This organisation, which provides Club racing for the non-professional drivers of single-seater cars, and especially the amateur “special” builder, continues to gain strength. Their races are open to single-seater cars powered by either a side-valve 1,172-c.c. Ford engine (which may be supercharged, if desired) or a 1,500-c.c. push-rod overhead-valve engine, other limitations are purely with regard to R.A.C. safety and construction rules. Home-built or modified chassis are preferred, but a professional chassis that is not in current production may be used. Up to now their rather limited numbers have meant that they have run in Formule Libre events, as a sub-category, but it would seem that the time is not far off when there will be more than sufficient cars in the entry to justify entirely separate races. The o.h.v. Ford 1500 engine in an ex-Formula Junior or Formula Three chassis seems a popular arrangement, as well as a successful one for Clubmen who want to do single-seater racing. There is no suggestion that this is a poor man’s class of racing, and though some cars have been built for as little as £250, most of the good ones cost around £500 to £600 to build. Further particulars from F.J. Tiedeman, 185, Swakeleys Road, Ickenham, Uxbridge, Middlesex.