Articles tagged Continental

Page 102 of March 2014 archive issue thumbnail Page 102, March 2014

Middle Eastern promise

Bentley returns to racing this year, but its new GT3 has already created a stir on its competitive debutWriter: Rob Widdows The boys are back in town. Bentley’s new Continental GT3 racecar went up against its rivals on the Yas Marina circuit, Abu Dhabi, for the last race of the 2013 season – and impressed in its first outing. “An unforgettable weekend of glamour, sporting and schmoozing at the...

Page 48 of February 1982 archive issue thumbnail Page 48, February 1982

My year's motoring

The Editor looks back on the cars he drove during 1981 Two things in particular never fail to astonish and cheer me, when I consider the cars I have driven over the passing years. One is how quickly motor fashions change. so that what one rates as a simply delightful car when it is first introduced and one is permitted to drive it, very quickly becomes out-dated and surpassed, either by a later...

Page 18 of February 1968 archive issue thumbnail Page 18, February 1968

American Comment

Gas turbine cars have been attracting considerable attention over here this winter, and 1968 may well be the year that these engines come into their own in racing—both for Indianapolis cars and for road racing machinery. The most recently announced Indianapolis project is a team of two cars to be built by Ken Wallis, the man who was largely responsible for the design and construction of...

Page 16 of August 1961 archive issue thumbnail Page 16, August 1961

Brands Hatch – Inter-Continental

The 200-mile Guards Trophy race at Brands Hatch on August 7th may well be the final fling of the Inter-Continental Formula. This rather mis-named formula, which has seen little foreign opposition for the British cars, has taken a poor second place to the new Formula 1. Stirling Moss, who has won three Inter-Continental races so far (Goodwood and the two Silverstone races) will once again drive...

Page 30 of December 1953 archive issue thumbnail Page 30, December 1953

Motor Sport and How It Helps To Sell British Cars Overseas

Before a considerable, mixed audience at the Waldorf Hotel on November 2nd, Sydney Allard, Managing Director of the Allard Motor Co., Ltd., addressed the Publicity Club of London on the subject of "Motor Sport and How It Helps to Sell British Cars Overseas." Briefly outlining his career as a competition motorist, Mr. Allard said he commenced in 1928 with a Morgan three-wheeler, which he ran at...

Page 18 of December 1926 archive issue thumbnail Page 18, December 1926

MOTORING SPORTSMEN:

WV-M,-"*V.A"Voned`Ar."'\1-"I'Vo•Nr."1,-"V-M.r."0114%°V."Nowl MOTORING SPORTSMEN: Mr. G. E. T. Eyston. 13‘ THE EDITOR. A•v"...r"ArA"r0'1.4•AA•A•v"ArArwMr.N.#410‘41.kr"Ar".."%eh...4 MR. GEORGE EDWARD THOMAS EYSTON, who during the last few years has figured as a prominent and successful competitor in British and Continental racing events, commenced his practical experience in motoring at the tender...

Page 13 of July 1959 archive issue thumbnail Page 13, July 1959

Matters Of Moment

Harken to the Herald This issue of Motor Sport contains a detailed and analytical appreciation of the exceedingly promising new Triumph Herald, Britain's challenge to the long-established supremacy of the Continental small mass-produced car. We are delighted that at last a British manufacturer has contrived to provide independent rear suspension at a competitive price and that the new Triumph...

Page 10 of September 1933 archive issue thumbnail Page 10, September 1933

GETTING READY THIRTY THERE FOR R.A.C.EVENT.

GETTING READY FOR THE T.T. RACE THIRTY THREE FOR R.A.C. EVENT. NUVOLARI TO DRIVE AN M.G. MAGNETTE. ENTRIES for the Tourist Trophy Race to be run by the R.A.C. over the Ards circuit, Belfast, on September 2nd have closed with a total of thirtythree. A last minute event of outstanding iMportance has been the nomination of the famous Italian driver, Tazio Nuvolari, to pilot the M.G. Magnette entered...

Page 21 of July 1938 archive issue thumbnail Page 21, July 1938

ON BRITISH HIGH-PERFORMANCE CARS

ON BRITISH HIGH-PERFORMANCE CARS (Continued from the June Issue) And now, having offered up the suggestion that this country has nothing to fear in the high-performance field, and that the American Invasion can be met by modern British productions, we may run through the British high-performance cars and refresh our memories as to what this country can offer, that fortunate prospective buyers...

Page 11 of April 1957 archive issue thumbnail Page 11, April 1957

Matters Of Moment

The Parliamentary Debate on the British Motor Industry Motor Sport has drawn attention on frequent occasions for the need for entirely new British cars of up-to-date design and appearance, backed by a foolproof spares service throughout the world, in order that our Motor Industry can combat the growing menace of foreign competition and the workers in Coventry, Birmingham, Luton, Oxford and...

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