Contents, September 1955

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Matters of Moment … Page 515
Fixtures for September … Page 516
Continental Notes … Page 517
Club News … Page 520
A VW Occasion … Page 521
Swedish G.P. … Page 524
Snetterton International … Page 527
Racing and the Catalogue Car … Page 530
A.M.O.C. Silverstone. ETC. … Page 535
Bentley D.C. Silverstone. ETC. … Page 536
Nine-Hour Race, Goodwood …Page 538
Pictorial Review … Page 539
Karlskaga Race Meeting … Page 543
Crystal Palace … Page 545
Book Reviews … Page 547
Lisbon G.P. … Page 549
Rumblings … Page 553
V.S.C.C. Silverstone. ETC. … Page 554
Letters from Readers … Page 555

Front cover picture: Hold Her! — Hawthorn leaves the short straight on the Crystal Palace circuit in winning form at the wheel of Stirling Moss’ well-used Maserati, which on this notable occasion won its first race.