Hortin, Geoffrey

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Hortin, Geoffrey

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[19-?]

History

Geoffrey (Geoff) and Margaret (Marg) Hortin became members of the Sports Car Club of British Columbia (SCCBC) in 1958. They assisted with the building of the Westwood Racetrack, and Geoff was an active racer. He first built his own race car, which was dubbed the "G.A.S.P." (Geoff's Available Spare Parts), and then went on to race for Clemente European Motors in a Fiat 850 modified. Geoff was active in the club until 1972.

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HG-2015-7

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CCOQ

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ISAAR
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Created 2015-07-23

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Sources

Johnston, Tom, "Westwood: Everyone's Favourite Racing Circuit." Granville Island Publishing, 2006.

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