WHY NOT RACE AT PARIS?
READERS who have shunned the idea of racing abroad on the score of expense, will be interested to know that G. T. Symons and Co., 4, Lloyds Avenue, E.C., are prepared to transport boats, engines and equipment, and so forth, from London to
Paris at an inclusive charge of not more than four guineas each way.
At Paris the boats can be lowered into the water and run under their own power to Herblay where the forthcoming meeting is to be held.
There are one or two simple formalities to be observed when taking a boat to France, including a Permis de Navigation for the run down the Seine. The Herblay meeting takes place on July 14th-17th, and we shall be pleased to give readers full particulars of all regulations and so forth upon application to this office.
IT'S GOOD TO BE AT BROOKLANDS AGAIN!
IT'S GOOD TO BE AT BROOKLANDS AGAIN A PLEASANT OPENING TO THE B.A.R.C. SEASON. SOME INTERESTING NEW CARS AND ONE OR TWO CLOSE FINISHES. SURFACE IMPROVEMENTS TO THE TRACK. BRooKLANDs!…
Exciting V.S.C.C. Meeting at Luton Hoo
Walker (E.R.A.) Wins £75 Prize. Poore's 3.8-litre Alfa-Romeo Makes F.T.D. on Extra Run. The Vintage S.C.C. ran a successful, if autumnal, speed trial over the exciting 1 1/2-mile course at…
Rally Review, February 1979
The 1979 International Calendar By the time this issue of Motor Sport appears five international rallies will have been held in 1979, including the first qualifier of the World Championship,…