THe "DEWAR" TROPHY.

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THE ” DEWAR ” TROPHY.

The Committee of the R.A.C. has awarded the ” Dewar” Trophy for 1925 to the Rover Co., Ltd., Coventry, in respect of a trial of a 14/45 Rover Car. This trophy, which was first awarded in 1906, is given annually by the R.A.C. for the most meritorious performance in a Certified Trial by the Club. The performance which secured the Trophy for Messrs. Rovers was fifty continuous ascents and descents of the well-known Welsh test hill, Bwlch-y-Groes. The hill is about

miles long and has an average gradient of i in 6.99. This is the first occasion since the Trophy was presented that it has been awarded for a Trial which was confined exclusively to hill climbing.

Messrs. Fibrine Sales, Ltd., makers of the Fibermetic Puncture Seal, would like to hear from readers participating in reliability trials especially the London-ExeterLondon run at Xmas.

We understand that the Jubilee Worm Drive water clip is being used by several motor manufacturers and that well-known racing men speak highly of its convenience and efficiency.

SYDENHAM AND DISTRICT MOTOR CLUB.

This club’s colonial trial over a seventy mile course proved a great success and their new discovery, namely a hill in Whitly Forest, turned out to be stiffer than was expected. Rain during part of the event made the course harder still, but despite this three teams survived and the two silver cups were duly awarded. Silver Cup (best performance) … F. E. Mockford, Raleigh. $, (best performance out

side a winning team) L. C. Bentley, B.S.A.

A BARIMAR BOOKLET.

We have received from Messrs. Barimar, Ltd., the scientific welding engineers, an attractively printed booklet, entitled, “Send to Barimar,” which gives details of their various processes which have been elaborated by the company’s engineers for the repair of motor car parts. It is interesting to note that Messrs. Barimar, Ltd., announce that this is demonstration month at the Barimar Factory, and we understand that they have made arrangements to handle a big batch of Demonstration Repairs, to prove that they can handle every class of motor car repair with complete satisfaction to the customer. Full details of this interesting announcement and a copy of the book may be obtained upon application to Messrs. Barimar, Ltd., 14-18, Lamb’s Conduit Street, London, W.C. I.