Articles tagged Puget

Page 9 of March 1949 archive issue thumbnail Page 9, March 1949

Reports of Recent Events

Bristol M.C. & L.C.C. Spring Half-Day Trial Held on January 14th, the results were: M.C.C. Cup: K. Burgess (Allard). First-Class Awards: G. Best (M.G.), A. Faulkener (Mercury), C. C. Evans (Daisy). Second-Class Awards: L. Parker (Allard), L. Morrish (M.G.), H. E. Roberts (Morris). Bristol M.C. & L.C.C. Full Moon Cup Trial Run on February 12th this trial embraced Stroud Lane, Oatlands,...

Page 54 of March 1985 archive issue thumbnail Page 54, March 1985

Monte Carlo Rally

Winning margins of the order of 13 minutes are normally associated only with endurance rallies such as the Safari, or, in Europe, only with something as rough and demanding as the Acropolis. Those based on comparatively short and smooth special stages — as the majority in Europe are — usually produce results in which the leaders are separated by mere seconds. It is all the more praiseworthy,...

Page 6 of March 1987 archive issue thumbnail Page 6, March 1987

Manipulated Monte

Last year's World Rally Championship can only be described as a confused, tragic muddle. There were the dreadful deaths of both competitors and spectators, drastic new vehicle rules with new ambiguities, unjust disqualifications, unwarranted violation of the rights of organisers to run their events as they wish, and such culpable procrastination by the sport's administrators that even when the...

Page 35 of March 1994 archive issue thumbnail Page 35, March 1994

3rd time lucky

Rally review After two near-misses, François Delecour's luck finally held together in Monte-Carlo,the Frenchman giving Ford its first victory in the event for some 41 years It has been said more than once that the economy of the Principality of Monaco is based on the turn of a card, the throw of a dice and the spin of a wheel. Even of such a tiny state without any real industry of its own that...

Page 62 of March 1983 archive issue thumbnail Page 62, March 1983

Monte-Carlo Rally

Yorkshiremen would liken it to apple pie without the cheese, Welshmen to the Llanelli rugby posts without their sospan cappings, whilst Scots would probably mutter darkly about kilts without their sporrans. The latter are essential parts of the former. Separated, they become meaningless, and many will consider this to have been the fate of January's Monte-Carlo Rally, its essence destroyed by the...

Page 47 of March 1986 archive issue thumbnail Page 47, March 1986

Rally Review - Monte-Carlo Rally

Explorers often endured all manner of hardship and disappointment before the reward of some startling and momentous discovery. Climbers sometimes come very close indeed to giving up an attempt before forcing themselves to carry on. Success frequently demands a great deal of tenacity and determination to overcome initial despair, and this is as true of rallying as it is of any other activity...

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