I have just read your account of driving the Sebring Frazer Nash at Goodwood. I wonder if you knew that Dickie Stoop flew with us at Westhampnett in early 1941, 610 Squadron being based on the site of the paddock.
When Douglas Bader had the perimeter track built we were the first to race around it in our our MGs and felt we’d made some sort of record when we drove the Sebring at Le Mans where we had the 2-litre class lead until Dickie pranged it.
I am, yours, etc. Tony Gaze, Victoria, Australia