FEMININE PIONEERING

FEMININE PIONEERING

Sir,

On the subject of the first. lady .cornpet itor in motor-racing, Mr. ScottMonerieff asks if there is any further advance on Madame Walter (1(102). 1 do not. think she was by any means the first. Gerald ROW records that a Madame Laumaille rode in de Dion tricycle in the Marseille-Nice race of 1898. At OW end of the first day -she had nut& the best motor-cycle time. 011 Hir strain iii day torrential rain fell, almost flooding the roads. III addition, Madinat' Lattinaille Was delayed by trouble with. her pedalling gear. Nevertheless, she finislied fourth in her class. I ant, Yours, etc., Windsor. M. VAUGHAN,