Articles tagged Chiron

Page 27 of February 1950 archive issue thumbnail Page 27, February 1950


PICTORIAL REVIEW THE 26th M.C.C. EXETER TRIAL and THE 1950 MONTE CARLO RALLY MONTE CARLO RALLY STOP PRESS REPORT THE GLASGOW START by DAVID SCOTT-MONCRIEFF 4.,„.„„„•,, ,taltilia .611. Takit,g ,itni.-1; poll or hal( a dozen compel' Iti‘S than foul,t ha, the votalerstil moat pat on it,„ s,„1 *1111, ,va!:1111•IitlifrAY a SI '".r,i rh. iniri tai.sor. Thi,, year it was. Mit el. mum, ni past Mar eNaell...

Page 26 of May 1958 archive issue thumbnail Page 26, May 1958

An excellent "Vintage Silverstone"

Itala Trophy Race won by Tozer's 1927 Amilcar Six. W. J. Bodington (1932 Twin-cam 2.3-litre supercharged Alfa-Romeo) wins Motor Sport Trophy qualifying race A record crowd of about 8,000 braved a cold wind to watch an excellent V.S.C.C. Silverstone Race Meeting on April a sure indication that if the Minister of Transport does anything to injure vintage motoring he will find himself unpopular and...

Page 28 of September 1935 archive issue thumbnail Page 28, September 1935


SOMMER WINS THE COMMINGES G.P. RAPH SECOND AND HARTMANN THIRD. RACE RUN IN TWO HEATS AND A FINAL In these days of highly organised scuderias it is indeed seldom that an independent driver can hope to win a big race. But such was the good fortune of Raymond Sommer at the Grand Prix du Comminges, which was held over the St. Gaudens circuit on August 4th. What is more, second and third places were...

Page 7 of August 1948 archive issue thumbnail Page 7, August 1948

Outstanding British successes at Spa

Leslie Johnson and St. John Horsfall win the race outright in the 1948 2-litre Aston Martin.  H.R.G.s  take the Team Prize  --  all on Dunlop Tyres. British cars scored a series of significant and valuable victories in the Belgian 24-Hour Race at Spa. Leslie Johnson and St. John  Horsfall, handling a new Aston Martin with the recently introduced push-rod ohv 2-1itre engine and coil-spring i.f.s...

Page 11 of September 1935 archive issue thumbnail Page 11, September 1935

easy for ferrar

EASY FOR FERRARI Alfa-Romeos Fill First impresses The Critics Three Places At Nice. Shuttleworth The Alfa-Romeos of the Scudc.ria Ferrari gave as pretty an exhibition of superiority in the Nice G.P. as has ever been seen in motor-racing. True, they had no organised opposition to contend with, for one cannot really call the two Maseratis raced by Etancelin and Zehender a team. For the rest, the...

Page 39 of October 1933 archive issue thumbnail Page 39, October 1933


MONZA'S FATAL DAY CAMPARI AND :BORZACCHINI KILLED IN FOUR-CAR CRASH-COUNT CZAIKOWSKI DIES IN BURNING BUGATTI. FAGIOLI (ALFA ROMEO) WINS GRAND PREMIO D'ITALIA AND LEHOUX (BUGATTI) THE GRAND PREMIO D'MONZA. ALT OGETHER the most depressing motor race meeting that I have ever attended. First of all there was trouble about a Press Pass, which had been given to somebody else, then the footat-a-time...

Page 19 of March 1951 archive issue thumbnail Page 19, March 1951


RUMBLINGS Rather belatedly we have received from the M.G. Car Company a copy of the book they issue detailing how to tune the M.G. Midget engine for competition work. M.G. Enterprise In the States " hot,rodding ' is both an intense sport and a lucrative commercial venture, but in England hit-and-miss methods of increasing the power output of production engines have had to be employed, by amateur...

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

Reports of Recent Events

West of England M.G. Trial  W. A. Cleave (Morris-Special) retained a clean sheet in this event. The only First-Class award went to Ken Burgess'  blown Allard, and the only Second-Class award to Hase's blown "PB" M.G. The Plymouth M.C. netted the team prize. *** San Remo G.P.. This race, run over 85 laps of a sinuous 2.1-mile circuit, attracted 16 starters, but the Alfettes were absent, in...

Page 41 of August 1932 archive issue thumbnail Page 41, August 1932


HERE AND THERE. The Dieppe Grand Prix. AS we go to prelis we hear that the results of the Dieppe_ Grand Prix, held on Sunday, July 24th, were as follows : Over 2-litres. I. Chilou (2,300 c.c. Bugatti), 501.863 lqns. 77.96 m.p.h. 2. Willitims (2,300 Bugatti), 482.166 kms. 3. Bouriat (2,300 c.c, Bugatti), 470.059 kms. Under 2-litres. 1. Czaikowski (1,990 e.e. Bugatti), 465.934 tuns. 2. Earl Howe (1...

Page 18 of June 1934 archive issue thumbnail Page 18, June 1934


TRIPOLI GRAND PRIX WON AT 116 M.P.H. COLOSSAL SPEEDS ON THE MODIFIED MELHALLA CIRCUTT-FERRARI DRIVERS TAKE FIRST THREE PLACES-HAMILTON DOES WELL BEFORE RETIRING. THE Tripoli Grand Prix just had to be a success this year. The prize and ' appearance money assumed such tremendous proportions that no driver could afford to stay away, with the result that a really first-class entry list was obtained....



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