Articles tagged Dunlop Rubber Company Ltd.

Page 5 of October 1938 archive issue thumbnail Page 5, October 1938

VERY SUCCESSFUL DUNLOP CELEBRATION BROOKLANDS MEETING

VERY SUCCESSFUL DUNLOP CELEBRATION BROOKLANDS MEETING FAST OUTER-CIRCUIT RACE. AUSTIN AND E R.A. WIN CAMPBELL TROPHY SCRATCH RACES. "BIRA" INVOLVED IN THREE-FOLD CRASH IT was a very happy thought of the Dunlop Rubber Company Ltd. to celebrate their fiftieth anniversary by organising a great Jubilee Meeting at Brooklands. Entry fees of 3,1and 5/respectively pulled in 297 entries, which were...

Page 29 of May 1935 archive issue thumbnail Page 29, May 1935

Forethought.

Forethought. " " " Forethought saves Afterthought " is the purpose behind a booklet published by the Dunlop Rubber Company, Ltd.. which every motorist, however experienced he may be, would do well to study. As is pointed out in the Introduction, tyres really need very little attention, but that little is essential. After surveying the principle and purposes of the modern tyre, the important...

Page 40 of October 1986 archive issue thumbnail Page 40, October 1986

Veteran to Classic: "I tested racing car tyres"

I had an interesting meeting with Mr J. F. Andrews, who used to test racing-car tyres for the Dunlop Rubber Company Ltd. We met at that convenient centre, the Midland Motor Museum in Bridgnorth, the route thereto taking me over one of my favourite roads, that from Knighton via Brampton Bryan, Diddlebury, and Morville, which the Ford Sierra XR 4x4 took in its usual capable style. Before working...

Page 40 of December 1955 archive issue thumbnail Page 40, December 1955

Rumblings

The Class G Cooper Records The merit of the successful attack on twelve International Class G records at Montlhèry on October 17th by a sports Cooper-Climax driven by Jim Hassell, Arthur Owen and Bill Knight is discussed Editorially on page 735. Russell drove for the distances up to one hour and the others thereafter, facing rain and high winds. The actual records to fall, subject to official...

Page 28 of January 1969 archive issue thumbnail Page 28, January 1969

New Bodies for Old Cars

When tyres of obsolete sizes are required for old cars it is customary to obtain them from the Dunlop Rubber Company Ltd. When an old car is discovered either without a body or with the bodywork in poor condition, it is expedient to have suitable coachwork made by I. Wilkinson and Son Ltd., of Derby. This concern came into being at the turn of the century, as blacksmiths, repairers and...

Page 15 of October 1945 archive issue thumbnail Page 15, October 1945

Rumblings

The R.A.C. In some quarters when anything has seemed amiss with the Sport the "old gentlemen" of the R.A.C. Competitions Committee have been advanced as the scapegoat. We of Motor Sport have always kept faith with Capt. A. W. Phillips and the Competitions Committee. Recently, when Raymond Mays, anxious to ensure a square deal for British Motor Racing, asked the R.A.C. to state its policy, we...

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...

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