At the risk of being accused of taking a leaf out of Country Life and The Field it seems interesting to look at some of the houses in which racing drivers were born or lived. Some months ago we showed you Paul Court, near Tewkesbury, where Seaman lived when he was not abroad driving for Mercedes-Benz. The picture above shows about one-third, all that is left, of the house where Saunders-Davies lived, and where he apparently farmed some 3,00 acres at Boncath in Pembrokeshire, when he was a successful member of Arthur Fox’s Talbot tram. It was here that he worked enthusiastically on his first 3-litre Bentley, as a young man. Unfortunately he was killed in a road accident after the war.