Articles tagged C. C. Wakefield and Co. Ltd.

Page 63 of November 1956 archive issue thumbnail Page 63, November 1956

Vote for freedom

We have received from the Secretary of MAMA their reply to Mr Robertson, as follows:— Sir, May I touch upon a few points in the letter addressed to me by Mr M Robertson, a copy of which he has sent to you ? He does not understand why the wretched garagist should have to stock a greater selection of motor oils than the ones he catalogues. Clearly Mr Robertson has missed the point of our campaign....

Page 34 of February 1932 archive issue thumbnail Page 34, February 1932

NORMAN SMITH'S HOPES.

NORMAN SMITH'S HOPES. THE DRIVER'S OWN VIEWS. T TR representative in New Zealand was able to have a few words with " Wizard " Smith on his arrival in New Zealand with his car, the "Fred H. Stewart Enterprise," which is the most recentlybuilt of any of the aspirants for the land speed record. Mr. Smith expressed the greatest confidence in his success. "My car has 34 per cent. less frontal...

Page 13 of July 1950 archive issue thumbnail Page 13, July 1950

Free to Readers

F. & E. Stoneham, booksellers, have issued a most interesting list of motoring books. This little publication contains introductions by the Editor of MOTOR SPORT and lists not only the current motoring works, with notes on each, but a fascinating list, with details, of many out-of-print motoring books. Collectors will find this list of absorbing interest. Copies are available free, by calling...

Page 29 of March 1931 archive issue thumbnail Page 29, March 1931

246.08 M.P.H.!

all the names connected with motor racing since the beginning, that of Malcolm Campbell stands out as representing the triumph gained by perseverance. Although having longer motor racing experience than any other Englishman now taking part in the sport, his career has not been one of unbroken good fortune. On the contrary, the record of his steady climb to fame as our foremost all-round driver,...

Page 16 of October 1950 archive issue thumbnail Page 16, October 1950

The Accessories and Components Section

Details follow of the exhibits of those exhibitors who have submitted details to Motor Sport:— A.C. SPHINX Stand 312 Sparking plugs, plug-cleaning machinery, air-cleaners, air-silencers, fuel pumps, oil filters, instruments, thermostats, radiator caps, fuel filters, etc., will attract the enthusiast to this stand.A.C.-Sphinx Spark Plug Co., Dunstable, Beds. AUTOCAR ELECTRICAL Stand 340 On this...

Page 50 of April 1974 archive issue thumbnail Page 50, April 1974

Castrol's 75th Anniversary

The Editor looks at some of the Many Frames which have embellished the "Masterpiece in Oils" This year marks the 75th anniversary of the founding of C. C. Wakefield & Company, suppliers of the famous Castrol lubricating oils. I have been asked to write something appropriate to the occasion which I am very glad to do, because ever since I began to own and drive cars, which is longer ago than I...

Page 29 of March 1936 archive issue thumbnail Page 29, March 1936

THE REST OF THE MONTE CARLO RALLY

THE REST OF THE MONTE CARLO RALLY j THE COACHWORK COMPETITION—CONVINCING BRITISH SUCCESSES IN THE CONCOURS DE CONFORT English cars failed this .year to make their usual impression on the finishing list of the Rally proper, Healey's Triumph being the only British car to figure in the first dozen places, but the coachwork. competition came as a slight consolation. Symons, with the 25 h.p. Wolseley...

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