On about a monthly basis I get the Eastern Counties Motor Club’s Historic Review. The recent edition is quite interesting as it covered some historical racing at one of their regional race tracks at Snetterton.
I was particularly interested because the main race was won by a driver in a Sadler race car. Sadler race cars were built in Canada in St. Catharines, Ontario in a small race shop run by a young Canadian engineer, Bill Sadler. Sadler built and drove a few very good race cars, then abruptly gave up racing, went back to school to study electrical engineering, graduated from the prestigious Massachusetts Institute of Technology (M.I.T.) with a Masters in electrical engineering then went to work in the aeronautical industry for years.
A Sadler Race Car
I have attached the latest Eastern Counties Motor Club’s Historic Review. Just click on the attached pdf file below.