Articles tagged M.G.

Page 7 of August 1937 archive issue thumbnail Page 7, August 1937


THE J.C.C. FIFTH INTERNATIONAL TROPHY RACE RAYMOND MAYS, WITH THE 2-LITRE E.R.A.. WINS AT 82.3 M.P.H. " BIRA " (MASERATI) RETIRES AFTER A GREAT DUEL. ONLY FOUR FINISH WITHIN TIME LIMIT AVERY classic contest is the Junior Car Club's International Trophy Race, this year the third big race to be held at Brooklands. Ever original, the J.C.C. this time arranged a rolling start, the first ever used in...

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

Fixtures For July

R. = Restricted Event. C. = Closed Event.  C.I. = Closed Invitation Event. N. = National Event. I. = International Event. 1st.-Royal Scottish A.C. N. Hill-Climb, Rest-and-be-Thankful.       Midland M.E.C. C. I. Race Meeting, Silverstone.       Ulster A.C. C. Race Meeting, Newtownards.       Wirral 100 M.C. C. Speed Trial, Rhydymwyn. 1st/2nd.--B.A.R.C. C. Eastbourne Rally, Eastbourne. 2nd.--West...

Page 3 of October 1949 archive issue thumbnail Page 3, October 1949

Matters of Moment

The 34th International Earls Court Motor Exhibition On the day this issue of Motor Sport is published, the second British post-war S.M.M.T. Motor Exhibition will open at Earls Court. It will be fully representative of modern European and American automobile engineering, for the 51 car exhibitors representing the products of 32 British, 16 American, seven French and three Italian manufacturers. In...

Page 28 of June 1950 archive issue thumbnail Page 28, June 1950

Alfas In The Van!

ALFAS IN THE VAN!--Two shots taken in close succession, of the field starting in the G.P. de l'Europe. SECOND HOME was Luigi Fagioli, ex-Mercedes-Benz driver, whose Alfa-Romeo averaged 90.92 m.p.h. and crossed the finishing line 0.4 sec. after Farina's. He is here seen driving very fast into the Hangar straight. THIRD TO FINISH was our own Reg. Parnell, fourth man of the Alfa-Romeo team who...

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The Ford National Museum

An interesting and instructive extract from a letter written by Leading Naval Airman D.B. McLean, of the R.N.Z.A.F., describing some of the cars he saw whilst in Detroit, U.S.A. We had not realised just how extensive, and of what appeal to the enthusiast, is the Ford Motor Company's National Automobile Museum at Detroit until the other day. It so happened that last summer Leading Naval Airman D....

Page 9 of December 1934 archive issue thumbnail Page 9, December 1934


A MONTH OF RECORD-BREAKING AMAZING FIGURES SET UP BY AUTO-UNION AND MIIRCEDES—BENZ. The Amazing Auto-Union. TO anyone who knows the performance of the 1934 Grand Prix racing cars it must have been obvious that they would make serious inroads on the list of International Class records as soon as their racing activities allowed them to indulge in this branch of the sport. Some hint of this was...

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BUYING BRITISH WNETHER anyone in this country will feel inclined to purchase German or Italian ears after the war, assuming there is a single Axis factory left intact to manufacture such complex products, seems a debatable point. We rather doubt if these countries will walk into international affairs within three years of the armistice in *as big a way as they did last time. For many, many years...

Page 13 of July 1950 archive issue thumbnail Page 13, July 1950

The Eight Clubs At Silverstone

ON June 3rd eight clubs—Hants & Berks, Darrow, Cernian, Chiltern, 750, Lagonda, Lancia and A.C. Owners—got together for a race meeting at Silverstone. The day was an immense success, largely thanks to the organising ability of Barclay Ingliss of the first-named club. Two one-hour high-speed trials preceded the races, the first for 1,100-c.c. and 1 1/2-litre cars, the second for 3-litre and...

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Early Motorists Among The Alps

By "Baladeur" This month, from the 12th to 21st, competitors will be engaged in the Alpine Trial. This contribution of "Baladeur's" is therefore topical and will enable present-day drivers in the Alps to judge how their fellows of Veteran and Edwardian times regarded the routes they are about to storm.—Ed. IN the eighteenth century, before the days of the Romantic Movement, the traveller who was...

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Sorting Out Speed!

Study the International Class records as they existed at the outbreak of war and what do you find? That the highest speed achieved by a 350-c.c. car is Cecchini's. 91.3 m.p.h. with the Moscerino. That the fastest 500-c.c. record belongs to Count Lurani's Nibbio at 106.7 m.p.h., and that amongst the 750-c.c. cars Bobbie Kohlrausch 's M.G. has achieved 140.7 m.p.h. Going on through the lists one...



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