The V.S.C.C. Measham Trophy Rally (Jan. 2/3)

As the provisional results published last month were apparently incorrect, we are including the revised results, for the record:

The Measham Challenge Trophy: J. E. Barraclough (Bentley).

The Jeddere Fisher Trophy: D. Hodgson (Austin).

Frazer Nash Award: Dr. L. J. Stretton.

Best Class Performances: W. B. G. Fletcher (Alvis), Dr. D. P. Harris (Frazer Nash).

First Class Awards: R. L. Heath (Alvis), N. Arnold-Forster (Frazer Nash), L. J. Stretton (Fraser Nash), J. F. Organ (Lagonda), P. G. Cole (Bentley), M. Bromley-Johnson (Jowett).

Second Class Awards: L. J. Wickham (Alvis), N. R. Buckle (Lancia), C. R. Pack (Bentley), H. Jarrett (Riley), P. W. Abbott (Bentley), K. M. Hill (A.J.S.).

Third Class Awards: C. A. Winder (Austin), F. E. Day (Bentley), A. C. M. Millar (Lea-Francis), S. R. Waine (B.M.W.), S. Scott (Riley), A. J. Merrick /Riley).

Historic Commercial Vehicle activities.—The H.C.V.C.'s Brighton Run will take place on May 2nd, starting from the Museum of British Transport in Clapham High Street, London, S.W.4. This Museum is holding a special Opening Day on April 11th, from 10 a.m. to 5.30 p.m., when many special attractions will be laid on. Admission costs 5s. for an adult, 2s. 6d. for a child, parties of ten admitted for the normal cost of nine, if booked prior to April 3rd. (Tel.: Macaulay 3241.)

Discoveries.—This month's bag includes an Essex back axle and wheels, a 1927 Morris-Cowley power unit, a 1925 Lea-Francis in scrapyard in Wiltshire, four rough Austin Rubies, some Rolls 20 wheels and tyres, and an Austin 10/4 saloon in running order. Data is sought about a 1931 Singer Junior and 1932 Wolseley Hornets (two readers). Letters can he forwarded.