Mr Murray Walker is a very professional commentator to whom we listen with respect, his name being synonymous with motor sport. He was rightly delighted with Jaguar’s triumph at Le Mans and had much to say about its being a British victory; so wouldn’t it have been possible just to mention in his TV coverage of the race the C2 cars, the winner of this class being very British indeed?
The PC Automotive team, based at Greenwich — Spice car, drivers Piper, lacobelli and Youles — also won with skill, hard work and determination but, and here is the difference, on shoestring sponsorship. How about that Mr Walker?
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