If, as stated in Pictorial Review last month, Mike Spence won the Lavant Cup race at Goodwood in a Willment-B,R.M., can you please explain how he changed cars during the middle of the race, and did Mike Beckwith have fun in the Parnell-B.R.M.?
Your magazine is dangerous! Whenever I take a copy to school, I get almost torn to pieces by enthusiasts who want to read it!
Beaconsfield. Geoffrey Arnold (aged 15).
(Error regretted, but schoolboys can nearly always put us right! I hope this will not suggest to a certain American journalist that we write only for schoolboys, however! My apologies to Parnell and his mechanics.—Ed.]
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