COACHWORK COMPETITION RESULTS. (In each class (a) signifies over 16 h.p. (b) 10 h.p. to 16 h.p. (c) up to 10 h.p.)
Class 1. Open two-seaters.—(a) M. L. Curtis (Ford) ; (b) Mrs. N. A. Moss (Mareudaz Special) ; (c) W. Waddicor (Riley).
Class 2. Open tour-seaters. (a) 1-1. E. Symons (Siddeley Special); (b) 1st, G. W. Olive (Standard Avon) ; 2nd, T. C. Mann (Lagonda) ; (c) 1st, J. M. Archer (Lanchester); 2nd, P. S. Barnes (Singer).
Class 3. Two-door two-seater coupes.—(a) E. Ainsworth (Standard Avon) ; (b) Mrs. G. Daniell (A.C. Ace); (c) F. R. G. Spikins (Singer).
Class 4. Occasional tour-seaters and two-doer sports saloons.—(a) 1st, S. Harris (Rolls-Royce); 2nd, Major N. Stewart-Dawson (R olls-R oy(c) ; (b) 1st, S. B. Wilks (Rover) ; 2nd, Miss I,. M. Roper (Armstrong Siddeley) (c) C. J. Joyce (Crossley). Class 5. Four-door sports saloons.—(a) 1st, C. W. Ward (Rolls-Royce); 2nd, F. Bilton (RollsRoyce) ; (b) 1st, F. Gordon Crosby (Riley) ; 2nd,
D. Pamphlett (Talbot) ; (c) 1st. Mrs. R. Gough (Riley); 2nd, Lt.-Col. A. M. “Wilkinson (Crossley).
Wass 6. Full saloons, limousines, landattlets and coupes de ville.—(a) G. E. Stott (Daimler) ; (b) 1st, R. W. Cracknell (Daimler); 2nd, W. G. 1KcIlinnies (Armstrong Siddeley); (c) 1st, Miss M. E. Mein (Lanchester); 2nd, Miss P. Naistnith (Standard).
Royce). Champion car over 16 h.p.—C. W. Ward (Rolls Champion car, 10 h.p. to 16 B. Wilks
(Rover). Champion car up to 10 h.p.—C. J. Joyce (Crossley)