I have been inspired by your article Delage Did it Better to enclose a photograph of WF Bradley under a torrid sun. It is a Meurisse photograph from my own collection, and is reputed to have come from Bradley himself. He is pictured during the Targa Florio, and the lady in the car is Madame Junek.
I also read with interest your news on EL Bouts. As you rightly observed, we believe him to be the oldest living 120 mph badge holder.
Rupert Prior, London W1
This photograph must have been taken during the 1929 Targa Florio, when Bradley followed the race in this big Fiat. He was driven by Vincenzo Florio’s personal chauffeur Mario, and accompanied by Madame Junek, who finished fifth in this event in her Bugatti in 1928. Bradley sat in the back with the photographer, to warn Mario when racing cars wished to overtake. WB