Jeremy Bacon is back in this country, with an interest in a vintage Rolls-Royce and still in possession of his Palladium light car. We hear that a replica of the Felix Scriven racing Austin 20 “Sergeant Murphy” may be ready for VSCC events next year, built by a family which has restored a number of now immaculate vintage Austin cars. At Christie’s recent auction sale the most important item was a 1910 Type XI Bleriot monoplane, the only known example still flying regularly anywhere in the World. Joseland’s Frazer Nash which we described last month as “Terror II” is in fact “Terror III”. Blackwood’s Magazine for September contained a reference to the Dynasphere at Brooklands in a semi-fictional piece by Norman Hinton and a splendid account of test flying Gloster Gamecocks and other aeroplanes at Farnborough by Air Vice-Marshal R. L. Ragg.