Articles tagged Eaton

Page 24 of December 1948 archive issue thumbnail Page 24, December 1948


RATES (prepaid) 1/8 per line 6 Words per line Minimum charge 5/; with Box No, 6/6 No insertion will be made unless prepaid ; Copy received after the rith will be held over and included in the next issue unless cancelled in writing by the Advertiser NOTICE Will Box No. 704 please send name and address to MOTOR SPORT for delivery of letters. FOR SALE BUCKLERS.-Leaf springs (specials) made to sketch...

Page 32 of April 1969 archive issue thumbnail Page 32, April 1969


A Section Devoted to Old-Car Matters The V.S.C.C. Pomeroy Memorial Trophy Competition, Silverstone (March 1st) The Vintage S.C.C. had another very cold day for the annual Pomeroy Trophy contest, the occasion when moderns mingle with their elders to discover which of them is the best all-round touring car in the 30/98 Vauxhall tradition, to regulations laid down by the late Laurence Pomeroy. This...

Page 48 of May 1970 archive issue thumbnail Page 48, May 1970


A Dramatic Finish BRANDS HATCH, March 22nd AN unfortunate clashing of dates with the Sebring 12-hour race robbed the Race of Champions of such drivers as Siffert, Andretti, Servoz-Gavin, Rodriguez, Courage, Pescarolo and Stommelen, so that the BRSCC were hard put to assemble a strong field, and two practice accidents reduced the starters to 12. Most of the of the cars had only just arrived back...

Page 89 of April 1962 archive issue thumbnail Page 89, April 1962


LAGONDA RAPIER by private hover. Must be in „good, near original condition. Good cash price offered. Open model preferred. Box. No T.483. 14483 ENTHUSIAST REQUIRES reasonable litre Saloon. Leighton, 22, Oaks Avenue, London, S. E. 9. Tel, : G11' 3184. 14484 MERCEDES BENZ 500K.-540K. roadster. -1.9a5 to '37. Mechanical condition not important. Body should be restorable. Consider a 32o coupe if it...

Page 26 of March 1990 archive issue thumbnail Page 26, March 1990

In a Champion's Footsteps

In a Champion's Footsteps BEFORE I heard about the £100,000 prize and bonus fund, I was interested enough in the professional promotion behind the importation of single-seater Formula Renault to attend the Williams Engineering museum presentation. It was an evening for 200 guests (selected from suppliers to potential participants) proclaiming the advantages of a category that can claim triple...

Page 7 of August 1963 archive issue thumbnail Page 7, August 1963

Matters of moment

Variety in modern motor racing Although it cannot be denied that there is a depressing "sameness" about present-day Grand Prix cars in appearance, and concealment of those who possess the high degree of prowess necessary to their full exploitation, the technical development of such cars contains plenty of intriguing diversity, as study of our race reports, practice notes and technical...

Page 67 of January 1981 archive issue thumbnail Page 67, January 1981

Lombard Rally of Great Britain

There are some rallies in the world which need, in order to attract entries of worthwhile quality and in worthwhile numbers, the prop of inclusion in a major series. They have either not yet acquired the popularity of other events, or are so expensively distant from Europe, where rally teams are most concentrated, that they need the additional attraction provided by the possibility of scoring...

Page 4 of November 1930 archive issue thumbnail Page 4, November 1930


THE 500-MILES RACE AUSTIN SEVEN WINS AT 83.41 M.P.H. BENTLEY AVERAGES 112.12 M.P.H. ON its introduction last year, the British Racing Drivers' Club 500 Miles Race proved that we could in this country, stage the fastest long distance event in the world. This year, on the 4th of last month, in spite of vile weather conditions for the first half of the race, all previous speeds were once again...

Page 4 of October 1925 archive issue thumbnail Page 4, October 1925


THE TWO HUNDRED MILES RACE. Major Segrave Wins a Magnificent Race with Count Masetti a close Second. THIS year's Two Hundred Miles Race will go down to history as the most thrilling of these events and excellent sport was witnessed by the enormous crowd which gathered at the track. Quite early in the morning the paddock was thronged by interested spectators, who examined the cars with the hope of...

Page 30 of April 1970 archive issue thumbnail Page 30, April 1970


A good season opener KYALAMI, JOHANNESBURG, March 7th. WITH the break in Grand Prix racing from November, 1969, to March, 1970, all the teams, and some new ones, made remarkable efforts to be ready for the new season well on time. The result was that of the 23 cars that should have assembled for practice, 15 of them were about to be driven in their first competition. In addition there were a...



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