Bob Sayle was one of the pioneers of racing in British Columbia, racing a series of low-budget specials that showed a lot of spunk if not style. Not much is known mechanically about the very early ones although they may have been MG or Austin based. They were called, simply, Specials 1, 2, 3 and so on. #I was perhaps the most basic car ever raced in the area, #2 a bit better, and so on. #3 was purchased in 1956 from Jim Rattenbury and a Standard 10 motor installed. Sayle’s last race car, #4, was a front-engined Formula Junior which failed to make an impression in 1960, its only season, but was the most professional looking of his cars.