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THE SOUTHSEA M.C. and KENTISH BORDER C.C. TRIALS — V.S.C.C. BISLEY MEETING ONSLOW-BARTLETT’S LATEST TRIALS SPECIAL (including first full description) THE MONTE CARLO RALLY, CLASS-WINNING JUPITER.
LEFT : POINTING THE RIGHT WAY.-1. J. Onslow-Bortlett’s latest air-cooled trials-special, with rear-placed J.A.P. 1,100 c.c. engine, tackling a choice section in the recent Southsect M.C. President’s Trophy Trial. Note the modified Ford Ten suspension. RIGHT : REAR VIEW of the Bartlett-Special. The detuned racing J.A.P. is under the cowling and each exhaust-pipe is of approximately equal length to ensure full efficiency. The engine is purposely set high up to keep its oil-pump clear of rocks and gulleys. Even so, the lower Burgess silencer has been dented on the n-tore severe sections. BOTTOM.—ANOTHER , VIEW of Onslow’s successful triols-cor. The passenger is able to duck out of the way of flying clods, but the intrepid driver already wears a neat mud-mole. Note the single. central headlamp and the filler, which is for the front-mounted petrol tank—there is. of course,
no radiator !
ROUND 11. E GO ! —Even trials cars roll, but this did ,It preVeni Gerry Pen. tonys Cyclops from making best performance by an invited member in the Southsea 11.C.s President’s 7’rophy Trial
F1RS7′-CLASS AWARD was won by II. Clayton, here seen showing contempt for the worst the Southsea M.C. could find, in his
BAD 1,11W. followed I?. U. Faulkner round the Southsea 3I.C. Trial. His new Ford Ten-engilled car had plenty of power but transMission trouble intervened. It also shed its front wings, but finished the
7’1?1′ I NO SOME 7′ II SMALLER than his old Allard these days, ..1. Rumfitt won Class B in the Soullisea
Trial. His passenger assists with some _concentrated, controlled bouncing.
N -7′ II E R CLASS WINNER in the Southsea M.C. Trial Was A. G. Imhof, whose mu id-engined speeinl, here in spirited action on Cow Truck, WITS Tt! inner of the class for large blown and small unblown
EXPECTING RAIN ?—B. II. Dees has the hood of his supercharged Dellato partly erected during the KenliVit Border C.C. Best Cup Trial, in which, he gained a Firstclass Award.
STARK BUT BEAUTIFUL—D.. Denne’s 1912 11-litre. Humber was one of the more “racy” cars at Bisley—see letter on page 132 Of February issue.
WIDE AW AKE.—D. M. Sleep wins a Second-class Award in the Best Cup Trial in his Denim, which, like Dees’, is supercharged, and lost one more made than its rival.
• TWO 3.1 EN IN A PEUGEOT.—Non-competing cars are always an interesting aspect of the Risley parade, and «t the February session we turned the camera loose on this diminutive 7-h.p. Peugeot, of circa 1922 vintage.
AUSTIN SEVEN Sl.1.1.’ESS.—E. C. Davies’ 1929 Austin Seven with the ” Swallow” coachwork that made William Lyons (4 Jaguar famotIN,WM1 the up-to-1 itre vintage-ears class at
W. A. 111EL cranks the 3:6-litre T-head engine of his 1912 Hispano-Sit iza at the commencement of the start-go-fast-goslow test during the Vintage S.C.C.’s Risley frolics.
(‘OX R 5Th .VG T V P Ti, e moderns. were permitted to fraternise with the vintage ears at Risley, and in this and the following picture we see that this wrIg 50.
T. W. M. Slee/e’s 1925 3-litre Bentley is seen in action over the Same course as H. Kemp-Place’s Healey ” Silver
P. Hennessy prepares to try his skill and the prowess of his 1927 4 Invieta in one of the Vintage S.C.C.