The above, as ever, thought provoker from the pen of WB struck a chord in my consciousness. Can we look forward, in the context of “greenery” to comment on the Equinox programme, quoted in a recent PractIcal Motorist. The message was that in the rather chilly UK catalytic converter is non-functioning for 66% of the time and that engines so fitted are less efficient than a lean-burner, consuming more fuel and pumping out more CO!
So much for the intellectual prowess of all these Cambridge Arts graduates!
Time stands still for veteran Ashley in Historic Formula Ford
Veteran racer Ian Ashley has returned to his roots by entering the Historic Formula Ford Championship. The 62-year-old former Grand Prix driver (left) is campaigning a Lola T200 this season,…
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Letters from readers, December 2016
He was jokin’, Jochen I’m responding to comments Jochen Mass made in your recent podcast. I was employed by Cosworth from 1968-2005, directly involved with engine development, and feel I…