I adore watching and reading about grand prix racing of the 1970s and ’80s including the turbo era but I am not ignorant of the pre and post-war eras.
So why is it that your fine publication contains errors about today’s drivers and events? Why do you see a Prost driven by Gaston Mazzacane as the Sauber of Kimi Raikkonen? I know F1 today is as exciting as listening to Top Ole Pops in a bad mood, but surely Motor Sport can do better. Do you stay in bed during grands prix?
I AM, YOURS ETC,
Paul Boggan, Lucan, Co Dublin
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