Articles tagged Isotta-Fraschini

Page 28 of December 1988 archive issue thumbnail Page 28, December 1988

Formula One scene: Engine design trends (part one)

Engines a la mode Like the shape of our shoes and the cut of our clothes, engine design is subject to fashion. After years of "conventional" straight fours, V6s, V8s and V12s, the Grand Prix world is rushing to develop engines of unusual design. V10s and broad-arrow 12-cylinder power-units are now all the rage. But historian David Hebb argues that such apparently novel configurations have many...

Page 31 of July 1950 archive issue thumbnail Page 31, July 1950

Club News

WE HEAR R. Wakeling has a 1906 "20/30" Renault with vast closed body. apparently in very fine order, even to the tapestry upholstery. According to the Nottingham Evening Post of May 17th, Donington wiIl not be de-requisitioned until 1952. T. R. Hendee, who recently took delivery of the ex-Barnato Le Mans Speed Six Bentley, was delighted with the efficient manner in which Evan Cook's Packers, Ltd...

Page 57 of June 1956 archive issue thumbnail Page 57, June 1956

Vintage Cars At Prescott

The Vintage Sports Car Club hold its annual Speed Hill-climb at the B.O.C.'s Prescott Hill on May 13th, following its Edwardian and Light Car Rally the previous day. The results of the rally were :- Vintage Light Cars: First-Class Awards: Winder (1924/8 Humber) and Miss Stocken (1924 Trajan). Second-Class Award: Dighton (1928 Humber). Third-Class Awards: Peerless (1924 Trojan) and Edwards (1922...

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