Mile Miglia News.
The Mille Miglia continues to be the finest sports car race in the world. NO finer test of men and machines has yet been devised, and its single lap of 1.000 miles puts it above all other races of this category.
Very little alteration is being made this year, either in the circuit or the regulations. The King of Italy has graciously presented a gold medal, which will be awarded to the winner of the general classification. An innovation is a Class for standard unsupercharged sports cars. in which a I ieimt ley, a Lagonda or a Railton would do very well. It is to be sincerely hoped that a repre sentative British entry will be forthcoming this year. The race is well within the scope of any carefully prepared and competently handled sports Car, and the number of classes should give plenty of encouragement to owners of all types and sizes. The prize money amounts to 170,000 lire, and there are cash prizes for
first five finishers in every class, for the first live unblown cars of 1,100 c.c. and 1,500 c.c., the first four-seater saloon, the winning team, and the first forty amateur drivers tO finish.