The 1925 Season and our Policy.
As the organisers of many of the Motoring Clubs are busy just now in formulating their programmes and working policies for the coming season, perhaps it may be well if we join them in their reflections.
The sporting motorist in general is asking himself what he is going to do about it—to use a colloquialism— and in the endeavour to share the problems and aspirations of our readers, we repeat the question to ourselves.
“What are we going to do about it ? ” First of all, we are trying to come out to time with our issues ; that, of course, is most essential, and we may assure our readers that every plan has been made to keep up to this aim.
Expressed on broad lines, our policy will be dictated by the wishes of our readers The BROOKLANDS GAZETTF, is the organ for the sporting motorist, and while making no attempt to encroach upon the spheres of the excellent journals concerned with motoring generally, feel that some of our monthly reviews of current events may find a place in the literature of the pastime.
The “Sugary Trifles.”
We have been called over the coals by one of our readers, who in the correspondence columns of this issue suggests that descriptions of cars are a “superfluity.” While this appears to be entirely a matter of opinion, we are quite ready to accept the expressions of our readers on the subject ; but on the face of it, one would suppose that there are a number of our readers who may not have had the opporttmity of becoming acquainted with the intimate details of modern sporting cars and who desire some first-liand information concerning their various performances. All the cars
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