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MG Sport and Racing Ltd are pleased to announce that they will be sponsoring the antics of world record stunt driver Terry Grant. The former racing driver and now stunt supremo has thrilled many crowds throughout the world with his ‘donut-king’ performances in his ‘Legend’ car.

Terry’s pocket rocket ‘Legend’ only has a 125Ps motorcycle engine under the bonnet but due to its lightweight structure this delivers a power to weight ratio of 300bhp per ton. His performances of extreme car control are a testimony to years of painstaking practice to achieve extreme car control.

You can see Terry make his first performance of the year during the Road Racing and Superbike Show at Alexander Palace, London from 26th January – 5th February 2002. Later in the year Terry will also be expanding his display to include a replica MG ZS EX259 Touring Car.

On becoming part of MG XPOWER Terry commented: "I am really excited about being involved with MG XPOWER because now I have the power behind me to really go for it."

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Rover-GSi said:
Thanks Admin :)

I don't 'ave a MG tho, but an 11 year old 214GSi
No problem, all owners, enthusiasts are most welcome to join. MG ownership is not a prerequisite, just discussing all thinks MGR past , present and future! :D

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kevin neal said:
Hoi Dennis,
as you come from holland maybe you could give us a europeon angle on what the dutch press and the MG Rover dealer in rozendaal think of the Z cars.

ROFLMAO :D That's ROZENBURG dear Kevin, Rozendaal is a bit more south ;)
I'll go and ask him next weekend, when I go for a nice cup of coffee.

Cheers mate,
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