Articles tagged Auto-Union Sales Ltd.

Page 37 of June 1938 archive issue thumbnail Page 37, June 1938

ON BRITISH HIGH PERFORMANCE

ON BRITISH HIGH PERFORMANCE WE in this country have a curious habit of belittling our own -efforts. 'We Shout about the ways and achievements and productions of other countries to our own detriment. In _spite of this traditional reluctance to boost our ONVII productions before those of other nations, the fact remains that Great Britain has produced some of the finest and most successful high-...

Page 9 of October 1937 archive issue thumbnail Page 9, October 1937

OUR GERMAN VISITORS

OUR GERMAN VISITORS The Arrivals THOSE who have kept in close touch with the sport during October of this year have the satisfaction of knowing that they have witnessed the greatest show ever staged in this country I am referring not to Earl's Court, great exhibition though that will undoubtedly be, but tO an exhibition of extreme thoroughness in motor-racing, staged so magnificently by the visit...

Page 8 of October 1937 archive issue thumbnail Page 8, October 1937

AFTERMATH

AFTERMATH Fortunately we woke up after the race and gave our German visitors some be lated hospitality. A dinner and dance was held after the race, when the prizes and cheques were presented, and on the Monday evening the B.R.D.C. had a cocktail party for the German drivers at the Hotel Splendid, Piccadilly. Rosemeyer's winning Auto-Union, officially a Type 22 Horch, was brought to London by...

Page 22 of November 1936 archive issue thumbnail Page 22, November 1936

DONINGTON AFTERTHOUGHTS

DONINGTON AFTERTHOUGHTS That great Grand Prix at Donington is still the foremost topic Of discussion in motor-racing circles, and the arrival of November fog cannot dim memories of that great day at Donington (itself misty, to commence with) when the silver Auto-Unions and Mercedes-Benz .screamed round in the sunshine at prodigious speeds amidst an odour of rubber dust and boot-polish "dope."...

Page 22 of November 1937 archive issue thumbnail Page 22, November 1937

DONINGTON AFTERTHOUGHTS

DONINGTON AFTERTHOUGHTS That great Grand Prix at Donington is still the foremost topic Of discussion in motor-racing circles, and the arrival of November fog cannot dim memories of that great day at Donington (itself misty, to commence with) when the silver Auto-Unions and Mercedes-Benz .screamed round in the sunshine at prodigious speeds amidst an odour of rubber dust and boot-polish "dope."...

Page 15 of March 1938 archive issue thumbnail Page 15, March 1938

THE TREND OF DESIGN

THE TREND OF DESIGN (PART 2) An article dealing with the progress that has been made in the design and production of racing cars during the past twelve months. II. RACING-CARS THER. is not a great deal to be written about racing-car design tendencies, because the subject was rather thoroughly dealt with exactly a year ago in MOTOR SPORT and as 1937 was the last year under the maximum weight...

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