The magazine is now almost perfect: a distinctive, patriotic cover, great articles and photography, clear layout and legible text.
Just one thing — please don’t run great photos like that of Sir JYS over two pages. It was the same when Playboy changed its binding from staples. You can’t open up the double-page spread to appreciate the photograph!
Chris Holton, by E-mail
Ascari's early years
Ascari was seven when his father was killed in 1925. Such tragedy would put most off racing but it heightened his determination. Motor-cycles tuned his talent and Ascari scored a…
Obituary – Bill Blydenstein
1929-2007 Bill Blydenstein, the famous Vauxhall tuning and cylinder head expert, died on September 11 aged 78. The Dutch-born aeronautical engineer started his racing career in 1958 in a Borgward…
Miramas track in France which was the subject of a leading article in February, is not quite so derelict as we implied, as Cyril Posthumus has reminded us The Kleber-Colombes…