Articles tagged Purolator

Page 15 of May 1963 archive issue thumbnail Page 15, May 1963

XXIII Pau Grand Prix: A Team Lotus demonstration

Pau, France, April 15th With Easter being rather early the traditional Pau Grand Prix, held on Easter Monday, suffered from many possible entries not being ready, neither Ferrari nor A.T.S. being sufficiently advanced with their new cars to take part in the 100-lap "round-the-houses" race. Fifteen drivers were assembled for the first practice, which took place on Saturday afternoon, but only...

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Showmanship and Stability the key to NASCAR success

Although the National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing (NASCAR) has been an exclusively post-war development on the racing scene in the United States, it now holds a position of strength as one of the healthiest racing formulae in the World. In Europe, saloon-car racing has enjoyed great popularity over the past twenty years, but there has always been an underlying awareness that its role is...

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It is now possible to publish details about that exciting British high-performance car, the Aston-Martin DB3. The first version of this 21/2-litre all-enveloping two-seater competition car appeared as long ago as last September, when Lance Macklin drove the prototype in the RAC Dundrod TT, retiring, after a fast run, with a split exhaust manifold. Since then these cars have performed well in a...

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When you change the oil, change the filter, too

When you change the oil, change the filter, too How can you tell when your filter has reached capacity—when it can trap and hold no more dangerous specks of abrasive dirt? Some types can be inspected periodically, though that can be a messy and awkward job. The one really sure way is to change your filter when you change your oil—to protect your engine with the perfect combination of safe...

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Saloon car racing USA

A look at the NASCAR stockers In the grand scheme of international motor racing, saloon car racing has never figured very prominently by comparison with Formula One for instance, for it lacks the glamour and prestige of the premier class. In America however, it is a completely different situation for NASCAR's (National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing) Grand National stock car series ranks...

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Some Accessories at Earls Court

AC-DELCO Stand 348 A large display of motor accessories is shown on this stand, consisting of sparking plugs, fuel pumps, oil filters, speedometers, air cleaners, ignition coils and many other electrical components used in the motor industry. AUTOMOTIVE PRODUCTS CO. LTD. Stands 369, 372 and 383 The full range of products of this group continues unchanged apart from the addition of a dry-type...

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Six hours for lunch

No, not for the meal. This was the time it took me to drive to and from Silverstone for the Automotive Products' party to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of this flourishing industrial complex. An important part of it was a Cavalcade, over two laps of the GP circuit, of cars in which AP products have figured down the past five decades. A fine parade of 55 vehicles, ranging from a Rickman Metisse...

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The Petty rivalry of David Pearson

While Richard Petty may be remembered as the greatest stock drive of all time, his nemesis was a reticent understated racer from Carolina. Jonathan Ingram remembers the career of David Pearson The day I first met David Pearson, I was enquiring at his motel room door if he was available for an interview. He said sure, walking into the parking lot of the Sheraton Swamp Fox Inn near Florence, South...

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RUMBLINGS Britain's battle-of-the-babies, referred to editorially this month, warmed up when Sir John Black released details of his new 8-h.p. Standard on September 14th, the 50th anal THE NEW versary of the Standard Motor Co. Ltd. STANDARD EIGHT Previous to this the economy-car market was restrieted to the Ford Anglia, obsolete this year, the Morris Minor and Austin A30 sharing the same 800-c.c...

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The Accessories and Components Section

Details follow of the exhibits of those exhibitors who have submitted details to Motor Sport:— A.C. SPHINX Stand 312 Sparking plugs, plug-cleaning machinery, air-cleaners, air-silencers, fuel pumps, oil filters, instruments, thermostats, radiator caps, fuel filters, etc., will attract the enthusiast to this stand.A.C.-Sphinx Spark Plug Co., Dunstable, Beds. AUTOCAR ELECTRICAL Stand 340 On this...



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