Articles tagged T. A. S.

Page 28 of September 1968 archive issue thumbnail Page 28, September 1968

Road Test:

What is the Reliant GT really like? The Editor Drives the Latest 3-litre Ford V6-engined Scimitar Reliant, for most people, implies a 4-cylinder three-wheeler. These economy devices have, with the aid of the Leyland takeover, rendered the Reliant Motor Company of Tamworth, Staffs., Britain's second-largest producer of motor vehicles, if you ignore (probably at your peril) those financed by...

Page 22 of July 1952 archive issue thumbnail Page 22, July 1952

Cars I have owned, by RC Symondson

RC Symondson is well known in club circles as the steady driver of a Type 57 Bugatti which in club races can usually be relied on to lead home modern, larger sports cars. He is something of a connoisseur of good handling in a motor car, and witness his article on steering in Motor Sport during the war. In the article below he describes the interesting vehicles he has owned, starting with the...

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Brooklands Society News

The Brooklands Re-union on July 6th was almost washed-out by continual heavy rain, but it takes more than this to quench motoring nostalgia, and a large number of Members and Associates turned out for the tour of the old Track, by kind permission of the British Aircraft Corporation. As is traditional, pre-war cars headed the cavalcade which wound through the grounds, in at the old Fork entrance...

Page 6 of April 1932 archive issue thumbnail Page 6, April 1932


BROOKLANDS EASTER MEETING FINE PERFORMANCES ACHIEVED UNDER DIFFICULT CONDITIONS AUSTIN'S HIGH SPEED ALTHOUGH this was not the first event held this year at the track, one never feels that the season has really started till the B.A.R.C. have held their first meeting, which in this case had the added attraction of being the Easter event, and drew a very good atten dance. The weather over the whole...

Page 8 of December 1936 archive issue thumbnail Page 8, December 1936


THE BUGATTI OF 1937 Two Bugatti models will be offered for next season, the 3.3-litre Type 57 and the Type 575, or " Competition " edition of the 3.3-litre. A very beantifully produced catalogue has arrived from Molsheim, the frolitispieee of which reminds us that Ettore Bugatti is still very busy with rail-cars, as well as recalling the outstanding successes which the maroue gained in this year'...

Page 26 of February 1961 archive issue thumbnail Page 26, February 1961


Boats We visited the Daily Express International Boat Show at Earls Court on Press Pre-View day and found Naval skin-divers braving the filthy water of the Cote d'Azur harbour for the benefit of the cameramen, a young lady all but falling into the same dingy harbour while demonstrating a pair of huge floating shoes to the Press, and the loud-hailer telling the Shop Stewards that they would be...

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Brooklands Society News

The Brooklands Society held a social evening at the "Steering Wheel" on May 24th, which was combined with J. H. Morgan's Brooklands' Personalities gathering at this Club. Amongst those present were Mr. and Mrs. Alan Hess, Mr. and Mrs. King-Farlow, Mr. and Mrs. Boddy, John Morgan and family, Jack Barclay, Clive Windsor-Richards, Dudley Gahagan, "Wilkie" Wilkinson, Cyril Posthumus, N. W. Lewis, T....

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Book Reviews

"Move Over!" by Russell Brockbank. 64 pp. 9-7/8 in. x 7-1/3 in. (Temple Press Books, Bowling Green Lane, London, E.C.1. 10s. 6d.) This is the fifth of the inimitable Brockbank's books of motoring cartoons, of which his first and third ("Round the Bend" and "Over the Line") have gone into second impressions and his second ("Up The Straight") into five impressions. The cartoons, with one exception...

Page 22 of June 1946 archive issue thumbnail Page 22, June 1946

Practice at Prescott

Surprisingly few people took the opportunity of using Prescott Hill over the week-end of May 4th and 5th for practising purposes. The hill had just been resurfaced and was in a very slippery state, and those who attended had their work cut out to find much adhesion, especially with partly-worn racing covers. K. W. Bear, with his 3-litre special 4.9 Le Mans car and Type 51, and C. Lambton with a...

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WONDERFUL FIELD FOR THE INTERNATIONAL TROPHY. ALTHOUGH the entry list at single fees does not close until the 31st of this month, and at double fees on April 12th, a very imposing list of cars has been entered for the J.C.C. International Trophy race on April 28th. No official list is yet available but the following drivers have already filed their entry forms : Group I, Sir M. Campbell (Sunbeam...



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