"Interest: As the rear wheel of his Bugatti leaves him at sixty miles per hour, Mr. Raymond Mays seems interested and of fear - he shows not a trace. The Bugatti dragged to a stop without spilling or injuring its driver."
Original photo from 1924, this example and caption from 1930 (International), and now believed to be in the public domain.)
This photo shows Raymond Mays in a Bugatti Bresia (Type 13), which he named "Cordon Bleu," at the Caerphilly mountain hill-climb at Cardiff, Wales in 1924. The hill-climb took place here from 1907 to 1924 when motor racing on British roads was no longer sanctioned by the Royal Automobile Club.
Raymond Mays, August 1, 1899 – January 6, 1980 was involved in automobile racing and automobile production for the majority of his life. He was the British Hill Climb Champion in 1947 and 1948 and he won the Brighton Speed Trials in 1946, 1947, 1948, and 1950. He retired from competitive driving in 1950. More information about his life can be found here