Knowing there'll always be an England while there's a country lane and an antique car to run along it, 2 million Britons last week turned out to watch the annual parade of ancient cars from London to Brighton (they are shown here crossing Westminster Bridge). In Moscow's Red Square, however, Russian drivers were looking to a triumphant future at a public unveiling of homemade Soviet racing cars.
A GAGGLE OF VENERABLE GAS BUGGIES, ALL BUILT BEFORE 1905, HAUGHTILY PASS BIG BEN IN THE LONDON-TO-BRIGHTON RUN
TWO OF RUSSIA'S BURGEONING CADRE OF 80 RACING AUTOMOBILES GLISTEN IN FRONT OF MOSCOW'S ST. BASIL'S CATHEDRAL