With reference to your “‘The Bentley D.C.. at Silverstone,” page 9o8. For the record : in the second 5-lap handicap, Langton’s ” Nurburg Frazer Nash ” should read Langton’s’ low-chassis lnrieta. I, unfortunately, do not own a Frazer Nash. Thank you fOr an excellent magazine.
Barnes S. J. LANGroN. * * *
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