A suitable case for treatment



Sir, I am indebted to Janet Fellows for her correction to the article on my Morgan (MOTOR SPORT, September 1991). Grahame Walker did indeed win the championship round at Pembrey, driving superbly as he did all season. However. I am sure my good friend Grahame would not mind my mentioning that it was raining stair rods at the time onto a streaming track. These conditions tend to nullify the power advantage of the Class A cars such as mine, when 360 bhp becomes a positive embarrassment! Mrs Fellows also really ought to know that Class B cars are hardly standard, being allowed the same capacity limit of 3.5 litres.

As a postscript to the article, my car went onto win all the subsequent rounds of the Morgan Challenge and net the Class A Championship. In addition it won the Stapleton Trophy race at Silverstone for the third year in succession. A thoroughly enjoyable season was due in no small part to the interest and generosity of the Morgan Motor Company in sponsoring the Morgan Challenge. On behalf of all competitors, thanks Charles.

Colin Musgrove,

Kenilworth, Warwickshire.