It is with genuine regret that I have to agree with you that the foreign 1,500 c.c. cars are more than a match for our F;.R.A.s.
In common with many others I fondly hoped that 1,400 c.c. racing was “right up our street ” but if the foreigners are so successful at their debut how shall we beat them when they have had a couple of seasons actual racing ? Mr. H. Pratley blames it on lack of enthusiasm towards the E.R.A. Club but before the 1,500 c.c. Formula he would doubtless have blamed the lack of this formula. The Englishman is. certainly ” the world’s best loser “—but look at the practice he gets I am, Yours etc.,
JACK M. REISS.