* Sir, With reference to the report of the meeting at Birmintdiam under the chairmanship of Raymond Mays, I myself feel Coy! inued on page 52
very strongly that if anyone is willing to exert his energies to the furtherance of British motoring Sport in the post-war world then they deserve the support— and not the gibes—of all true enthusiasts.
Most people, I think, fully realise that many things in this country will have to undergo drastic changes if we are to achieve the post-war ideals for which we are supposed to be fighting, and it is certainly about time that something really constructive is done to raise motoring Sport in this country to a decent level after the war. Exactly how this is to be done is a big problem, but it is obviously only by trying to en-ordinate the views of all those interested that anything will be achieved.
I feel sure that there is no one with the interests of British motor racing more genuinely at heart than Raymond Mays —his record of activities proves this ; and myself and my Service friends welcome this movement on his behalf for the furtherance of the Sport which means so much to us, and we are only too willing to give our support and help in any way that we can. I am, Yours, etc.,
R.A.F. PATRICK GREEN (Cpl.).