British Marshals Head For The Med
Classic Car Weekly|September 20,2017

Malta Classic – formerly the Mdina Grand Prix – enlists Brit help for 2017

Grant Ford

Next month’s Malta Classic will feature two small groups of marshals from Brands Hatch and Goodwood in the UK in a bid to improve safety.

Malta doesn’t have its own permanent race circuit, so the Malta Classic always takes place on closed roads, which presents a variety of dangers.

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