Articles tagged Dunlop

Page 27 of October 1954 archive issue thumbnail Page 27, October 1954

Book Reviews

"Amateur Racing Driver," by T. P. Cholmondeley Tapper. 161 pp.,5 1/2 in. by 8 3/4 in. (Foulis, 7. Milford Lone, W.C.2. ) 15s.) This is quite one of the best motor-racing books to have been published for a long time. It tells the Story of Cholmondeley Tapper's entry into motor racing with a Type 37 G.P. Bugatti and of his exploits at Brooklands, Donington and later at Continental circuits, and of...

Page 31 of March 1939 archive issue thumbnail Page 31, March 1939

THAT MYSTERIOUS ALVIS

THAT MYSTERIOUS ALVIS IN the February issue we innocently published quite a lot of technicalities about an Alvis owned by Fenn-Wiggin and Swain in the belief that this car was the one which took C. M. Harvey to victory in the 1923 " 200 " at 93.29 m.p.h. and thus that a description of it would not only be of historic interest and of possible value to 12/50 Alvis tuners, but that it would serve to...

Page 10 of April 1997 archive issue thumbnail Page 10, April 1997

Legends

He was called Carlos, and some said he was from Brazil, others Spain. All I know about him is that his bidding number was 712 and his presence rather dominated the auction of motor racing memorabilia held by Sotheby's on February 26. His spending for the clay must have been into six figures, and anyone bidding against him had about as much hope as a boiled egg taking on a steamroller. As soon as...

Page 17 of February 1960 archive issue thumbnail Page 17, February 1960

Matters Of Moment

So Good Britain, we are constantly reminded, has "never had it so good" and although her production and transport are not infrequently disrupted by strikes and middle-class slaves in the proverbial black coats are still savagely over-taxed, in general this statement is true. It certainly seems true of the whole British motor firmament. Production figures soar, we have a Minister of Transport who...

Page 82 of December 1999 archive issue thumbnail Page 82, December 1999

David Piper

David Piper Daily Express Trophy support race, Sifverstone, 1967 ONE AERODYNAMIC MODIFICATION AND A WHOLE LOT OF ANGER ENABLED DAVID PIPER TO TAKE ON THE FORD GT4OS IN A THREE YEAR OLD FERRARI 250LM AND BEAT THE LOT OF THEM ALTHOUGH I HAVE WON MORE IMPORTANT EVENTS, 111E ONE WHICI I stands out in my memory is the sportscar race supporting the Daily Express International Trophy at Silverstone in...

Page 36 of February 1981 archive issue thumbnail Page 36, February 1981

Circuit impressions: Two Tigas and a Ralt

A menagerie at home on Goodwood Life is unfair. At short notice the amiable Tim Schenken, now a respectable retired racing driver, rang up and invited us to join a test day devoted to the Tiga products produced by the concern Schenken runs with another former racer, Howden Ganley. As an aside he mentioned that the Ralt RT3-Toyota that Tiga ran for Italian Daniele Albertin in the British series...

Page 48 of October 2001 archive issue thumbnail Page 48, October 2001

De Hane's half-hour

Henry de Hane Segrave took just 30 minutes to obliterate the previous land speed record and become the first driver to hit 200mph.Bill Boddy describes the least troubled record ever You have to go back 74 years for the first officially timed 200mph by a car. These days this pace is not uncommon, and even our trains manage 180mph when not colliding or leaving the rails. But in 1927 it was a...

Page 34 of March 1995 archive issue thumbnail Page 34, March 1995

Questions, questions

”Is crash. Is frightening. Is fast. Is funny." Giampiero Simoni's grasp of English may be marginal but no one bettered the young Alfa Romeo driver's summation of the British Touring Car Championship. It may not be motorsport for the purist, but I defy anyone to dismiss it as being dull 40,000 spectators at OuIton Park and nine participating manufacturers can't all be wrong. True, the series has...

Page 14 of March 1962 archive issue thumbnail Page 14, March 1962

The coming racing season

In a few short weeks we will once again be thrust into another racing season, probably the busiest the sport has ever known. With this in mind we posed the following questions to four of Britain's major race organisers, Nick Syrett of the British Racing and Sports Car Club, John Morgan of the British Automobile Racing Club, Oliver Sear of the Snetterton Motor Racing Club, and John Eason Gibson of...

Page 26 of May 1961 archive issue thumbnail Page 26, May 1961

Daimlers During The Vintage Years

The Editor Unravels Some History Relating to the Oldest British Motor-Car Manufacturer Introduction TWO years or so ago I wrote a history of the Armstrong Siddeley car for MOTOR SPORT and was gratified to find that, in spite of pessimistic predictions in many quarters that an historical review of such a staid make of car in the pages of this sporting journal would be badly received, the article...

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