RECENT SUCCESSES OVERSEAS.
The following are a number of successes which have been gained by British motorcycles or engines abroad during the past few weeks.
LEvIs. Race meeting at Moonta Speedway, South Australia : Open 350 c.c. Solo Handicap and Open 10 Mile Handicap, E. W. Gray (248 c.c. Levis), first.
RALEIGH. Selangor Hill Climb, Singapore : 250 c.c. Touring, 250 c.c. Sports and 500 c.c. Touring classes, Raleigh machine first.
VELocwrrE. First 350 c.c. event held on the new Neuburg Racing Track near Adenau, Rhineland, won by Ulman on a Velocette.
VILLIERS. Swiss record for the Plying Kilometre (175 c.c. class), broken at Zurich on 18th June by Grandjean, riding an Allegro machine with a 172 c.c. Villiers Super Sports engine. Speed, 118 k.p.h.-73.4 m.p.h.
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