On May 26th the Standard Register stages its annual gathering at Gamecock Barracks, Bramcote, near Nuneaton, and also plays host to other surviving pre-war Coventry-made cars. The Herbert Museum, Coventry, are expected to field four or five of their interesting cars, including a 1932 SS I Coupé, 1911 Daimler, 1908 Riley, 1910 Swift and possibly a 1910 Maudslay or 1927 Humber and it is hoped to demonstrate their Monaco-winning Lotus-Climax Formula One car which was the last Climax engined car to win a Grand Prix. Gamecock Barracks are now the home of the Junior Leaders Regiment, Royal Artillery, and their Gun Museum will be open to visitors. Bramcote was once a Royal Naval Air Station, and is still an emergency landing strip, so an invitation has been extended to the Vintage Aircraft Group (within the Popular Flying Association) to arrange a “fly-in,” weather permitting, and half-a-dozen pre-war light aircraft are expected to appear. Details from: J. R. Davy, The Standard Register, c/o., Standard-Triumph Sales Ltd., Fletchamstead, Coventry.