["THE BROOKLANDS GAZETTE" will deal with all matters pertaining to motoring sport in all its forms in an impartial manner. Consequently, the Editor does not necessarily associate himself with the...
Editorial Notes ... 231-232 Motoring Sportsmen 233-234
Motor Cycles of 1925 ... 235
Springing for Speed ... 230-238
A New Sporting Risk ... 238 Insurance for Motoring Sportsmen 239...
As is unavoidable, perhaps, when as now, a change of editorship occurs, certain matters, already presumed to be finally settled, come up again for discussion. Our selection...
NOTICE TO CLUB SECRETARIES.
Club Secretaries are specially invited to send the Editor paragraphs about the activities of their Clubs, and, in particular, notice of forthcoming events. All reports of...
NOTICE TO CONTRIBUTORS.
All contributions, whether literary, artistic or photographic, will be carefully considered by the Editor. A stamped, addressed envelope should be sent with every contribution...
by the Editor-1 No. 5. B. S. Marshall.
WE rather fancy we placed Mr. B. S. Marshall on the horns of a dilemma. He didn't want to be interviewed—he dislikes publicity of any kind, and...
SOME 1925 MOTOR CYCLES.
SPECIAL FEATURES OV THESE MACHINES: in the 0.E.C.-Blackhurne, the frame construction: in the Levis, also, the frame (curved top tube) : in the Scott-Squirrel, the general...
SPRINGING FOR SPEED.
Mr. J. G. Parry Thomas's Idea for Improving the Suspension of Road Vehicles.
Springs and Torque Eliminated.
TN nearly all ordinary systems of suspension as A employed on motor...
A NEW SPORTING RISK.
ALEGAL case of considerable interest to motor sportsmen was decided last month, when, in the High Court of Justice, King's Bench Division, a Mr. Davi11 brought an action against...
INSURANCE AND MOTOR SPORTSMEN.
Limitations of the Application of this Safeguard to Riders in Sporting Events, and some of the Reasons for them.
By J. H. ROGERSON.
" The liability of the Company under...
Travel the Sunbeam way AllotheoYearoRound.
C-CHE 20/60 h.p. six-cylinder Sunbeam with open touring body is an "all-the-year-round car in which Sunbeam quality extends even to the...
A.C. SPORTING CARS.
The Touring Models, Sports Models, and Racing Chassis.
THE A.C. Sporting car is naturally a direct descendant of the A.C. Touring car. The specification of the two are, as regards...
ITS OF THE YEAR.
Top Row : Start of the Senior T. Ultra-Lightweight ; and a typical On the Left: J. G. Parry Thomas c ing driver and car of the year ; an opening of the Montihkry Track...
SPORTING NEWS OF THE MONTH.
Monza, Liverpool, Coventry, Montlhery.
On this and the following pages are reproduced photographs of some of the leading racing motorists of the year. Particulars are...
Sporting Gossip from all Parts of the World. By "ACCELERATOR."
INOTE that some interesting proposals are to be laid before the Association Internationale des Automobile Club Reconnus,...
NOVEMBER RECORDS AT BROOKLANDS.
Many Motor Cycle Records.
As is usually the case, a good many motor cycle manufacturers utilized Brooklands during November for establishing records with their...
SALE & DISTRICT MOTOR CYCLE CLUB.
This Club's Annual Hill Cup Trial was run off recently, in an interesting way, on lines which the Committee of the Club have found to be most generally...
November has been a busy month for this Club. The Revenge Trial was held on the i6th, and the Reliability Trial for the Percy Butler Challenge Shield was held on Saturday and Sunday the 22nd and 23rd...
A.C.U. MOTOR CYCLE COMPETITIONS IN 1925.
The principal motor cycling fixtures for 1925 have now been arranged by the Auto-Cycle Union, and in all thirty-four applications for permits to hold open...
1.1w Editor, THE BR( )K I. \NI I WAR SIR,
The BROOKLANDS GAZETTE just to hand. I shall always look forward to each new number, and I wish you every success.
Yours faithfully, H. W. N....
The following are the principal Records as they stand at present. A full statement of all Car and Motor Cycle Records is contained respectively in The Brooklands Year Book for 1924-1925 and in the B....