Last week I wrote on F1 drivers coming from the rear of the field and winning. One of the best was John Watson who made up 22 places in a U.S. Grand Prix West in Long Beach harbor. But that pales into insignificance, compared to a Frenchman who won a Paris-Madrid race by passing several cars. Just how many did he pass? I suggested guess first then do your research. I said you will be surprised.
So to this week. I’d like you to identify a British car which began manufacture in 1959. Enormously popular. Blistering top speed of 120 km/h. No locks, no boot lid and no real windows. Enough clues!