Clare McComb pays the early days of English-Scottish racing rivalry one final visit with the tale of the ‘first’ Admirals Cup
An idealistic scheme
It had all started so well. Perhaps there was bound to be a hitch – complete success is rare with any large innovation. But the initial announcements of a new RORC race from the south of England to the Clyde, to take place in July 1936, were greeted with hearty enthusiasm in the yachting press, both north and south of the border.
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