A late-comer with a fine performance: Three-quarter front view of Sqdn.-Ldr. Gray's monoplane. This machine was made from the fuselage of a Bristol Fighter and the top plane of a Fokker D.VII, and was consequently nicknamed the "Brokker."
NEAR THE FINISH: Our photograph shows the Peyret monoplane and Sqdn.-Ldr. Gray's "Brokker" in the air together. Inset, another view of the Peyret. As the machines approached one another the two pilots would wave a cheery greeting and then drift apart once more. In spite of the darkness the machines did not appear to be in any danger of colliding.