A Renault Correction Sir,
Sir, From the lion. E. G. Greenall It was moSt interesting reading your article “Random Renault Recollections” in the March 1975 is-sue, concerning the two Renault 45 owned by the Greenall brothers. My untie, Gilbert Greenall, in fact bought an open Renault from Sir Henry Segrave. He was an Officer in the Life Guards, stationed at WindOr Barracks, It was he who got killed in Windsor Great Park. I’vty father,
Edward Greenall, also had a closed Renault 45 at the $3111e. time, which he mild shortly after his brother’s fatal accident.
I hope that the above clears the matter up. Jersey E. G. GREENALL
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