Articles tagged The star

Page 17 of February 1967 archive issue thumbnail Page 17, February 1967

Racing Notes

Forthcoming Events The International racing season for 1967 is already well under way in New Zealand, Australia and the Argentine and on February 4th the really serious International scene begins, with the 24-Hour race at Daytona Speedway. The races in the Antipodes are run to the local Tasman Formula for "obsolete " cars of 2-1/2 -litres capacity, while the Argentinian Temporada races are for...

Page 35 of June 1937 archive issue thumbnail Page 35, June 1937

WHITSUN AT BROOKLANDS

WHITSUN AT BROOKLANDS BAKER-CARR WINS GOLD STAR FOR BENTLEY ALVIS, FIAT, M.G., BUGATTI, AUSTIN AND FRAZER-NASH VICTORIES At the entrance to the Weybridge Track on Whit-Monday, where the habitués and the public flocked to see another ordinary "shorts and longs" B.A.R.C. Meeting, was displayed a notice indicating that the Bimotore Alfa-Romeo would not run—probably the fist time such a notice has...

Page 5 of November 1941 archive issue thumbnail Page 5, November 1941

SCUDERIA STATHAM

SCUDERIA STATHAM [The Scuderia idea is likely to appeal particularly to younger readers who cannot achieve much when working on their own. So we have pleasure in including a description, by J. Heywood Statham, of a " Scuderia " he and his friends operated.—Edd MY brother and 1 were both fortunate in having our zest for speed and fast motor cars in some measure satisfied at an early age. My father...

Page 56 of December 1977 archive issue thumbnail Page 56, December 1977

Miniatures news

I particularly like the Targa Florio P2 Alfa Romeo, No.60 in Grand Prix Models' Classic Cars series, and their J2 MG Midget with the original fixed-cycle-type mudguards (No.58). The former has the flat-radiator and the spare wheel correctly let into the tail of this modified Alfa Romeo P2 in which Acchille Varzi won the Targa Florio in 1930. It is very detailed, even to the external fuel-piping...

Page 52 of July 1931 archive issue thumbnail Page 52, July 1931

THE SPORT AFLOAT

THE SPORT AFLOAT. T, HIS month is to be the most important in the racing man's calendar, for not only is there the Thames International meeting, but also the Bristol Yacht Club's long distance race for the Roy redden Trophy and the races for the Detroit News Trophy to be held during Southampton Week. Should this not be enough for the keen man, he can fill his time in at the London Motor Boat Club...

Page 30 of November 1975 archive issue thumbnail Page 30, November 1975

The Diamond Jubilee Motor Show

The Diamond Jubilee Motor Show FOR THE 60th Diamond Jubilee edition of the Motor Show, the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders increased the finance for staging the Earls Court annual by £75,000 to a total of £350,000. Last year the regulations controlling the way in which the vehicles were displayed were relaxed to allow a little more imagination. The same rules applied this year, so that...

Page 30 of May 1988 archive issue thumbnail Page 30, May 1988

Under scrutiny: Sauber Mercedes

The star ascendant Thirty years after Daimler-Benz’s withdrawal from racing, the Mercedes name returned to Le Mans in 1985 associated with Peter Sauber’s World Endurance Championship contender. It was not an auspicious debut for the V8 twin-turbocharged car from Hinwil, near Zurich. An aerodynamic failure of some sort caused the car to fly high into the air at the end of the Mulsanne straight and...

Page 46 of August 1966 archive issue thumbnail Page 46, August 1966

Sunbeams at Wolverhampton

July 3rd THE annual rally ot the S.T.D. Register to Wolverhampton will never reacts the impressive proportions of one-make gatherings like the Rolls-Royce and Bentley assemblies or the invasion of Austin Sevens at Beaulieu. But it has become an institution, nevertheless, and one which. I think, enjoys the distinction of being the first "return to birthplace" rallies, at all events in recent years...

Page 18 of June 1926 archive issue thumbnail Page 18, June 1926

SHORT NOTES

SHORT NOTES AND PHOTOGRAPHS OF MACHINES COMPETING IN THE TOURIST TROPHY RACES. A .J.S For 1926 this firm have made no startling alterations in the design of their T.T. machines. The bicycles are to all intents and purposes standard G.R.7 (350 c.c.) and G.io (500 c.c.) models as supplied to the public. The only deviations from standard concern the very large petrol tanks holding 3/ gallons of...

Page 28 of December 1938 archive issue thumbnail Page 28, December 1938

PRINCIPAL BROOKLANDS RACES

PRINCIPAL BROOKLANDS RACES DATE RACE DISTANCE FIRST SECON TRIED WiliNrat'S SPEED April 18 The Campbell Trophy 22} miles "B. Bira " A. C. Dobson A. B. Hyde 78.70 (E.R.A.) (E.R.A.) (Maserati) June 6 Looks King Trophy I 20 miles F. E. Elgood R. L. Duller W. M. Couper 106.41 (Bentley) (Duesenberg) (Talbot) 6 Sports-Car Handicap for 16 miles W. W. S. Bennett G. A. Wooding "B. B'ira 62.21 The Star "...

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