it is the mortal remains of a 1922 GP Vauxhaul, one of the greater flops in GP history, as right after the cars were completed the rules changed. This is it Raymond May's life long love affair, that and Peter Berthon or Amherst Villiers. May's details everything he does to make that car go faster and faster and faster in his books. Raymond May's lost the Shelsey Walsh record to Hans Stuck in the ADMR Austro Daimler. He spends the next 10 years trying to reclaim the record (maybe some English person could explain the desire to motor up a drive way fast than anyone else...) Then in one day he breaks the record twice, once with the Vauxhaul and agian with his new ERA.