The things WE said. . . .
"Without detracting in the least from Nuvolari's magnificent performance, it can safely be said that if Fagioli's pit-work had been as well organised as that of the Alfa Romeo drivers, he would have undoubtedly won the race. But then pit-work is all part of the game, and Alfa Romeo fully deserve their victory." Motor Sport reporting the 1932 Italian Grand Prix, which shows that our views on pit-stops in Grand Prix races were no different then than they are today — as expressed in this month's "Matters Of Moment". — W.B.