Ev's 'blog

F1, 1957
There was a rather poignant article in the Guardian last week in their 'that's me in the picture' section, written by the wife of Ferrari driver Peter Collins (in the beanie). The other driver was killed in an accident shortly after the photograph was taken. Peter Collins was killed a year later, three weeks after winning the British Grand Prix in 1958. His wife, Louise King (in the middle of the photograph) was married to him for only eighteen months, yet writes "it was the most joyous time. He was a wonderful man: a brilliant driver with a brilliant spirit. I feel so lucky to have been part of his life". Read the rest of the short article here. It was a very different era to today.


So. Rather than leave everything to Facebook and all the anoyances that entails I have ditched my account and turned my old site into a blog. There are some rather old overviews of my past work, a few random pages on my interests and, by default, whatever random stuff I've felt like posting.

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