J.B. Kent and Gerald Smith built their 500 in early 1952. It featured a tubular frame, wishbone and coil spring front suspension and swing axle with rubber at the rear. Powered by a Norton engine the driver was positioned well forward. Pannier fuel tanks were used and the chassis was lower than was usual, leaving the driver sitting on, rather than in the car. Gerald did the driving and achieved some respectable results, for a special during part of '52 and though '53, the highlight being an eighth in the Grand Prix support race at Silverstone in July.
Sadly, Gerald would loose a leg after crashing the streamlined Arnott at Montlhéry in July of 1954.
Gerald Smith joins in the swing axle v wishbone debate in Iota, February 1953
Some known results:
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