Pre-war motor racing will forever be associated with the scent of Castrol-R engine oil, mingled with the fuel fumes of those times. Burnt 'R' is intended, of course, and it wasn't only Castrol who...
The first time I saw a 3 1/2-litre Bentley, the sensation of 1933, was when I was associated with an aviation and motor-racing monthly magazine produced from Brooklands Aerodrome. It was a tourer (...
The VSCC is getting on with a very full fixture-list, and it has occurred to me that whereas driver ability counts for more than the car in driving tests and to some extent in trials, at the Coleme...