Back in the 1960s, if you raced or rallied an Austin Mini Cooper, you would have met and probably been defeated by Bill Brack. Bill started off ice racing his Mini and then purchased a Mini Cooper from Gord Brown who was a salesman at the British car dealership Ensign Motors in Toronto. As the Mini Coopers Bill raced grew in displacement, Bill went from the early 850 to 1000 cc Coopers to the then ultimate Mini Cooper, the 1275….
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