Hamish Moffat may well have been both a host and a competitor at the Brescia weekend as described in the September Motor Sport, but the photo was miscaptioned. That was Rodney Felton’s Type 13, not Moffat’s.
Among the spectators in the background are Hugh Conway and Sandy Greene who came all the way from Wellesley, Mass., USA to see the fun.
R.W.”Bill” Leith, Jr., Dedham, Mass. USA.
Cars in books, January 1972
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