Articles tagged Eaton

Page 15 of February 1952 archive issue thumbnail Page 15, February 1952

Vintage veerings

The VSCC season opened with the third rally to Measham, for driving tests at the well-known Measham Motor Sales ground. This is an ideal venue for such tests, being spacious, ideal for spectators and having at hand a restaurant and offices where a control can be established. The VSCC is indebted to Mr GA Hill, M1ME, of Measham Motor Sales Organisation, who extends to them his hospitality. The...

Page 12 of September 1945 archive issue thumbnail Page 12, September 1945

500 Miles in the 3-Cylinder, Two-Stroke Scott-Engined Morgan 4/4

Complete reliability and ability to average very high speed. The excellent meeting at Cockfosters last July offered us an excuse to test the Scott-engined Morgan 4/4 over a big mileage, whereas previously the car had only been tried round the Saltaire houses, as it were. That visit to the Scott works and brief trial of the car had endeared us to the idea of three cylinders and the two-stroke...

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41st Italian Grand Prix

Regazzoni saves the day Monza, Italy, September 6th. After the sweeping victory in Austria the whole of Italy was behind Ferrari for the Italian Grand Prix, to be held over 68 laps of the Monza road circuit, and even on the day before official practice began there were enough spectators, to watch the testing that was going on, to keep a lot of race organisers happy. Ferrari had done all their pre...

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Fifth South African Grand Prix

Andretti and Ferrari start on high note Kyalami, South Africa, March 6th Mario Andretti, the three times American USAC Champion, has long been considered by the Grand Prix circus as a potential winner of World Championship races and this has been the little Italian-born driver's big ambition. However, occasional races with Lotus in 1969 always ended in retirement, usually when high placed, while...

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THE OUTER CIRCUIT "200s"

THE OUTER CIRCUIT "200s" THE 1924 RACE (Continued from the September issue.) SO we come to September 20th, 1924, and the last, and in many ways the greatest, Outer Circuit 200-Mile Race of the J.C.C. A record crowd attended, and when the starting semaphore fell, 39 starters (out of 50 entries) left the line in three rows, in a deafening roar of sound and action. The 11-litre non-starters were a...

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