Articles tagged Ludlow

Page 82 of May 2014 archive issue thumbnail Page 82, May 2014

Senna's dirty weekend

It was the kind of thing a team would nowadays doubtless suppress – an F1 star sneaking away to try his hand at rallying. But such things were possible in 1986, even when the driver was Ayrton Senna. He relished every secondWriter Steve Bennett Ayrton Senna – rally driver. Now there’s a cover line any magazine editor would covet. It happened too, on a blustery, grey Welsh hillside in 1986. Ayrton...

Page 11 of January 1951 archive issue thumbnail Page 11, January 1951

Rally-rumination resumption

Some Further Thoughts on the "Daily Express" Event The Editorial in last month's Motor Sport on rallies has produced the following correspondence. It would seem that we were somewhat hasty in assuming that competitors in modern oars find a 1,000-mile run on British main roads at a 25-m.p.h. average boring. On the other hand, car manufacturers can hardly persuade themselves that such a competition...

Page 33 of November 1924 archive issue thumbnail Page 33, November 1924

Round the Clubs

Round the Clubs THE NORTH LONDON MOTOR CYCLING CLUB. The Surprise Event, conducted by Mr. L. V. Freeman, was run off with complete success on October 4th. Competitors were verbally acquainted, at the commencement, as to the whereabouts of the first of a series of red boxes which were concealed about the countryside, the road in the vicinity being marked with blue dye. The first box, when found,...

Page 59 of July 1980 archive issue thumbnail Page 59, July 1980

Herefordshire History

Sir, As so often in the columns of Motor Sport there are fascinating snippets of motoring history, sometimes even "concealed" among the paragraphs describing present-day machinery! Your mention of by-passing the city of Hereford by using the old Roman road and thereby missing that stretch of the Whitecross road on the Brecon exit from Hereford, over which one of the last public-road speed-trials...

Page 78 of March 1996 archive issue thumbnail Page 78, March 1996

V-C Miscellany

Celebrations for the centenary British Motor Industry have commenced early, with Stirling Moss launching the Auto-Windscreens Classic & Sports car Show by appearing at the Canal Basin, Coventry, in January, at the wheel of an 1897 Daimler, the venue being just about 200 yards from the first UK car factory, where the British Daimlers were made from 1896, although as the first chassis left...

Page 86 of April 2013 archive issue thumbnail Page 86, April 2013

Lunch with… Norman Dewis

During 33 years and more than a quarter of a million 100mph miles, this dedicated team player helped make Jaguar great By Simon Taylor Marque loyalty is an old-fashioned concept these days. A driver will swap seats after a season or two, a designer will change teams, an engineer or technician will quietly ask around to tease out available opportunities. Everyone's looking to maximise their career...

Page 26 of April 1951 archive issue thumbnail Page 26, April 1951

FIXTURES FOR APRIL

FIXTURES FOR APRIL R. Restricted Event. C. Closed Event. C.I. Closed Invitation Event. N. National Event. I. = Internationed Event. lst.—Bugatti O.C. Trial. Salty. Chester M.C. Trial, N. Wales. Horsham & Dist. KC. Trial, Horsham. C.1. W. Essex C.C. Speed Trial, Bore-. ham, near Chelmsford, 10 a.m. C. Hagley & Dist L.C.C. Rally, Ludlow. C. Plymouth M.C. Trial, Devon. C. Berkhamsted & D...

Page 24 of June 1958 archive issue thumbnail Page 24, June 1958

VETERAN-EDWARDIAN-VINTAGE

A Section Devoted to Old Car Matters NORTHERN vintage enthusiasts should note that the Vintage S.C.C. will hold its Race Meeting and Concours d'Elegance at Oulton Park on June 28th. This presents a splendid opportunity for the public as well as V.S.C.C. members to see historic cars in spirited action at the natural setting of a road circuit. Apart from the races, which include the Seaman Memorial...

Page 50 of December 1982 archive issue thumbnail Page 50, December 1982

Veteran Edwardian Vintage

A SECTION DEVOTED TO OLD CAR MATTERS A Country Garage Between The Wars THE other day I drove in an Alfa Romeo Giulietta 2.0 into the complexities of Woodley, from the M4, to chat with Mr. H. E. Neville, now aged 82, who remembered when this was all open country. He came to Wooburn Green with his parents, who were starting a public house there, in 1900. This venture was not a great success but the...

Page 40 of December 1930 archive issue thumbnail Page 40, December 1930

Gliding Gossip and News

Gliding Gossip and News THE London Gliding Club has now moved its headquarters from 44a, Dover Street, W.1., to a new address. In future all communications should be sent to :—The Secretary, London Gliding Club, Empire House, 8, St. Martins Le Grand, London, E.C.1. . Bad weather conditions during the past few weeks have impeded the club's operations rather considerably. Nevertheless,...

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