STOCK CAR JOURNAL
MAY 1968


ON THE HEATH
By BRIAN WILCOX

  John Cayzer, the newly made up silver top, was out for the first time at Foxhall with his status but seemed a little subdued and only managed to get an 8th in the final. He has certainly got no envious task of starting right at the back of so many good drivers out on that day.

STOCK CAR JOURNAL
NOVEMBER 1968


The Cayzer Family

  We have got brothers, sons and father, father and son, brothers-in-law, but to have one father and three sons all in the same sport must be some kind of record. All four, usually at least three (dad plus two sons), Cayzers always attend the Foxhall meetings. They came over from the Formula 1 promoters without the fanfare that Trevor Frost had, and have built up a very respectable position with one red, two blue and one yellow top. Alan Cayzer has had wins at Foxhall and he and his father are usually well placed at every meeting. I was very pleased to hear that Ron Cayzer, senior, showed them all how to do it when he won the Grand Final at Wimbledon the other week. With the competition at Wimbledon this is really some achievement.

STOCK CAR JOURNAL
NOVEMBER 1968


east anglian commentary
by JOHN EARREY

Cayzer Snr. to the Fore

Previously overshadowed by his “star” graded son Alan, Ron Cayzer is now making the headlines with some terrific performances, notably at Wimbledon where he won two Grand Finals on the trot last month. One very pleasing feature about the Cayzer family, Ron, John, Alan and Peter is the presentation of their cars. Scrutineer Maurry Gowler tells me he has yet to find fault with any of these vehicles and certainly their appearance is always first class. Enjoying their first season with Spedeworth, they help form the backbone on which the sport as a whole survives.