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de Havilland DH.82A Tiger Moths flying over the South African
Kyalami Grand Prix 30 January 1971
Right to Left: ZS-CDJ Noel Otten and Alan Hindle, ZS-CTS Peter Nicholas and The Star newspaper photographer, Derek May, ZS-CKX Gerrit van den Bosch. Plus others flying over the Zoo. Note the War Memorial in the background.
Type c/n Reg
DH.82A Tiger Moth 84811 ZS-CDJ Noel Otten
DH.82A Tiger Moth 84869 ZS-CKX Gerrit van den Bosch
DH.82A Tiger Moth ? ZS-CMD
DH.82A Tiger Moth 86006 ZS-CTN Ted Phelps
DH.82A Tiger Moth 84077 ZS-CTS Peter Nicholas
DH.82A Tiger Moth 83222 ZS-DEC Sam & Julius Lieberman
DH.82A Tiger Moth 85636 ZS-DKY Stan Schnier
DH.82A Tiger Moth 84305 ZS-DNP Alan Hindle
DH.82A Tiger Moth ZS-
DH.82A Tiger Moth ZS-
DH.82A Tiger Moth ZS-
DH.82A Tiger Moth ZS-
DH.82A Tiger Moth ZS-
DH.82A Tiger Moth ZS-
DH.82A Tiger Moth ZS-
DH.82A Tiger Moth ZS-
DH.82A Tiger Moth ZS-
The Tiger Moth group at Baragee was invited to do a fly past over Kyalami shortly before the start of the 1971 SA Grand Prix. If my memory serves me correctly, it was organised by Roy Watson, Brian Zeederberg and other members of the Piston Ring Club.

We had 12 Tigers based at Baragee. 5 others from around the Reef came over and we were able to get all of them into the air. A photographer from The Star newspaper took the B&W shots. The coloured ones are mine (Noel Otten).

Anyone viewing this page who was part of this event and can help with information regarding the identities of the 17 DH.82A Tiger Moths that took part in this event please contact me, John Austin-Williams jaws@dehavilland.co.za
ZS-CMD Brian Zeederberg and Ian Popplewell

ZS-CKX - Gerrit van den Bosch
ZS-CKX - Gerrit van den Bosch
ZS-CTS, The Star newspaper photographer, Derek May, in the front and Peter Nicholas
The Dunlop Bridge on the main straight at Kyalami Race Track
Johannesburg CBD
ZS-DKY Stan Schneir
ZS-DKY Stan Schneir
ZS-CTS The Star newspaper photographer, Derek May, and Peter Nicholas
ZS-DKY Stan Schneir
ZS-DKY Stan Schneir