Dear CRI was looking forward to the next Classic Racer after unsuccessfully finishing the crossword, which if I admit, was a rather difficult one to complete. A few years back I used your mag andRead more
Top Tux – what a great story
Dear CRI’ve just read the great article on Neil Tuxworth. I thought I knew about Neil, but what an informative article about a truly exceptional man! To have survived the crash injuries (which I neverRead more
Cross word about the crosswords!
Dear CRFirstly can I thank you for introducing a crossword competition to the magazine, albeit with rather easy questions; surely everyone loves a quiz especially when a prize is on offer… However, although you giveRead more
Great article on Mack the master
Dear CRReally enjoyed the Niall Mackenzie article in the latest issue of Classic Racer – it reminds me very much of my times following Grand Prix racing in the 1980s and 90s and latterly theRead more
LINE DRAWINGS BOOK!
Dear CR Just a line to remark upon the wonderful line drawings by Mike Ofield: they really are superb! My feeling is that perhaps they should be incorporated into some sort of book or collectedRead more
Dear CR Oh come on! What is this BS about ‘Little Loris’ Capirossi and how great he was… he was one of the most arrogant racers of his generation! Does anyone recall what he didRead more
Dear CR I found it interesting to read the informative letter from Raymond Ainscoe in issue 204 and his view on the Joey Dunlop feature that: “Estonia IS not so obscure.” I’m not so sure.Read more
Dear CR How about a series of columns from a variety of racers in the classic arena: think of the old boys who have raced and are still racing… One that springs to mind isRead more
Dear CR Late last year, my friend of over 60 years, James ‘George’ Ward lost his long, brave battle with cancer. George was an enthusiastic club racer in the 1960/70s. His first mount was aRead more
Forgotten men of racing?
Dear CR I am writing to correct some comments made by your contributor Mr Cathcart in his test on the EMC, issue 201. He says that Ewald Kluge won the 1938 Lightweight TT, the firstRead more