Scot missed out
Your Top 20 Tin-Top Drivers feature In the February edition will no doubt provoke much debate.
I am surprised that Tom Walkinshaw was omitted. From 1982 to '86 he was arguably the fastest ETCC driver of them all. Champion in '84, he would have won the title in '83 too but for a faulty bonnet-retaining clip at the Monza opener. He won 20 races, at a time when the ETCC was...
Racing's balance of power
Rob Widdows' story on the Bentley GT3 (December issue) succinctly makes the case for the Balance of Performance in this class of racing. Without it, there is no way a physically large, 1.6-tonne, front-engined Bentley could ever be competitive with the tiny, 1.2-tonne, mid-engined GTs such as the Ferrari 458.
It was therefore a surprise to read the editorial comment...