April 1941

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WHEN MOTOR SPORT suggested, at the beginning of the war, that a trial or other contest might be organised and entries taken from amongst Service and Home Defence personnel, we hardly expected such a...
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[The "layman" being Douglas Tubbs, to whom we are indebted for this most informative account of Eyston's British long-distance and sprint records.—ed.] The Bonneville Salt Flats aren't at Bonneville...
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[In the December, 1940, issue J. L. Wyer gave some extremely interesting and hitherto unpublished information about the Sunbeam racing cars of the 1919-27 period, which resulted in a letter from the...
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The owner of the 8-litre Bentley looks back down 45 motoring years IT is a safe bet that at the time Hitler launched the greatest gamble ever few sports car drivers "coming under starter's orders"...
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[In which Mr. Geoffrey Frank, of Liverpool, details his experiences with a very large and varied number of marques.—ed.] ALTHOUGH I started to drive the family Daimler in 1913, at the tender age of...
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Photographic Studies by LOUIS KLEMANTASKI My introduction to Bugattis was caused by a gradual awakening to the deficiencies of my first four cars: the first three, a Salmson, Cup Model Austin and...
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[When we published the article by A. F. Scroggs on his Trojan, lots of our friends suggested that this must be the most unusual competition car ever. So we cannot resist publishing details of the...
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101 Things ONE of the most fascinating aspects of motoring sports indeed, the factor which makes our game so different from other pastimes, is the variety embraced, both in respect of scene and...
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C. U. A. C. The Cambridge University Automobile Club's dinner of March 8th, so ably organised by J. B. Jesty, was highly successful. Forty-five persons attended, in spite of existing difficulties....
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Sir, I felt that I just had to send my humble thanks for keeping at least the thoughts of "the Sport" going in such a wonderful manner. MOTOR SPORT to me, and I am sure to every other enthusiast in...
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E. S. Tompkins, B.Sc., A.R.P.S., a contributor to this paper, was scheduled to present a lecture on "Speed Photography—Motor-Racing" before the Royal Photographic Society last November, but the war...
 [The case against the present style sports car is clearly stated in the article which follows by R. C. S. Strachan. We do not agree with the author's views and we certainly do not share his...
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Sir, This is the first time I have written to you, although I have been an enthusiastic reader of MOTOR SPORT for several years. I thought that my reminiscences of cars that I and my friends have...

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