interesting in the “off season,” I know very well that when the season arrives you will only have to sdrt out the high class information, and add two or three of those wonderful articles, and you will have a book which any motoring sportsman cannot do without.
Starting from the first issue I can see how you have gradually found out what is wanted, and on the arrival of my March issue I cannot help but write and tell you how satisfied I am.
Wishing you every success in the future. Yours faithfully,
Kingston, H. L. THOMPSON.
The 1,000 Kilometers of Francorchamps
A Nice Race Spa, Belgium, May 7th In spite of the attempts of World Championship Grand Prix driver Jackie Stewart to sabotage the event (see Continental Notes) the 1,000 kilometre…
Letter: "Baladeur" responds to W. Boddy
Sir In his reply to my review of his book, "The Story of Brooklands", Mr. Boddy raises an interesting point with regard to the dimensions of the engine of the 1913 Grand…
FOR WORLD'S RECORDS
FOR WORLD'S RECORDS DETAILS OF THE A.J.S. SPECIAL A',THOUGH for some time it has been common practice in the car world to build special machines for attacks on the land…