" at Rally H.Q. and around our route - slightly older persons sporting filleted - fish badges and ECF name - tags; they will be pleased to socialise!!

Alan Jolley


A comical ditty found in Motoring News - Aug 27th 1964

Pat and David did the Vales
In the heart of deepest Wales
But, just as they were passing Reg
They went and fell right off the edge
Let not this dreadful warning then be spurned
A rolling Moss shall leave no Stone unturned

Hey diddle, diddle
The Cod and the Fidler
The druid jumped over the Moon
The little Dav laughed to see such fun
And Jake ran away with the spoon





Rally of the Year
Award Winners

1962 Express & Star Rally
1963 Shunpiker Rally
1964 Manx Trophy Rally
1965 Shunpiker Rally
1966 Bolton Rally
1967 Express & Star Rally
1968 Express & Star Rally
1969 Tour of Mull
1970 Tour of Mull
1971 Plains Rally
1972 Plains Rally
1973 Gremlin Rally
1974 Illuminations Rally
1980 RAC Rally

The prestigious Ecurie Cod Fillet Trophy,
awarded to outstanding Rallies or ECF Members, who, in the opinion of the ECF Committee, produced or acheived an exceptional performance in Rallying.

Ecurie Cod Fillet Trophy




ECF Trophy Individual
Award Winners

1989 Bill Bengry
1992 Don & Val Morley
1996 Anne Hall
1999 John Hopwood
2002 Stuart Turner
2005 Mike Wood
2009 Bob Bean

Prior to the 2008 Manx International Rally I was contacted by their Media Officer, Chris Boyde, who sought permission to include my eulogy of John Hopwood in the Rally programme. Unfortunately it only praises John as the forefather and does not mention Roy; although we all know the team behind the original Manx Trophy Rally.

This ECF page compiled by Don Barrow.

It's amazing, please note in the first image above, Roy's & John's competition number of 199 on the 1955 London Rally (especially reserved for promising Northern crews) it's exactly the same number that the London Motor Club - in their efforts to handicap us in 1961 - gave Reg McBride and Don Barrow, but in true ECF Northern fashion, Reg & I 'stuffed it up em' with a clean sheet (zero penalties) and 1st Overall.

Some of the illustrious Past and Present Ecurie Cod Fillet members and a few assocciated members from the early 1950 era up to the current day.

This independant list compiled by Don Barrow from his original ECF members list does not verify that the names listed are current ECF members, some members lapsed their contact and were naturally 'signed off' - the list also includes members who are no longer with us but keep their names as ECF motor sport heroes.

Adrian Boyd, Alan Jolley, Alan Taylor, Alec Poole, Alison Woolley, Alun Rees, Andrew Cowan, Andrew Duerden, Andrew Haill, Andrew Hedges, Andrew Kellitt, Andrew Marriot, Andrew Whyte, Andy Dawson, Ann Bradshaw, Anna Goni, Anne Hall, Anne Wisdom, Ari Vatanen, Arne Hertz, Arthur Hobson, Arthur Ridy, Arthur Senior, Barrie Gill, Barrie 'Whizzo' Williams, Barry Potts, Basil Wales, Beatty Crawford, Bernard Banning, Bernard Barton, Bert Shankland, Bill Bengry, Bill Bleakley, Bill Gwynne, Bill Mellis, Bill Price, Bill Troughyear, Billy Coleman, Bjorn Waldergard, Bob Baxter, Bob Bean, Bob Goodchild, Bob Lamb, Bob Redhead, Bobbie Parkes GHF, Bobby Parkes - Eulogy, Bobby Willis, Bones O'Conner, Brian Coyle, Brian Culcheth, Brian Field, Brian Gillibrand, Brian Halliday, Brian Harper, Brian Harrocks, Brian Melia, Brian Snape, Brian Worsh, Bruce Moss, Carol Tyler-Morris, Carolyn Tyler-Morris, Ces Offley, Chris Belton, Chris Coburn, Chris Knowles-Fitton, Chris Lord, Chris Rothwell, Chris Sclater, Chris Wood, Christabel Carlisle, Colin Francis, Colin Goodhill, Colin Grewer, Colin Malkin, Colin McRae, Colin Taylor, Colin Wilson, D Brader, Dave Campion, David Campion Dave Lindsay, David Lindsay, Dave Orrick, David Orrick, Dave Ralphs, David Ralphs, Dave Richards, David Richards, Dave Whiteley, David Whiteley, Dave Whittock, David Whittock, David Cowan, David Fawcett, David Friswell, David Gawne, David Hiam, David 'Piggy' Thompson, David Pollard, David Seigle-Morris, David Skeffington, David Stone, David Sutton, David Thistlethwaite, David Williams, Den Green, Dennis Cardell, Derek Astle, Derek Hill, Derek McMahon, Derek Oldham, Derek Pickup, Derek Tucker, Derek Tye, Des O'Dell, Don Abrams, Don Barrow, Don Davidson, Don Griffiths, Don Grimshaw, Don Morley, Doug Baird, Duncan Measor, Ellen Morgan, Eric Jackson, Eric Newby, Erle Morley, Ernie Cole, Ernie Waldron, Eugen Bohringer, Frances Tuthill, Frank Davies, Frank Grange, Frank Pierson, Frank Seddon, Frank Trickett, Fred Bent, Fred Gallagher, Gavin Frew, Geoff Allen, Geoff Awde, Geoff Davies, Geoff Haggie, Geoff Halliwell, Geoff Mabbs, Geoff Parker, Geoff Whittaker, George Beever, George Hill, George Humble, Gerald Bloom, Gerry Burgess, Gerry Marshall, Gerry Philips, Gerry Ryan, GHF Parkes, Glyn Roberts, Gordon Birtwistle, Graham Birrell, Graham Robson, Gwyndaf Evans, Harold Brookes, Harold Harris, Harold Morley, Harold Watson, Harry Crowther, Henry Liddon, Hugh Bishop, Ian Grindrod, Ian Hall, Ian Jupp, Ian Norris, Ian Shapland, Jack Kemsley, Jack Sears, Jack Tordoff, Jackie Sutcliffe, Jan Churchill, Jane Bourne, Jane Wignall, Jari-Matti Latvala, Jean Denton, Baroness Denton of Wakefield, Jean Jacques Thuner, Jeff Churchill, Jenny Birrell, Jenny Nadin, Jeremy Ferguson, Jerry Larsson, Jim Bullough - Eulogy, Jimmy Bullough, Jim Porter, Jim Tomlinson, Jim Youd, Jimmy Loxham, Jimmy McRae, Jimmy Ray, Jock Russell, John Bloxam, John Brown, John Buffum, John Clegg, John Cooper, John Cuff, John Curtis, John Daniels, John Davenport, John Edwards-Parton. John Foden, John Gretener, John Handley, John Haughland, John Henderson, John Heppenstall, John Hopwood - Eulogy, John King, John La Trobe, John McCartney, John Middleton, John Millington, John Nixey, John Parsons, John Richardson, John Seal, John Smethurst, John Sprinzel, John Taylor, John Vipond, John Wadsworth, John Whitehead, John Wood, Johnstone Syer, Jonathan Lord, Judith Jackson, Julian Bronson, Julian Chitty, Keith Binns Keith Oswin, Keith Wood, Ken James, Ken Mumford, Kevin Gormley, Kevin Savage, Lady Christabel Watson, Christabel Carlisle, Les Cowan, Les Needham, Liz Bentham, Logan Morrison, Louise Aitken-Walker, Malcolm Neill, Malcolm Wilson, Marcus Chambers, Mark Lovell, Martin Clarke, Martin Holmes, Martin Jubb, Martin Whittaker, Mick Linford, Mike Barker, Mike Broad, Mike Butler, Mike Doodson, Mike Greasley, Mike Hinde, Mike Hughes, Mike Kirkland, Mike Nicholson, Mike Offley, Mike Sones, Mike Stephens, Mike Sutcliffe, Mike Tullie, Mike Wilson, Mike Wood, Monty Karlan, Monty Peters, Murray Moreland, Neil Eason-Gibson, Neil Revington, Neil Wilson, Nick Brittain, Nick Papamichael, Nigel Harris, Nigel Raeburn, Nigel Rockey, Norman Brewitt, Norman Grimshaw, Norman Salt, Oliver Speight, Owen Sykes, Paddy Hopkirk, Pat Moss-Carlsson, Pat Ryan, Pat Spencer, Patrick Lichtensteiger, Patrick Russell, Paul Dennison, Paul Easter, Paul White, Paul Wignall, Pauline Gullick, Pennti Airikkala Per Eklund, Per Olof Rudh, Peter Allen, Peter Ashcroft, Peter Astbury, Peter Browning, Peter Bryant, Peter Clarke, Peter Cooper, Peter Craven, Peter Davies, Peter Foubister, Peter Harper, Peter Hilliard, Peter Procter, Peter Riley, Peter Roberts, Peter Rushforth, Peter Stayner, Peter Valentine, Peter Ward, Phil Collins, Phil Cooper, Phil Crabtree, Phil Short, Phil Simister, Randal Morgan, Rauno Aaltonen, Ray Crowther, Ray Dale Ray Sherratt, Raymond Baxter, Reg McBride, Rev Rupert Jones, Richard Binns, Richard Harper, Richard Hudson-Evans, Richard Martin-Hurst, Richard Morris, Rob Arthur, Rob Lyall, Robert Fearnall, Robin Etre-Maunsell, Robin Hilliard, Robin Richards, Robin Turvey, Rod Cooper, Rodney Goodchild, Rodney McComb, Rodney Spokes, Roger Clark, Roger Evans, Roger Farmer, Roger Riley, Roger Scholes, Roger Sutcliffe, Ron Beecroft, Ron Crellin, Ron Gammons, Ron Wilson, Ronnie Sandham, Rosemary Smith, Ross Dunkerton, Roy Dixon, Roy Fidler, Roy Mapple, Roy Molyneaux, Russell Brookes, Russell Earnshaw, Saville Woolley, Shekha Mehta, Sir Peter Moon, Sir Stirling Moss, Stan Annis, Stan Williams, Stephen Turvey, Steve Broad, Stig Blomqvist, Stuart Collins, Stuart Gray, Stuart Pegg, Stuart Turner, Ted Worswick, Terry Harrison, Terry Harryman, Terry Hunter, Terry Kaby, Terry McBride, Timo Makinen, Tiny Lewis, Tom Bar-Smith, Tom Gold, Tom Paton, Tom Seal, Tom Threlfall, Tom Warburton, Toney Cox, Tony Ambrose, Tony Davies, Tony Dron, Tony Fall, Tony Fisher, Tony Goulding, Tony Greenwood, Tony Hennin, Tony Lanfranchi, Tony Mason, Tony Moy, Tony Newsum, Tony North, Tony Payne, Tony Pond, Tony Straker, Val Domleo, Val Harper, Val Morley, Vic Elford, Vicky Lincoln, Walter Rohrl, Will Sparrow, Willy Cave, Yvonne Smith, Yvonne Hilton,

Aaltonen Rauno, Abrams Don, Airikkala Pennti, Aitken-Walker Louise, Allen Geoff, Allen Peter, Allison Pat, Ambrose Tony, Annis Stan, Arthur Rob, Ashcroft Peter, Astbury Peter, Astle Derek, Awde Geoff, Baird Doug, Banks Warwick, Banning Bernard, Barker Mike, Barrow Don, Bar-Smith Tom, Barton Bernard, Baxter Bob, Baxter Raymond, Bean Bob, Beecroft Ron, Beever George, Belton Chris, Bengry Bill, Bent Fred, Bentham Liz, Billstam Claes, Bilton John, Binns Keith, Binns Richard, Birrell Graham, Birrell Jenny, Birtwistle Gordon, Bishop Hugh, Bleakley Bill, Bloom Gerald, Blomqvist Stig, Bloxam John, Bohringer Eugoin, Bourne Jane, Boyd Adrian, Bradshaw Ann, Breakell Geoff, Brewitt Norman, Brittain Nick, Broad Mike, Broad Steve, Bronson Julian, Brookes Russell, Brooks Harold, Brown John, Browning Peter, Bryant Peter, Buffum John, Bullough Jim - Eulogy, Burgess Gerry, Butler Mike, Cabena Dave, Campion Dave, Cardell Dennis, Carlisle Christobell, Carlsson Eric, Carol Tyler, Carolyn Tyler-Morris, Cave Willy, Chambers Marcus, Chitty Julian, Churchill Jan, Churchill Jeff, Clark Judy, Clark Roger, Clarke Martin, Clarke Peter, Clegg John, Coburn Chris, Cole Ernie, Coleman Billy, Collins Phil, Collins Stuart, Cooper John, Cooper Peter, Cooper Phil, Cooper Rod, Cowan Andrew, Cowan Les, Cox Toney, Coyle Brian, Crabtree Phil, Craven Peter, Crawford Beatty, Crellin Ron, Crowther Harry, Crowther Ray, Cuff John, Culcheth Brian, Curtis John, Dale Ray, Daniels John, Davenport John, Davidson Don, Davies Frank, Davies Geoff, Davies Peter, Davies Tony, Dawson Andy, Deeley Roger, Dennison Paul, Denton - Baroness of Wakefield, Denton Jean, Dixon Roy, Domleo Val, Doodson Mike, Dron Tony, Duerden Andrew, Dunkerton Ross, Earnshaw Russell, Eason-Gibson Neil, Easter Paul, Edwards-Parton John, Eklund Per, Elford Vic, Evans Gwyndaf, Evans Roger, Eyre-maunsell Robin, Fall Tony, Farmer Roger, Fawcett David, Fearnall Robert, Fennell Frank, Ferguson Jeremy, Fidler Roy, Field Brian, Fisher Pat, Fisher Tony, Foden John, Foubister Peter, Francis Colin, Frew Gavin, Friswell David, Gallagher Fred, Gammons Ron, Gawne David, Gill Barrie, Gillibrand Brian, Gold Tom, Goni Anna, Goodchild Bob, Goodchild Rodney, Goodhill Colin, Gormley Kevin, Goulding Tony, Grange Frank, Grant John, Gray Stuart, Greasley Mike, Green Den, Greenwood Tony, Gretener John, Grewer Colin (Desperate Dan Grewer), Griffiths Don, Grimshaw Don, Grimshaw Norman, Grindrod Ian, Grist Nicky, Gullick Pauline, Gwynne Bill, Haggie Geoff, Haill Andrew, Hall Anne, Hall Ian, Halliday Brian, Halliwell Geoff, Handley John, Hanson Neil, Harper Brian, Harper Peter, Harper Prissy, Harper Richard, Harper Val, Harris Harold, Harrison Terry, Harrocks Brian, Harryman Terry, Haughland John, Hedges Andrew, Henderson John, Hennin Tony, Heppenstall John, Hertz Arne, Hirvonen Mikko, Hiam David, Higgins Mark, Hill Derek, Hill George, Hilliard Peter, Hilliard Robin, Hilton Yvonne, Hinde Mike, Hobson Arthur, Holmes Martin, Hopkirk Paddy, Hopwood Anne, Hopwood John - Eulogy, Horton John, Hudson-Evans Richard, Hughes Mike, Humble George, Hunter Terry, Jackson Eric, Jackson Judith, Jacques Thuner Jean, Jago John, James Ken, Jenny Nadin, Jolley Alan, Jones Rev Rupert, Jubb Martin, Jupp Ian, Kaby Terry, Karlan Monty, Kellitt Andrew, Kemsley Jack, King John, Kirkham Dave, Kirkland Mike, Knowles-Fitton Chris, La Trobe John, Lady Christabel Watson, Lamb Bob, Lampinen Simo, Lanfranchi Tony, Larsson Jerry, Latvala Jari-Matti, Lewis Tiny, Lichtensteige Patrick, Liddon Henry, Lincoln Vicky, Lindsay Dave, Linford Mick , Lord Chris, Lord Jonathan, Lowrey Margaret, Lovell Mark, Loxham Jimmy, Lyall Rob, Mabbs Geoff, Makinen Timo, Malkin Colin, Mapple Roy, Marriot Andrew, Marshall Gerry, Martin-Hurst Richard, Mason Tony, McBride Reg, McBride Terry, McCartney John, McComb Rodney, McMahon Derek, McRae Colin, McRae Jimmy, Measor Duncan, Mehta Shekha, Mehta Yvonne, Melia Brian, Mellis Bill, Middleton John, Mikkola Hannu, Millington John, Mills Phil, Molyneaux Roy, Moon Sir Peter, Moreland Murray, Morgan Ellen, Morgan Randal, Morley Don, Morley Erle, Morley Harold, Morley Valerie, Morris Richard, Morrison Logan, Moss Bruce, Moss Pat, Moss Sir Stirling, Moss-Carlsson Pat, Moy Tony, Mumford Ken, Nadin Jenny, Nash Chris, Nedin Peter, Needham Les, Neill Malcolm, Newby Eric, Newsum Tony, Nicholson Mike, Nixey John, Norris Ian, North Tony, O'Conner Bones, O'Dell Des, Offley Ces, Offley Mike, Oldham Derek, Olof Rudh Per, Orrick Dave, Oswin Keith, Palm Gunner, Papamichael Nick, Parker Geoff, Parkes GHF Bobbie, Parkes Bobby - 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