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.
A Fond farewell
Many drivers aren't seen for dust following the final race of the season, particularly when they're about to switch teams. But Senna wasn't like thatThe day after finishing third at…
Agents for Australiasia
Printed by W. MATS & SONS (1919) LTD. •Baurnernouth, and Published by the Proprietors, MOTOR SPORT (1929) LTD. 39, Victoria Street, London, S.W.1. Agents for Australasia : GORDON & GOTCH…
Racing's greatest champion
Some motor sport seasons are defined by intense rivalry, others by one driver’s domination. On an individual level, though, Jim Clark’s 1965 remains unrivalled in terms of its success and…