Ir­ish ace Mul­lan en­joys FF1600 Down Un­der

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For­mula Ford reg­u­lar Jen­nifer Mul­lan made her in­ter­na­tional rac­ing de­but last week­end in the Phillip Is­land Clas­sic.

She was in­vited to con­test the event by the Ecurie Aus­tralie team, which has been res­ur­rected by the Dav­i­son fam­ily. Fford vet­eran Rick Mor­ris also com­peted.

Mul­lan drove a Reynard 84FF and took a best re­sult of 24th out of 45 cars.

“This has just been the most in­cred­i­ble ex­pe­ri­ence of my life so far,” she said. “To share such a jour­ney with the most in­cred­i­ble peo­ple has been amaz­ing. I am happy with my re­sults, I re­ally didn’t ex­pect to be as far up as I was. To end the week­end up in 24th ex­ceeded my ex­pec­ta­tions.”

Mor­ris, 69, climbed to fourth in the penul­ti­mate pre-1990 race in a Reynard 87FF, but was in­volved in an in­ci­dent in the fi­nale. He plans to race at Zwartkops in South Africa this week­end.

Mul­lan (c) and Mor­ris (r)

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