I am moved and impressed by the sensitivity of Letter from the West Country (Motor Sport, November 1987). I refer to the paragraphs about the forty-years Ferrari reunion.
In all the articles I’ve read about this subject, in other motoring publications, I feel that it must be said that none really spared a thought for the Ferrari deceased as Mr Jenkinson’s piece of journalism did. For me, this writer has “hit the nail on the head”, as it were.
Those two paragraphs will always be uppermost in my mind, when thinking back on this great event.
E Bernie, Wittering, Cambridgeshire
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