New Zealander Howden Ganley competed in 35 Grand Prix events between 1971 and 1974, raced in a number of major sports car events, and has not been off the motor racing scene since his first encounter with it in 1955. VRJ’s European Editor Ed McDonough competed against him in the first Avon Motor Tour of Britain in 1973, as well as some sports car events in that same year. Ed recently spoke with Ganley in the new headquarters of the British Racing Drivers Club at Silverstone.
VRJ: One biography of you says you went to a race in New Zealand and decided you would become an F1 driver. Is that true?
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