April 1927

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Tall's/zed on /le grsl ofeaclz Monill !Price Pfeil /4/per annum postifee No. 10 incorporating THE BROOKLANDE GAZETTE PROPRIETORS RADCLYFFE & HUTCHINGS, LTD., 28 VICTORIA STREET LONDON, s.w.i....
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GREAT RACING MARQUES. H.-FIAT. By E. K. H. KARSLAKE. THE Italian motor industry is not very imposing either from the point of view of the number of firms manufacturing cars, or their total production...
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HERE AND THERE. A Little 'Un "Down Under." One of the most strenuous events in Australia is the 1,000 mile Six Days Trial organised by the New South Wales M.C.C. In this event, out of the 35 who...
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SPORTING CARS ON TEST: The 22-90 Super-Sports Alfa-Romeo. By RICHARD TWEINETREES. THE Alfa-Romeo car came into prominence in this country largely as the result of the remarkable successes it achieved...
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A Famous Motor Cyclist. Motor-cyclists will be interested to hear that Col. T. E. Lawrence, the "Uncrowned King of Arabia," whose latest book has created a sensation by being published at £4,000 a...
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CAMBERLEY, 1927. Obscure Observations on a Nightmare Event. By JONAH. THE first essential to carefree trials riding, especially in events of the scramble variety, is that the machine must...
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SPORTING MACHINES ON TEST: THE T.T. MODEL TRIUMPH. By L.A.H. FOR some years the sporting fraternity have eagerly awaited and hoped for the advent of a Triumph machine on the lines of Victor Horsman's...
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Recent Sporting Tents in Pictures
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MOTORING SPORTSMEN. Mr. Harold Walter Purdy. By THE EDITOR. MR. H. W. PURDY, who is known to the majority of our readers for his fine performances on the Brooklands Track on his Alvis and Bugatti...
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at full throttle to convert the economical mixture into that for maximum power. Carburettor adjustments and tuning up are much simplified by this special feature as the functions of the carburettor...
TUNING CARBURETTORS FOR COMPETITION EVENTS. THE CLAUDEL-HOBSON. WHEN endeavouring to obtain the maximum power and acceleration from any carburetter it is practically impossible to secure any setting...
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THE INTER-UNIVERSITY HILL CLIMB. Oxford beat Cambridge by One point. AFTER four years of annual defeats in this contest, the Oxford University Motor Club have at last "stopped the rot," in spite of...
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RACING NEWS OF THE MONTH. By E. K. GRAND PRIX DE L'OUVERTURE. ROBF,RT BENOIST gave a taste of the quality of this year's Grand Prix Delage by winning the opening race on the Montlhery track on 13th...
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WILSON MOTORS AND THE " BURGHLEY " MODELS. WE recently had the pleasure of inspecting the premises of Messrs. Wilson Motors, of 7, Eccleston Street, S.W.1, who have long been famous as the producers...
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"1"°A0-^#'Ned'Ar-P•-^Are.A.e-Pskro'dVs".'Vsl HINTS ON THE TUNING AND MAINTENANCE OF THE P. & M. PANTHER. By C. T. ASHBY & F. C. TOWNSHEND. IT is a commonly accepted fact that the P. & M....
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HERE AND THERE. London-Edinburgh for 3/4. On Thursday, 24th March, Mrs. Grenfell, the wellknown lady competition rider, set out from London on a Francis-Barnett motorcycle with a 1.47 h.p. Villiers...

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