CHANGE OF POSITION

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CHANGE OF POSITION •

Mr. R. Gaspar has resigned • his position as Managing Director of the Vale Engineering Co., Ltd., and has acquired premises at 7, Chesham Mews., Belgrave Square, S.W.1. He will continue at this address to specialise in the sale of high-grade second-hand sports cars. Mr. W. F. Joshua, who held the position of works manager at the Vale Engineering Co., Ltd., has joined Mr.

Gaspar at this address and will continue to give advice on Vale Specials and to undertake their tuning and service. The telephone number is Sloane 8332.

A NEW RELAY RACE REGULATION

Owing to complaints to the effect that starting cars from cold in the L.C.C. Relay Race led to serious mechanical troubles, B. and C. cars in this year’s race will be allowed one mechanic per

car in the relay paddock and they may be started by the handle, starter-motor, or by jacking up and turning one of the rear wheels. Pushing will not be allowed. Each mechanic will be permitted, however, to have in his possession a box of plugs. Only the mechanics will be allowed in the relay paddock. Amongst the teams is likely to be three Speed Twenty Alvises, entered by Charles Follett.