What on earth possessed you to describe the 1982 Monaco Grand Prix as one of the best ever in your January edition?
Speaking as one who paid good money to be there, I can barely describe the disappointment as one clown after another failed to get to the flag. If I’d wanted to see a farce, it would have been rather cheaper not to say more entertaining to have gone to the West End where, if memory serves, No Sex Please, We’re British was playing.
I am, yours, etc. Giles Newton, Llanishen, Monmouthshire
Brief Specification. Engine : 4 cyl. 60 mm. x 95 mm. bore and stroke, 1,075 c.c. Rating 8.9 h.p. Tax £9. 2-bearing crankshaft mounted on ball and roller journal bearings.…
A rather unusual book of fascinating content was published last year on the subject of motor-car advertising. The history of this particular PR activity was lavishly illustrated therein, with a…
Cars in books, October 1976
Not much this time, although a reader has drawn my attention to "Present Indicative" in which the actor-author Noel Coward refers to meeting a Russian Prince in Cincinnati in 1920…