I would appreciate it if you could correct an error that occurred in the article on “Those Dragster Duels.” The “big Pontiac sedan cut down to form an impressive pick-up” was in fact a re-worked 1959 Plymouth Suburban Estate on loan from the British Hot Rod Association and was used to push-start Dante Duce’s Mooneyes dragster and not Mickey Thompson’s Aluminium Special. This pick-up was supplied free of charge at all the tracks during the time the American dragsters were in this country.
V. Outen, Press Secretary,
British Hot Rod Association.
"The FIA, as well as learning how to measure barge boards, needs to differentiate between fighting for position and deliberate obstruction"
IN 1966, when the Lancia factory started to spread the activities of its competitions department, two Fulvias came to Britain to tackle the RAC Rally. In the hands of Ove…
Sir, Might I be allowed to correct one or two inaccuracies in the otherwise excellent article on my friend Anthony Blight's Fox and Nicholl Talbots, published on Page 613 of…