April 1933

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coNT ENTS PAGE LAND. Brooklands Again ... Men behind the scenes—Mr. W. H. Freeman Alfa Romeo Victory in the Swedish G.P. Honouring Sir Malcolm Campbell ... R.A.C. Rally ... What do you know about...
EDITORIAL. ESERVATION OR PROGRESS? THE sport of motor-racing, while having an assured popularity among the general public in Great Britain, continues to be frowned upon by the powers-that-be. To...
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BROOKLANDS AGAIN! AN INTERESTING MEETING, I N SPITE OF LIMITED FACILITIES FOR RACING. GOOD PERFORMANCES BY R. L. BOWES (BUGATTI) AND OLIVER BERTRAM (DELAGE). AS if to compensate the Brooklands...
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MEN EHIND THE SCENES. No. I. Mr. N. W. H. FREEMAN. F the thousands of spectators who stand at the side of road or track, cheering the drivers of racing cars as they flash by, how many give a thought...
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ALFA ROMEO vicr * RY IN SWE ISH WINTER G.P. WIKTOR WIDENGREN CROSSES THE LINE 4 MINUTES AHEAD OF E. BJORNSTAD, ALSO DRIVING AN ALFA-ROMEO THE Swedish Winter Grand Prix, held at Ramen, is the big...
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HONOURING SIR MALCOLM CAMPBELL H.R.H. PRINCE GEORGE PRESIDES AT HONOUR OF THE WORLD'S BANQUET GIVEN BY THE B.R.D.C. IN LAND SPEED RECORD HOLDER. ON Tuesday, March 14th, British racing drivers and...
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THE R.A.C. RALLY Victories for Rover, A. C. and Riley in the three classes THE second R.A.C. Rally, which concluded at Hastings on March 18th, proved as great a success as was the Torquay Rally of...
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What Do You Know About Cars ? THE SECOND PROBLEM IN NEW COMPETITION FOR MOTOR SPORT READERS. Report on Problem No. 1. THE make of car shown in the reflection of a headlamp, which formed the first...
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LETTERS FROM READE S. THE FAIREY MONOPLANE. SIR,—Re photograph of a Fairey Long-Range monoplane on page 236 in your March edition. Could you tell me what has happened to the top half of the " prop'...
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THE 20-70 H.P. SPORTS FIAT A LIVELY CAR OF ATTRACTIVE APPEARANCE WHETHER the powerful sun acts as a stimulus on the continental designer's brain, or whether he is driven to making striking and gay...
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fl II. Itumbuings That 273 m.p.h. IT is a permanent regret of mine that I have not had the good fortune of being present at one of Sir Malcolm Campbell's record-breaking runs at Daytona Beach. When...
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WHY CARS BREAK DOWN INTERESTING POINTS IN THE R.A.C. ANNUAL ANALYSIS OF THE CAUSES OF FAILURE THE analysis of the causes of breakdowns in motor cars issued annually by the R.A.C. is now available. In...
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CONTINENTAL NOTES. CITROENS ON MONTLHERY AS announced in last month's MOTOR SPORT two longdistance record attempts have . recently been started at Montlhery track. The first car to start was the 10 h...
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MUDLARKING IN SURREY F. S. BARNES (SINGER) MAKES BEST PERFORMANCE IN THE LIGHT CAR CLUB'S HALF DAY TRIAL. REALLY worth while " ! seemed to be the general trend of the remarks overheard at the finish...
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ABOLISHING THE GREASE GUN ANOTHER LINK IN THE CHAIN OF "TROUBLE-FREE MOTORING" FORGED BY THE CASTROL " LUBREQUIPMENT " SERVICE. (1.N1L by one the old bug-bears of motoring are being removed. Self1.-1...
FORTHCOMING EVENTS MOTORING FIXTURES FOR 1933. APRIL. 1st. Southport M.C. Race Meeting. 2nd. Cambridge U.A.C. Reliability Trial. 2nd. Hornet C.C. Scavenge Hunt. 4th. La Turbie Hill Climb. 8th-9th....
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THE J.C.C. AT 1: ROOKLANDS MANY FAILURES IN TESTS SIMILAR TO THOSE SET AT HASTINGS. FOR their opening Rally, the Junior Car Club had the excellent idea of using the tests in slow running,...
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Otia The Point to Point trial was held on March 19th over a course in Herts. The most severe section was" Scrubbs Wood," also named "Suction Swamp." This section was timed and the outstanding...
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HERE AND THERE More Records at Muroc. FOLLOWING Stubby Stubblefield's records with the Gilmore Special on the dry lake-bed at Muroc, Cal., a standard Auburn 12-cylinder 6418 c.c. chassis, slightly...
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[Motor Sport Photograph. THE 25 H.P. ROLLS-ROYCE THE TRAITS OF THE LARGER CHASSIS, ACKNOWLEDGED TO BE THE BEST IN THE WORLD, EMBODIED IN A DIGNIFIED, YET BRISK MOTOR-CAR LONG acknowledged supreme in...
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THE HOME OF CRAFTMANSHIP THE BUILDING OF ROLLS-ROYCE CARS. BEHIND an institution as famous as that of the Derby works of RollsRoyce one always finds an interesting history. Even to deal briefly with...
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pce's Motorine is thoroughly at home in a burst of speed—revels in revs— takes even a supercharged engine in its stride. In fact, Motorine urges every motor to run faster—to accelerate quicker—to...
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THREE DISTINCTIVE THE ROLLS ROYCE ODIES ON CHASSIS THE Hastings Rally was notable for the fine specimens of closed coachwork which were seen in the Coachwork Competition. The winning car in the large...
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AND AT GOPSALL PARK As if to demonstrate just how speed trials should be run, the event organised by the Cambridge Automobile Club at Gopsall Park was well up to schedule throughout the day. The...
RESULTS. Sports Cars. Up to 850 c.c. class. 1. E M. Clark, Austin (747 c.c.), 52.8 secs. 851-1,100 c.c. class. 1. S. W. Jackson, Riley (1,089 c.c.), 37.3 secs. 2. M. F. L. Falkner, Salmson (1,087 c.c...
THE VARSITIES AT EYNSHAM ANYONE who attended the InterVarsity Acceleration Tests on the wind-swept Eynsham By-Pass in 1932 was not a bit surprised that the most appalling weather conditions should...
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ROLLS-ROYCE HAVE A GOOD YEAR. THE Directors of Rolls-Royce, Ltd., at their Meeting on March 10th, decided to recommend at the Annual Meeting at Derby on April 7th, 1933, that a dividend be paid at...
SAND RACING AT SOUTHPORT. GOOD PERFORMANCE BY J. FIELD (BUGATTI) AND P. STEPHENSON (AUSTIN). THE Southport Motor Club were fortunate in the weather for the opening meeting of the year, held on March...
RESULTS. STRAIGHT MILE. Up to 750 c.c.-P. Stephenson (Austin), C. D. Parish (Austin), W. L. Thompson (Austin). Up to 1,100 c.c.-P. Stephenson (Austin), W. L. Thompson (Austin), C. D. Parish (Austin...
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Announcement In response to many requests from our readers for a regular bulletin *of motor racing news fronz the United States, we have pleasure in announcing that we have secured the services of Ml...
NEWS FROM THE U.S.A. THREE AMERICANS TO CHALLENGE ENGLAND'S SPEED SUPREMACY AFTER having been absent from competition for the world's one mile speed record for five years, it now appears that the...
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A NOTE OF WARNING A clear, penetrating horn is an essentnl part of a sports car's equ'pment, and the note of the new Sailor R2 is of such volume that it positively commands attent'on. In addition,...
RESULTS. COACHWORK COMPETITION RESULTS. (In each class (a) signifies over 16 h.p. (b) 10 h.p. to 16 h.p. (c) up to 10 h.p.) Class 1. Open two-seaters.—(a) M. L. Curtis (Ford) ; (b) Mrs. N. A. Moss (...
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A FAST LIFE FUNNY MOTORBOATING FILM. A REALLY IN the little M.G.M. Theatre there issued a series of guffaws punctuated by roars of hearty laughter. A group of sour-looking critics and representatives...
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496 c.c 4-cyl. Supercharged B ugatti, formerly the property of C. S. Stamlaud, and the ca identil car on which he secured many records, this car has lapped Brooklands at 120 m.p.h., and the Mountain...
ALFA-ROMEO. 6ILF A-ROMEO 1931 2-litre attractive drop-head 1 4-seater coupe, one owner, cost over £1,000, £595. 93 2 -cillitre. siuspedrrchopa-teadagucaoruantteecd 100 tLT.6p6h0; chrontium wheels,...
DE DION 1900 DE DION', single cylinder, 22 .h.p. Tr-car, in absolutely original condition throughout. Two speed, chain drive to single rear wheel, and fitted with the early wick-type carburettor....
EXCHANGE EXCHANGE,. Dismantled 1923 Ruby engine, for old type Frazer Nash, F.W.B. axle, complete. Phone, Enfield 0643.
FRAZER NASH VRAZER NASH Cars, Falcon Works, London Road, Isleworth (Hounslow 3172) have for disposal a number of reconditioned cars.—Full particulars on application. 1 (IQ Pi OLTI,OGNE 0.H .V . twin-...
JOWETT F.0 .0 I,T D . , 35 guaranteed second hand J owetts in stock this week. Send for Free List. V O.C.H.1933, 7 11,p., "Kestrel," long saloon de luxe, 4-doors, special dual green and black colour...
M.G. MIDGET F'.C.11. 1932 model, 8 h.p., coachbuilt coupe, two-tone brown, sunshine roof, dual screenwiper, very carefully used, magnificent condition, one owner. 139 gns. —3/5, Heath Street, N.W.3....
EXPERT advice on purchase of all second-hand sports and racing cars, fee £1 Is. Department devoted entirely to repairs and tuning high-class sports and racing cars. L.C. RAWLENCE AND CO., 5, Lower...
ROVER. V.O.C.H. 1930 (late) 2-litre Sportsman's coupe, I: brown, F.W.B., cycle-type wings, carefully used, exceptional condition. 59 gns.-3/5, Heath Street, N.W.3. Hampstead 2215/6. Open Sunday...
SALMSON. DUDLEY offers the following SALMSON bargains :— M.P.H. full Grand Prix San Sebastian SALM SON, 4 speeds, close-ratio gearbox, highratio axle, roller bearing engine, tubular con. rods,...
USED SPORTS CARS FOR SALE (continued). H.E. 1 931 H.E. SIX, fitted Martin-Walter Special S. Sports body. Total ,mileage 5,000. Amazing performance. Magnificent appearance. Tours 65 m.p.h. As new. £...
USED SPORTS CARS FOR SALE. ARAB DUDLEY offers the following ARAB bargains:— 90 M.P.H. ARAB streamline 2-seater, 12.9 h.p. 1929, finished grey and green cellulose, ribbed cycle wings, Rudge wire...
WANTED.— A N Z AN I engine. Boulogne type V V or similar, suilat,1( for Frazer Nash.— Johnson, Ashley, Dunmurry, Belfast.
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