Articles tagged Aston-Martin

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Letters from readers

Sir, In the never-ending controversy that goes on in the motoring Press about the respective merits of British and foreign cars, how rarely is the " K.3" M.G. put forward in support of the home-produced car. I feel that an article about these supremely successful 1,100-c.c. cars would be much appreciated by readers of Motor Sport. How many people remember the great successes gained by the "K.3s...

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Book Reviews

"GRAND PRIX RACING FACTS AND FIGURES," by George Monkhouse. (238 pp., 42s. Foulis and Co., 7. Milford Lane, W.C.2.) In this beautifully produced typically-Foulis book, George Monkhouse surveys Grand Prix racing from 1894 to the present day. Inevitably he covers much the same ground as other writers such as Rose, Pomeroy and Karslake, but this he is well aware of ; indeed, he makes generous...

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Letters from readers

Sir, We have for a long time now been discussing the future of our Sport: "Motor Racing After the War." Well, there are a number of things that we must do. Taxation should be governed by the c.c. of the engine and not by bore alone. For, as we all know, the trend of design is for an engine of short stroke and as near as possible "square." We must try to get the ban lifted, so that we can race on...

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The Cars at Earls Court

Earls Court Exhibition In the Special Show Number of Motor Sport will be found information on new models, improvements to existing models and notes on cars unchanged since 1948, make by make. As this issue will be retained for future reference, manufacturers and concessionaires addresses are given after each description. The Stand Numbers of the car exhibitors at Earls Court follow: — A.C. — 136...

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Letters from readers

Sir, Whilst I found Mr. Hampton's article very interesting, I would like to say that I entirely agree with Mr. A.F. Brookes in both his letters to Motor Sport. Mr. Clutton was, I think, the first to sweep aside all British sports cars, presumably because there is nothing quite comparable with Bugatti and Lago Special Darracq, which I suppose is true. But that gentleman also admitted in his...

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Letters from readers

Sir, Is it possible for you to enquire of Motor Sport readers whether any official photographs or snapshots are available of a Shelsley hybrid called the Shipton Special? I should be pleased to cover any charges involved. I am, Yours, etc., Conrad Shipton (Lieut. (A.), R.N.V.R.) R.A.C. London, S.W.1. [Please write direct. The Shipton Special comprised a "23/60" Vauxhall engine in a Coventry...

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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...

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Club Affairs

The Aston-Martin Owners' St. John Horsfall Race Meeting happens at Silverstone on July 29th. The V.S.C.C, Lagonda, Bugatti and Bentley Drivers' Clubs have accepted invitations. The Richard Stallebrass Trophy for the 1949 season has been awarded to D. ElwellSmith. * * * At a general meeting on June 4th, at the Cullompton Hotel, Cullompton, Devon, a South-Western Section of the Veteran Car Club of...

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"Busman's Holiday"-II

The Editor Drives a Further Selection of Different Motor Cars THE longer you defer a holiday the more reluctant you become to resume the daily routine at its conclusion, so perhaps I am fortunate that my duties as Editor of MOTOR SPORT give me but little time for vacations, if they do allow me the pleasure and excitement of occasionally taking a "busman's holiday" by exchanging the Editorial desk...

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Club news

750 Club They aver that all good things must come to an end, and, now that the basic petrol ration has been withdrawn, we shall get no more car-gathering 750 Club meetings until we have won the war. So that held in warm sunshine at the "Osterley" on June 7th was unusually well attended and universally made the most of. Perhaps the finest car present was that of he of the vivid shirt and...

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