Sensationalism

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Sir,
I would like to agree with the Editorial comment concerning the publishing of sensational photographs, where spectators are involved in a crash.
 
Such pictures are in bad taste, and can only bring discredit to the sport. Members of the public, who have never seen a race, and know nothing about the game, are bound to condemn motor racing, if only the sensational side is published.
 
If, by the way, any reader, or even the Editor himself, has a nice, clear photograph of the Richardson-Ferrari crash, in last year’s Grand Prix, at Silverstone, will he kindly let me know, as I was one of the spectators involved!
 
I am, Yours, etc.,
A. Hollister.