Articles tagged Chiron

Page 32 of August 1956 archive issue thumbnail Page 32, August 1956

The Editor attends . .

Vintage Day at Oulton Park Last year the Vintage Sports Car CIub took another step forward  in its commendable career by holding a race meeting at Oulton Park road circuit, thereby forging a post-war link with those excellent race meetings it held pre-war at that other true road circuit at Donington Park. Alas, on that occasion I had to be elsewhere, but from time to time I cast my thoughts...

Page 38 of January 1937 archive issue thumbnail Page 38, January 1937

HERE and THERE

IH IE IR IE and 1111-1 IE IR IE By -clinshaft" High-Speed " Black Out Mention of Avus reminds me of a pretty problem which might conceivably occur in future on the Berlin circuit. As you probably know, the two loops which link the parallel six-mile straights have now been given a steep banking, about the same as Montlhery. With independent springing, the G.P. cars ought to be able to enter these...

Page 33 of September 1932 archive issue thumbnail Page 33, September 1932

The Late Biagio Nazzaro.

The Late Biagio Nazzaro. mANY of our readers will remember the tragic death of Biagio Nazzaro in the 1922 French Grand Prix, which was held that year on the circuit of Strasbourg. He was making his first appearance in a big race, and it was felt that by his death Italy lost one of her most proinising drivers. The race marked the reappearance of Fiat in the racing world, with a team of three very...

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

Reports of Recent Events

Reports of Recent Events 750 CLUB DRIVING TESTS The 750 Club, aided by the Cemian M.C., held ambitious driving frolics at Sunbury on Aug. 22nd, even laying on a public address apparatus, energised by Philip Turner, most precariously mounted. This was the second round of an interclub contest between the Hants and Berks M.C., N.W. London M.C., 750 Club and Lancia Club, for the L. M. Ballamy bread...

Page 19 of September 1935 archive issue thumbnail Page 19, September 1935

Nuvolari the master

Classic victory in the German G.P. Von Brauchitsch’s proverbial bad luck. Disappointment of vast crowd There have been many examples of the glorious uncertainty of motor-racing, but none more striking than the last lap of the 1935 German Grand Prix. To the 250,000 spectators who lined the Nurburg Ring a German victory was a foregone conclusion, and yet Nuvolari snatched the lead from von...

Page 45 of June 1954 archive issue thumbnail Page 45, June 1954

Letters From Readers

N.B. — Opinions expressed are those of our correspondents and "Motor Sport" does not necessarily associate itself with them. — Ed. Apology Sir, I do not know whether to be pleased at having my name in your famous magazine or annoyed at having aspersions cast on my driving. I did not, repeat not, hit a Lotus it Goodwood or any other car, chicane, or obstruction for that matter! In my mirror I most...

Page 45 of June 1933 archive issue thumbnail Page 45, June 1933

VARZI WINS THE AVUS RACE

VARZI WINS THE AVUS RACE BUGATTIS DRIVEN BY VARZ1 AND CZAIKOWSK1 AT 129 m.p.h. SWEEPING VICTORY FOR 4.9 THE Avus Grand Prix, held on May 21st, resulted in a splendid victory for Bugatti, when Achille Varzi was returned the winner at a speed of 129 m.p.h. for the distance of 184 miles. Varzi drove a 4.9 litre Bugatti, and he was followed only 1/5th of a second later by Count Czaikowski on a...

Page 15 of March 1933 archive issue thumbnail Page 15, March 1933

23/- ENTRY FOR THE FRENCH G.P.

23fENTRY FOR THE FRENCH G.P. GREATLY REDUCED ENTRY FEES AND NEW SYSTEM OF BONUS PRIZES FEATURES OF REGULATIONS NOW AVAILABLE. THE French Grand Prix, after falling into relative obscurity through the brief popularity of production car racing, has now regained some of its former lustre. Last year, at Rheims, the race had quite the atmosphere of "the Blue Riband of Motor-racing," as it used to be...

Page 102 of November 2002 archive issue thumbnail Page 102, November 2002

A breath of French air

Bill Boddy It is not unusual for motoring correspondents to look back to the first race meeting they attended. Mine was at Brooldands in 1927, after which I saw most of the races, long and short, there and at Donington, etc, including the unforgettable grands prix at the Derby track when the German cars dominated as few spectators had seen before. But a memorable race I went to on the Continent...

Page 15 of November 1933 archive issue thumbnail Page 15, November 1933

A MONTH OF RECORDS.

A MONTH OF RECORDS. THE USUAL END OF SEASON ACTIVITY RESULTS IN RECORDS BY THE NAPIER RAILTON, M.G. MIDGET AND MAGNA, HOTCHKISS, AUSTIN, DERBY AND AMILCAR. The Napier-Railton's 'Bag.' LAST month a determined onslaught on World's and Class" A" records was made by the Napier-Railton at Itilontlhery. A full squad went over with the car, consisting of the drivers John Cobb, Cyril Paul, T. E....

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