Articles tagged Allard

Page 49 of December 1967 archive issue thumbnail Page 49, December 1967

Pictorial Review

Riverside G.P. - Spanish G.P. - Mexican G.P. - Brighton Run Canam Assortment.— At Riverside the winner, Bruce McLaren, ina McLaren-Chevrolet is just ahead of the Lola-Ford of Parnelli Jones and Chaparral 2G of Jim Hall. Jones' engine was a 7-litre version of the four-cam Indy Ford unit. Different Types.— Jack Brabham's Formula One works Brabham-Repco V8 being chased by Jackie Stewart's Tyrrell-...

Page 25 of July 1950 archive issue thumbnail Page 25, July 1950

Racing At Whitsun

THE Whit-Saturday Goodwood Meeting of the B.A.R.C. attracted a relatively small crowd, perhaps on account of memories of the Silverstone congestion of a week earlier, possibly because of the Derby. The atmosphere of pre-war Brooklands was most enjoyable and the Sussex constabulary were ready and willing to exercise skill in coping with traffic congestion, should it have arisen. The main...

Page 17 of May 1952 archive issue thumbnail Page 17, May 1952

Self explanatory!

In view of reports that the BRM cars were "withdrawn" from the Valentino Grand Prix at Turin, the BRM Board of Directors wishes it to be understood that no entry for this race was ever lodged. After careful consideration it was realised that participation at Turin would seriously interrupt the scheduled tests.—Bulietin received from BRM. Common sense No doubt hoping to combat the waning interest...

Page 4 of April 1948 archive issue thumbnail Page 4, April 1948

Rumblings

That Film Again The German Motor-Racing Propaganda film, together with George Monkhouse's great colour-films of pre-war Mercedes-Benz and Auto-Union racing, could surely be used to very good effect as publicity for the B.R.M.? We feel, and have felt for a long time, that British motor-racing prospects would improve if a series of lectures by well-known personalities could be given to the general...

Page 4 of January 1949 archive issue thumbnail Page 4, January 1949

Reports of Recent Events

Kentish Border Sporting Trial Thirty-seven competitors started under watery sunshine from the "Spring Tavern," Wrotham Heath. The route embraced four observed hills, one bonus hill, one special test and one timed climb. All competitors got off to a good start, the first two hills and special test offering no difficulties, except to those whose motors were definitely unsuited to reliability trials...

Page 10 of July 1950 archive issue thumbnail Page 10, July 1950

Reports of Recent Events

N.W. LONDON M.C. LAWRENCE CUP TRIAL (May 28th) LAWRENCE CHALLENGE CUP.---W. H. Waring (Dellow). RIPLEY CUP (up to 1,100 c.c.).---C. C. Bold (Bold). WICK CUP (over 2,000 c.c.).---A. E. Rumfitt (Allard). FIRST-CLASS AWARDS.---Hopkinson (Ford-Austin), Cocker (H.C.), Tolman (Betsy) and Spare (Whiteford-Ford). MORGAN THREE-WHEELER CLUB WHITSUN RALLY WHITSUN RALLY CUP (highest total of points).--- R. C...

Page 6 of June 1950 archive issue thumbnail Page 6, June 1950

May Prescott Meeting

Sydney Allard made f.t.d. in 48.36 sec. in the Steyr-Allard. Warburton (Allard) made the best sports-car time, in 52.78 sec., and the "500s" had a rare battle amongst themselves, Lones in the re-vamped and now rear-engined Tiger-Kitten winning in 52.4 sec. from Reece's Cooper (53.49 sec.). Brandon's V-twin Cooper took the 1,100-c.c. racing class in 49.61 sec, from Christie (50.42 sec.). John...

Page 72 of November 2001 archive issue thumbnail Page 72, November 2001

Devoted to speed

Very few car builders have competed in as many different motorsport arenas as Sydney Allard. From trials to drag-racing, he did it all. Bill Boddy recalls a true enthusiast Although Sydney Herbert Allard became a manufacturer of sportscars carrying his name, he was first and foremost an enthusiast who enjoyed all forms of competition driving. Born in 1910 in the London suburb of West Norwood, he...

Page 34 of July 1950 archive issue thumbnail Page 34, July 1950

Allard Victory In U.S.A.

Tom Cole, an Allard "J12" fitted with Cadillac engine in a club meeting at Westhampton Airport, U.S.A., recently won the 30 miles race and was second to a Ferrari in the 100 miles event. . The results were: 30 miles race: 1st. Allard "J2"; 2nd, Ford Special; 3rd, XK Jaguar.

Page 5 of March 2004 archive issue thumbnail Page 5, March 2004

Special request

Sir, The news concerning changes to the Goodwood Revival brought to mind a thought I had several years ago when Lord March started the event. This concerned a class catering for the Specials which constituted a large percentage of the entries at Goodwood and many other tracks around the country. I believe there are enough Specials — Riley, MG, etc — to make for a very interesting field. Many of...

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