I am very surprised that you were able to find room in the correspondence columns of MOTOR SPORT for the load of rubbish in the letter from Arthur Hambledon headed “Snap out of it”. In trying to assess the mentality of the man the conclusion must be
that he is writing tongue in cheek for some unknown reason or (b) an idiot. It is open to question whether such an abusive individual is really interested in the cars; I prefer to believe that he reserves his “serious contemplation” for modern Formula One machines So that he Can memorise the advertisements.
Does he seriously imagine that, alter a lapse of six months, his recollect on soothe object would compare vvith the effectiveness Of Li good eolourslide?
Let an hope that he carries out the threat in his last paragraph to “cotmser photographers, when he may receive some good advice in return. Coventry