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W.A. Airman Wins
"Tunisian Grand Prix"
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Story is told by'Peter Duffield, war correspondent of the Liûndôn "Evening Standard."
It was an Axis claim that all valuable Equipment had-been de- stroyed in Tunisia.
But the Western Desert Air Force, including an Australian Ki tty ha wk squadron, found rich pickings on many captured air-
These included a variety ot cap- tured vehicles in first-class order.
Our airmen decided to make use of a number of .enemy ; Alfa Romeos, Fiäts," Daimlers, Benz, Citroens and Renaults.
A course was pegged round an airfield and an exciting "Grand
W.A. driver Jack Bartle, who was commanding the Australians, and is now a Flight-Lieutenant, showed plenty of skill and pace in a high-powered Citroen and dragged off first prize of a
Flight-Lieut. Jack Bartle, a W.A. airman, who won the "Tunisian Grand Prix"