Reading one part of WB’s account of Edward Riddle’s GNs, I realised how glad I am not to be a qualified engineer such as Edward Riddle is. If I had been able to calculate that my Anzani Frazer Nash was aerodynamically incapable of cruising at more than 45 mph, I would have missed out on literally tens of thousands of happy miles of 60-65 mph cruising over the last 30 years!
Rallying call for Eifel event
Organisers of the second Eifel Rallye Festival are aiming for the world’s biggest gathering of ex-works machinery, including Group B cars, for the event in Germany’s Eifel Mountains on July…
Life and death on the open road
Motor racing began with almost unbelievably epic events, often over hundreds of miles of unsurfaced roads. Bill Boddy reminds us of these pioneer feats of town-to-town endurance I find it…
How Halford broke the mould with DIY special
The renowned aero-engine designer gave the works teams of the 1920s a run for their money with his own long-distance racer It was excellent that the famous Halford Special was…