“The Jaguar which won at Reims.” writes our Continental Correspondent, ” was entered by Peter Whitehead. Originally he was going to run his own 120C but changed to a works car on Coventry trade plates before practice started. Morris-Goodall and ‘ Lofty ‘ England were in the pit.” He also confirms that the Le Mans Lancias had V6 engines, not V8 engines as stated in his report. * * *
Those readers who require a complete introduction to the mechanical aspects of the modern car can hardly do better than acquire a copy of The Autocar Handbook, of which over 325,000 copies have been sold since it was first published in 1906. A new, copiously illustrated, edition, running to 216 pages (5f in. by 9 in.), has just appeared, modestly priced at 75. 6d.—W. B.