Book 2 starts in 1908 with the explosive arrival of the Vauxhall as a competition winning marque in the International Touring Car Trial. The book describes all the subsequent competition cars and their successes. Hillclimbs and Trials wins were complemented by the successes in racing at the new Brooklands track, together with the record-breaking. Vauxhalls' revolutionary introduction of 'wind-cutting' bodywork is fully described. Performances in trials abroad are all recorded; long-distance racing in France becoming an annual Vauxhall exercise, only ceasing when the war intervened. All special competition cars are fully described, as are the events themselves.