Among the smaller clubs, the Invicta CC has its Invicta News, July's issue containing an interesting article by Lord O'Neill on owning Lagonda and Invicta cars, the latter S62, the low-chassis 4½-...
If the above heading had appeared in 1926 it would have been topical. For that was when the great Turin company gave up motor racing. It was a shock to those who knew of Fiat's early victories and...
At the Goodwood festival of speed the VSCC's soapbox, which Tim Gunn drove down the hill, got the prize for the device most in keeping with the spirit of the event. What will they think of next? It...
A reader sent me a jolly drawing of a Cottin et Desgouttes, asking if I know this make. I do, but it is worth recalling these cars, made from 1905 at Lyon, with showrooms in Paris. They were less...
Important forthcoming VSCC fixtures include the Hawthorn Trophy race meeting at Silverstone on August 26, which features, apart from racing cars up to 1960, an aerial display of WWII aeroplanes to...
Many VSCC members and those with aero-engined car affections should be glad to know that at last the mansion at Bridge near Canterbury which was once the home of Count Louis Zborowski is being...