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Dear Just read Adrian Pallet’s response to your identity poser ( #199). I go with all he’s said, barring no 28 who is Middlesbrough lad John Webb who was the man to beat at Croft back in the day, and who Guy Martin definitely modelled his sideburns from. Sadly no longer with us, illness

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