In last month’s article about the cars owned by Sir Ralph Millais, Bt., the impression was conveyed that the Monza Alfa Romeo he had, and which is now owned by Doc. Taylor, was a replica. Although found in chassis form, all the correct parts were located and the car built up as a genuine Monza. It was also stated that Sir Ralph first saw his Le Mans Alfa Romeo at Rob Walker’s garage at Dorking; in fact, he discovered it at the Phoenix Green Garage at Hartney Wintney. Under the heading “Books News” it was announced that H. R. Slater’s history and technical discourse is scheduled for publication in April but the paragraph omitted to say that the subject is the 1750 Alfa Romeo.
Amy Johnson was serving with A.T.A. during the war and not, as we stated in error in reviewing the book about her, with the W.A.A.F.