We had a parade of historic racing cars at a big Silverstone meeting three years ago and the V.S.C.C. holds its own races for such cars, but it is high time the race-going public at a big meeting saw a short contest between the faster Edwardian racing cars and those of the early and mid-1920s. These fine cars seem to come to no harm during such races and are a stirring sight in action. The Daily Express seems to have “missed the boat” with such a race at its mixed meeting of May 9th, but could not a contest of this kind precede the British Grand Prix at Silverstone on July 18th, or perhaps be included at one of John Morgan’s excellent Goodwood meetings? — W.B.