April 1947

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It seems that even Nature is intent upon damping the spirits of the H.L.M. at Whinlands, and it isn't only their spirits that are getting damp. There's water everywhere, and still more coming from...
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Southampton M.C. President's Trophy Trial The finalised results are now to hand. Imhof (Allard) won the unlimited class, not Burgess as we stated last month, but Burgess's Allard took the Committee...
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The Wolseley-Special "Ophelia" and A.C.-G.N. "Starkadder" described by the joint owners and builders, T. C. G. Butler and C. C. Evans. "Ophelia" It was three years before the war when we decided that...
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By "Baladeur" About twenty years ago I was rather intimately acquainted with a 1,500-c.c. Ceirano. It was rather a pretty car, with a 4-seater body and well-pronounced shoulder line from radiator to...
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A Series of Interviews with Personalities famous in the Realms of Motoring Sport No. 13 — Reginald Parnell To travel 15,000 miles in one season in the pursuit of motor racing indicates either a great...
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Part II [Last month we dealt with the Austin Seven racing history from 1928 to 1930. This concluding instalment covers the period 1931-1939 and embraces the famous twin o.h.c. cars. — Ed.] Early in...
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Sir, I was very interested to read the excellent account of 3-litre Bentley history in the February issue. It is, as far as I can make out, the most complete treatise so far compiled on this classic...
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Important Announcement "Motor Sport" Brooklands Fund In view of the splendid way in which Brooklands Motor Course served the motoring fraternity until a few years ago, Motor Sport has decided that...
The first British International race is being held at St. Heliers, Jersey, on May 8th. The organisers are the Jersey M.C. and L.C.C. and the J.C.C. The course embraces 1 1/2 miles of St. Helier...
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Motor Sport Road Test (Post-war Series) No. 3 A very refined small car with lively performance. Smooth-handling qualities allied to effortless running. The first car which the present writer road-...
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General Knowledge? Not everyone shares our enthusiasm for digging out forgotten history concerning little-known cars. But most enthusiasts pride themselves on their knowledge of sports-cars, and, the...
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Maserati Success in First Post-Waw Argentine Grand Prix Luigi Villoresi beats Varzi's 3-litre Alfa-Romeo in 1 1/2-litre 16-valve car Before a large crowd, which included the President of Argentina,...
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We Hear Arthur Fogg has forsaken his Scott "Flying Squirrel" and half-finished racing Scott for the ex-Lang, ex-Butler, unblown "Ulster" Austin Seven. Lt. E. C. Emmett, R.N., has acquired a 1913 G.W....
4th. — W. of E. M.C. Novices Trial. 4th and 5th. — M.C.C. Land's End Trial, Taunton. 5th. — Bristol MC. & L.C.C. Naish Trial, Naish. 5th to 8th. — Ulster A.C. Circuit of Ireland International...
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In the last issue of the Sports Car, official organ of the Sports Car Club of America, published in 1946, is an editorial by T. F. Robertson depreciating the new British sports cars. America is a...

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