Congratulations on the fascinating article on 500cc racing that appeared in your May issue.
May I bring to the attention of your readership the fact that the 500cc movement is very much alive and kicking today and for anyone who has a car or who has found an old chassis and is contemplating a rebuild, the 500 Owners Association are only too pleased to help in anyway possible.
In addition to the natural interest in the history and authenticity of the cars, full race, sprint and hill climb championships are organised every year and on the hills in particular 500’s represent one of the biggest and most competitive classes.
Daventry ANDREW GARNER (Letters will be forwarded — Ed)
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