An article on my 2.9-litre Grand Prix Maserati was published in the March, 1951, number of Motor Sport.
In this article I stated that in September 1935, F.E. Clifford “entered it for the British Grand Prix at Donington, but unhappily he took the hairpin too fast, motored into the rough, and stayed there.”
I have since heard that F.E. Clifford did no such thing. He neither entered it, nor drove it in that race.
I would be grateful if you would publish this correction.
I am, Yours etc.,
John Crampton (Sqn. Leader)
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