FERODO AT THE SHOW ifie
Ferodo Ltd. are staging a special exhibit of the new Ferodo Brake Testing Service at Earl’s Court on Stand No. 262 on the first floor, and all who wish to motor fast in safety should not fail to visit this stand.
Two extremely useful pocket-size booklets on the new braking regulations and on the meaning and, interpretation of braking efficiency are being given away at the stand free of charge. You will find them most helpful. Nearly all the famous racing men brake on Ferodo, the latest being Capt. G. E. T Eyston, who is using Ferodo brake and clutch linings on his twin Rolls-Royce engined ” LaudSpeed-Record ” Car, now named “Thunderbolt.”
The Ferodo brai4e lneter.
SCOTTISH SPORTING CAR CLUB
On Saturday, the 18th September, the Scottish Sporting Car Club staged a most entertaining event, J. Flint (FrazerNash-B.M.W.) making the fastest time and breaking the previous record held by J. Flint also on a Frazer-Nash-B.M.W. Flint’s time was 37.2 secs.
Class 1 A (cars up to 1,100 e.e. supercharged) J. IC ‘Weir (M.G.), 40.2s.
Unsupercharged : 0. J. W. Monereiff (Riley Special), 40.2s.
Class 2 A (1,100 0.0. to 1,500 c.c. supercharged) : M. A. Beau (Lea-Francis), 40.68. Unsupercharged : P. C. T. Clark (H.R.0.), 39.7s. Class 3 B (from 1,500 c.o. to 3,000 c.c. unsuper
charged) : J. Flint (Fraser-Nash-B.M.W.), 39.73. Class 4 B (over 3,000 c.c. unsupercharged) : A. K. B.
Clarkson (Ford V-8), 39.48.
Class 5 (racing-oars, any capacity) : J. Flint (Frazer-Nash-B.M.W.), 37.2s.