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In the competitive world of sports journalism it is sometimes hard to give credit where it is due. Editors don’t tend to congratulate rivals on a great story much – we tend to ask why our reporters didn’t get it first. But recently I have seen this magazine’s competitors in the motor racing landscape in a new light. Because it is looking increasingly likely that landscape is about to change beyond recognition.
Autosport, a title that has sat alongside our own on the news-stand for almost 70 years and which I enjoy and admire every week, last month received an unprecedented price hike from £3.99 to £10.99.
LETTERS from READERS, September 1953
LETTERS from READERS N.B.—Opinions expressed are those of our correspondents and "Motor Sport" does not necessarily associate itself with them—Ed.
A four-wheel-drive Austin
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