Entries for the commemorative run round the Ards T T circuit in Northern Ireland on August 19th continue to come in, the latest being a 1932 Crossley and a Brooklands Riley driven originally by S. C. H. Davis. The Ulster VCC and the Tourist Board are prepared to help with the finances for any genuine T T car travelling from England. E. R. Hall, who finished 2nd in 1934, 35 and 36 in a Derby-Bentley, has agreed to make the journey to Belfast to visit the scene of his epic drives. Further information from Michael Wylie, 17 Massey Park, Belfast, N. Ireland.
Homes of the Racing Drivers
Pictured is the ultra-smart home of Denny Hulme, former World Champion and Can-Am Champion, situated on the outskirts of South London.
A Wind Wagon
One of the attractions at VSCC Colerne and other venues has been the active appearances of Roger Smith's excellent replica ABC-engined propeller-driven rear-axlesteered Leyat saloon cyclecar. I hope we shall…
On the post-war trade boom and our motor industry
THIS miserable war must end sometime. Being a mere motoring enthusiast and not a political journalist I am spared the task of endeavouring to prophesy when an armistice will eventually…