noise and steam, with the "old crocks's"

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noise and steam, with the “old crock’s” race for 25 year olds (or older). A goodly turnout of machinery met the eye varying from the oldest motor propelled carriages to quite fast motors like Martin’s 1905 Mercedes. This car was described and tested this year by MoToR SPORT and was found to be a most inspiring monster. However, it was too heavily handicapped to do anything this time in spite of its speed, so R. Livesey on a 1903 Rover

was left to collect the spoils. The race was over 2 laps of the mountain course.

So ended a good meeting with the hope that Sir Henry Birkin will find that odd mile-am-hour soon, and that Mrs. Stewart will have better luck with her engine another time.