ADELAIDE, Australia (AP) _ A 27-year-old motorcyclist, injured during the second Classic Adelaide Rally on Saturday, died in hospital early Monday, police said.

The man, whose name was not released, is the second person to be killed during the rally in as many years. Last year, former Formula One Grand Prix chairman Ian Cocks was killed while competing in the inaugural event.

The motorcyclist collided with a rare 1956 XKSS Jaguar being driven by English auctioneer Robert Brooks in the International Parade Group section of the rally.

Police impounded the million-dollar car, which is on loan from a Dutch museum, while the incident is being investigated.

The four-day rally was won by South Australians Andrew Cavalli and Michael Dale in a Ford Escort RS-1600.