And So Say All of Us
I have been a reader of your excellent magazine for some years. I have followed the various attempts to produce a world-beating Formula 1 car. We now have one, bravo Vanwall!
Mr. Tony Vandervell has gained a great deal of prestige for this country in general, and the British motor industry in particular.
Is it right for one man to bear the cost of the whole enterprise?...
A talk with Brian Hart
Many people enter the world of motoring sport on a wave of sheer enthusiasm and sustain their passion by a "spare time" involvement. Others find the world to be so compelling and fascinating that it soon becomes their full-time occupation and this sort of commitment takes many different forms, be it the active participation of a driver, the role of an inquisitive journalist...
[By means of which the Continental Correspondent, while he is motoring abroad, keeps in touch with the Editor.]"Mont Ventoux has remained unchanged . . ."
Dear W. B.,
The other day I had an afternoon's journey to make on a French Autoroute, and not being in a particular hurry I decided to make the experiment of cruising at a very controlled 80 m.p.h. to see what cars overtook me. It was most...