Roy Salvadori skidded off at Copse Corner, a sharp shower having made the track very treacherous. He quickly reversed, and as he accelerated away M. Sparken in his Maserati rotated and literally chased him. The second picture shows Salvadori anxiously watching the Maserati getting nearer. Salvadori had no sooner got away than Sparken looked up to see an Austin-Healey bearing down on him, so he leaped out and lay down by the side of his car waiting for the crash. He is seen in the third picture raising himself as if to say “Now where’s that one gone to?” He soon discovered, as we can see, that the Austin-Healey, driven by D. S. Shale had come to rest behind him after crumpling its front wing and the Maserati’s tail. As both drivers rapidly examined the damage the other Austin Healey, No. 24, driven by J. Deeley, came into the corner fast, and began to slide towards the two stationary cars. Shale and Sparken made a hasty jump over the safety barrier as the Austin-Healey bore down upon them, but Deeley somehow had the good fortune to miss the cars, and immediately Shale and Sparken leaped over the straw bales into their cars and roared back into the race.