You do less than justice to the V.S.C.C. in your report of their Silverstone Meeting, when you suggest that they were “disinterested” in the Inter-Register race.
In fact, the V.S.C.C. have been most helpful to the Registers with this event, and its billing as an “Inter-Region” contest was quite obviously a printer’s error, as was apparent from the entry forms, which perhaps, sir, you did not see. Printers’ errors are not unknown even in the current edition of your excellent, but not infallible, journal.
G. Liston Young
Hon. Secretary, Fiat Register.
[But no mention of why slow Register cars were competing appeared in the 1962 programme, nor does the commentator deign to explain to the public about their inclusion.—Ed.)
Plugging the gap
The senior Rover 800 saloons and hatchbacks have been doing a wonderful job for British Aerospace's car division in the harsh sales environment of the 1990s. The facelift which edged…
Welcome back, Dover souls
An old favourite is back – and not just swallows fly at Shelsley Walsh It isn’t the most famous corner named Paddock in Kent, but as a showcase for older…
A NOVEL SUGGESTION FOR THE G.P FORMULA
A NOVEL SUGGESTION FOR THE G.P. FORMULA. SIR,—Like many people, the problem of the limitation to be placed on future racing cars has interested me. My suggestion is a mechanical…