In December 2012, I visited the Hotel Panamerica, Buenos Aires, to see a Juan Manual Fangio exhibition that had cars, trophies, gloves and one of the great man’s helmets.
Currently Argentina and the UK are not on friendly terms and to young Argentine people it has always been that way. I showed several of them the 2011 Motor Sport issues which documented that Fangio proudly had a Falkland Islands driving licence.
Once the young folks read and translated the English they realised the situation between the two nations had once been far better than it has for the last 30 years. I hope the copy they made of your short notes is distributed. Robert Rowland, Indiana, USA
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