I agree, and the Puddle Jumper was a logo carried by Ian Raby. The Anglias are certainly Doc Merfield in "105E" and the other is likely to be Chris Craft, as I recall The Autocar talking about a battle of oranges and lemons between those two, although it may have been a bit too far north for his usual exploits. The other Anglia may be Alan Peer or Peter Dalkin. I will see what I can check out.
Having just checked my own records it is Oulton on March 17 1962, the season opener.
The Elva sports is a young Mr Lanfranchi, and the neighbouring 15 is Doug Graham. I only have copies of the pages with my own favoured marque, so I appear to lack the saloon details.
The other Anglia might be Anita Taylor, although I cannot recall her colour scheme
This is where you spend too much time looking for stuff....
Autosport gives a good report, whereas originally I just glanced at Derek Lawson's book, for no real answers. Looking thus at my programme copies again , as the saloons were in race 1, a 5 lap handicap race, we have;
Doc Merfield in a 1340 Anglia, one of the first to put a 109E in the Anglia, followed by K Francis in a Peco Ford Anglia of 997cc. Anita Taylor is in the other Anglia, of 997cc, as the race no. matches, but the car is listed as black in the programme. Anita was joint scratch off plus 1.40", Francis off plus 40secs and the Doc off plus 25secs. Anita put up a brave display for the first 2 laps before being engulfed by faster machines, Derek Astle, ex works AH 3000, overcame Lord Cross in his SP250, to win, with Merfield coming out of the blue to take 3rd, much to the bewilderment of Mr Francis, seemingly.
Jus for the records...
Edited by bradbury west, 31 December 2015 - 13:41.