I was very interested to read, in the May issue of Motor Sport, the interview with Max Mosley. and in particular his comments about enthusiasts and Formula One I hope that it has also been read by the small army of volunteer enthusiasts who marshall at the British Grand Prix.
Could Mr Mosley explain just what facilities the Grand Prix pays for so that we can enjoy them all year? The trackside housing estate which makes it impossible to see any racing from the paddock, perhaps? The wire fences criss-crossing the paddock. which must take anyone unfortunate enough to have been an inmate of Stalag Luft III right back to 1944? Or maybe even the new Silverstone starting lights, carefully positioned so as to be all but invisible from the back of a long grid on the Club circuit?
I await his reply with interest.
Droitwich Spa. BOB WATT Worcs.