With the EA.A. Safari now in its second stage, 80 odd cars that are left?
Shots of contestants rounding hairpin bends and travelling over rough roads
African crowds watching cars going by
Previous rally winner, John Manussis and co driver Capt. the Hon. Bill Coleridge standing beside car whos sump had been holed by stone.
Top shot of cars passing Manussis
At Service depot-Saab cars being serviced prior to starting on second leg - closeup Pat Moss, Saab leaves
Pat Moss and Ann Riley before leaving
Closeup Carlsson waiting for Saab taking off servicing ramp.
To be added to yesterdays shipment of start of safari, that shipment should have been shipped together with todays shooting.
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Background: With the EA.A. Safari now in its second stage, 80 odd cars that are left out of the 105 starters are racing into Tanganyika. About 20 cars failed to complete the first part of the safari which was round Northern Kenya and Uganda, distance of about 1300 miles through some of the roughest country that any car could travel. The newspaper cuttings enclosed showing latest positions of contestants.