Articles tagged E.R.A. S.

Page 6 of November 1935 archive issue thumbnail Page 6, November 1935

THE FINAL ROUND AT BROOKLANDS

MOUNTAIN CHAMPIONSHIP WON BY SHUTTLEWORTH (3-LITRE ALFA-ROMEO). HIGH WINDS MAKE CONDITIONS DIFFICULT ON THE OUTER CIRCUIT There is always plenty for the enthusiast to see and do at a Brooklands meeting, but somehow the final or Mountain Meeting, which was deferred a week in order to give visitors to the Motor Show a chance of attending, did not seem to have quite its usual snap. The cold weather...

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E.R.A.s REPEAT SUCCESS IN NUFFIELD TROPHY

E.R.A.s REPEAT SUCCESS IN NUFFIELD TROPHY WON AT 68.5 M.P.H. BY C. E. C. MARTIN, WHO ALSO SCORED WITH THE ALFA IN THE SENIOR HANDICAP DOBSON AND WHITEHEAD ALSO ON E.R.A.s FINISH SECOND AND THIRD " BIRA " DOES GREAT THINGS ON A SIDE-VALVE AUSTIN At the July meeting at Donington a triple bill was presented, the most important item of course being the Nuffield Trophy for cars up to 111-,-litres....

Page 5 of October 1936 archive issue thumbnail Page 5, October 1936

SHELSLEY IN A CLOUDBUST

SHELSLEY IN A CLOUDBURST The Midland A.C. was certainly very unlucky this year, for September 12th must have been one of the wettest days Worcestershire has known for a long time, and apart from the fact that a wet road surface is more detrimental to Shelsley than to any other event, rain at this venue has other bad effects. The" paddock "in the orchard becomes a morass, the path which spectators...

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The B.R.D.C. Isle of Man Races

"Bira's" Simca-Gordini wins Manx Cup Race at over 66 m.p.h. from Harrison's Riley and Winterbottom' s Emeryson. Gerard's E.R.A. victorious in Empire Trophy Race at over 68 m.p.h. E-type E.R.A. home 4th. Specially reported for "Motor Sport" by T. G. Moore The first post-war car races organised by the B.R.D.C., the British Empire Trophy and the Manx Cup, which were run in the Isle of Man on August...

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M.G. WINS AT PHOENIX PARK

M.G. WINS AT PHCENIX PARK H. W, Furey, driving a two-seater M.G. Magnette which started life as a RN-type saloon, won the last of the 1936 Irish road-races, at Pliwnix Park. General opinion was to the effect that the handicapping made the race a gift to Furey. but it must not be overlooked that this year he averaged 77.16 miles per hour compared with his winning average of 69.91 miles per hour in...

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Shelsley Walsh Review

"Thunder at Shelsley Walsh" - that might well be the title of this review of the first post-war Shelsley, the first International event on the British Calendar since hostilities ceased. The rain was torrential and spoilt any chace of fast times. Nevertheless, the crowd was quite up to pre-war standards; indeed at half-time a line of cars a mile long awaited admittance to the famous Worcestershire...

Page 37 of April 1935 archive issue thumbnail Page 37, April 1935

IT'S GOOD TO BE AT BROOKLANDS AGAIN!

IT'S GOOD TO BE AT BROOKLANDS AGAIN A PLEASANT OPENING TO THE B.A.R.C. SEASON. SOME INTERESTING NEW CARS AND ONE OR TWO CLOSE FINISHES. SURFACE IMPROVEMENTS TO THE TRACK. BRooKLANDs! It certainly seemed an astonishingly short time since the last meeting when we drove into the Paddock entrance on March 16th. Shellway once again reminded us of the approach road to Nurburg Ring, and in a moment we...

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THE BROOKLANDS OPENING MEETING

THE BROOKLANDS OPENING MEETING The Opening Meeting of the B.A.R.C. is always a very sure sign that the winter is well and truly over and that the new season is at last getting into its stride. So it was fitting that a spring-like sun should be shining on March 14th, when the curtain rose on the 1936 Brooklands season. It certainly was pleasant to be in the Paddock again with signs of activity on...

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ALL RECORDS FALL AT BRIGHTON SPEED TRIALS

ALL RECORDS FALL AT BRIGHTON SPEED TRIALS FASTEST CAR TIME MADE BY R. L. SHUTTLEWORTH (MONOPOSTO ALFA-ROMEO), ECCLES (31-LITRE BUGATTI) AND JOHN COBB ON HIS RECORD-BREAKING NAPIER-RAILTON, THE RUNNERS-UP For the past four years Brighton has shown its -appreciation of the thrill of racing motor-cycles and cars by allowing the enterprising Brighton and Hove Motor Club to hold speed-trials on the...

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FAST MOTORING AT DONINGTON

FAST MOTORING AT DONINGTON CHARLIE MARTIN (MONOPOSTO ALFA-ROMEO) BREAKS TEN-LAP RECORD AND RAISES SINGLE-LAP SPEED TO 71.55 M.P.H. SEAMAN'S REBUILT DELAGE SCORES WIN IN TWO RACES. After opening with the large-scale spectacle of the British Empire Trophy at the beginning of the season, Donington returned to something of its old ways with the series of five and ten-lap races which took place on May...

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