Articles tagged AVERY

Page 18 of August 1946 archive issue thumbnail Page 18, August 1946


Busy at Bagshot Calling in at Cowell, Whittet & Co.'s premises the other day, we found much to intrigue the enthusiast. As is now well known, the workshop at was built, most effectively, by amateur effort and, since then, one labourer, aided when necessary by the works staff, has added a sizable machine-shop, in which a new lathe, horizontal milling machine and other modern machine tools are...

Page 44 of September 1972 archive issue thumbnail Page 44, September 1972

The Ferrari 312P Sports/Prototype

Making rules to govern sports-car racing is never an easy task, especially when Ferrari and Porsche give a "helping" hand and then play the game right up to the limit of the regulations. The classic sports-car races such as the Le Mans 24 Hour race and the Targa Florio are important races to win for any manufacturer of high performance cars, and the more recent classic events like the Sebring 12...

Page 7 of August 1937 archive issue thumbnail Page 7, August 1937


THE J.C.C. FIFTH INTERNATIONAL TROPHY RACE RAYMOND MAYS, WITH THE 2-LITRE E.R.A.. WINS AT 82.3 M.P.H. " BIRA " (MASERATI) RETIRES AFTER A GREAT DUEL. ONLY FOUR FINISH WITHIN TIME LIMIT AVERY classic contest is the Junior Car Club's International Trophy Race, this year the third big race to be held at Brooklands. Ever original, the J.C.C. this time arranged a rolling start, the first ever used in...

Page 69 of January 1989 archive issue thumbnail Page 69, January 1989

Books for the New Year

Sporting Rileys—The Forgotten Champions by David G Styles. 288pp. 91/2" x 8". (Dalton Watson plc, Russell Chambers, The Piazza, Covent Garden, London WC2E 8AA, £24.95) A very welcome follow-up to David Styles' earlier Riley history, As Old As The lndustry, which won him the SAH's Cugnot Award for "the best automotive history published in 1982", this new work about Rileys in competition has it all...

Page 68 of July 1958 archive issue thumbnail Page 68, July 1958


A Visit to Solihull to Study the Manufacturing Methods Applied to a Popular British Quality Car SINCE we road-tested the Rover 90 (see MOTOR SPORT for September, 1956) and drove a Rover 105S to Monza and back last year via France and Switzerland (an account of this journey was published in MOTOR SPORT last November), we have had a high opinion of these British quality cars. Last month we paid a...

Page 34 of May 1935 archive issue thumbnail Page 34, May 1935

Club news

044 lietvi ........?••••••11111111111111111191r BRIGHTON AND HOVE M.C. Starting from Lobscombe Corner at 1 a.m. on the morning of April 6th, the 70 odd entrants in the annual 12 Hour Trial set out on a winding route to Blandford. The first hill lay beyond Chard, but first of all a stop was made at the Windwhistle Hotel. Between Chard and East Horner, the first hill, a deepish water splash was...

Page 54 of April 1979 archive issue thumbnail Page 54, April 1979

Jaguar of Coventry

Motor Sport visits Browns Lane to try the latest models from Jaguar-Rover-Triumph Ltd. In view of the release of the Series III models from Jaguar and Daimler a few days ago, after the Press had sampled them in Torquay, the Company's first model-launch since it was established as BL's specialist division, it seemed opportune for Motor Sport to pay another visit to the Jaguar factory at Browns...

Page 45 of November 1930 archive issue thumbnail Page 45, November 1930


CINQUE PORT CLUB'S REPORT AVERY satisfactory state of affairs is revealed in the report of the Cinque Ports Club for the half year ending 30th September last. For the six months ending 30th September, 1930, the three club aircraft between them flew no less than 868 hours 25 minutes. Mr. K. K. Brown as instructor flew 470 hours in the six months, and " A " licence pilots and soloists under...



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Ford vs Ferrari: The Le Mans '66 Film Special



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