the only man to win both motorbike and Formula 1 car racing titles. Now MotorSport Vision, the company that runs the championship, has until 15 August to check the identical 400 brake- horsepower cars ahead of the next races at Donington. Each of the 1.8 litre Audi engine cars should have a wheel tether, similar to F1 cars, to keep the wheel in place, says the FIA Institute for Motor Sport Safety. The investigation by the Motor Sports Association is expected to examine if the tether on Mr Clarkes car failed. Allan Dean-Lewis, the associations head of external affairs, said: Any cars involved in an incident are inspected. He added: The investigation will look at all aspects related to the accident. Henry Surtees started racing aged eight and by 11 had progressed to 125cc. He was tipped as a future champion after his rapid rise in Formula 3. MotorSport Vision is run by ex-Formula 1 driver Jonathan Palmer. He did not return requests for a comment. London Lite Monday, 20 July 2009 13 Safetyprobe as a flying wheel kills F1 stars son High-speed tragedy: a wheel goes flying across the track, then Surtees, circled, is hit on the head and his car careers into the crash barrier ...applecocktails Tamarai YOU can also go ape for apples at this swish cocktail bar right in the heart of Covent Garden. On its impressive list of drinks is its trademark fruity cocktail, an apple and green tea daiquiri (9), which comes with Havana Club Anejo Blanco, green tea cordial, apple liqueur and lime. A perfect summertime tipple thats as refreshing as they come. 167 Drury Lane, WC2 (020 7831 9399) ChriS Beanland Read1,ooosofpubandrestaurant reviewsandbookonlineat thisislondon.co.uk/lite myTH NO, im not drunk and i didnt hit the caps lock by mistake -- mytH really is spelt like this. But youll forgive the grammatical oversight when you taste the brilliant apple cocktail this swanky Brixton bar serves up. its signature mytH cocktail (6.50) is a delicious mixture of Finlandia vanilla vodka, amaretto, fresh blackberries, lime, almond syrup, apple and mint. 123 Acre Lane, SW2 (020 7274 1787) Drinktonight Star of the future: Henry Surtees, killed yesterday SAFETY checks on the entire Formula 2 fleet may take place following an inves- tigation into the death of driver Henry Surtees at Brands Hatch. The 18-year-old was knocked unconscious when he was struck on the head by a wheel that flew off the car of fellow competitor Jack Clarke as they drove at 140mph. His car then collided with a crash barrier in the accident yesterday. The rising star was taken to the Kent circuits medical centre and later trans- ferred to the Royal London Hospital by helicopter, where he died last night. Henry was the son of John Surtees, 75, by maRk blunden 1 2 3 H index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html