The editor lunches with a well-known "Bentley Boy" and Brooklands Outer-Circuit driver
"Jack and Clive Dunfee were the tall, good-looking sons of Col. Vickers Dunfee, C.B.E., a well-known figure in the City, where he was responsible for the creation of the City of London Police Reserve, and became its Commandant. . . . W. O. Bentley, in his Autobiography (Hutchinson, 1958).