December 1954

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1955 Edition to be Published on December As the 1954 Season reaches its end Grenville produce yet another edition of this informative book by Denis Jenkinson. Price 9/-, postage free. Reviews for...
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Matters of Moment ... Page 675 To Brighton in a Mors ... Page 676 The Racing Mechanics... Page 680 Built for Fun ... Page 682 The M.C.C. National Rally ... Page 683 Rumblings ... Page 687 The...
Next Year's R.A.C. British Grand Prix to be Held at Aintree The. Royal Automobile Club announces that, subject to agreement on detail, the R.A.C. British Grand Prix for 1955 will he staged on the new...
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The Editor Has a Successful Ride in This Year's Outstanding R.A.C./V.C.C. Veteran Car Run November 14th this year was the actual anniversary of the original Brighton Run of 1896 and as if to...
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The first article under this heading appeared last month. It dealt with Robin Jackson and included an introduction. Ed. R. F. GREEN ”Dickey" Green, as he is invariably known to everyone within five...
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The President's Trophy Trial, organised by the Southsea M. C. took place at Longmoor, Hants, on November 14th. Weather conditions were ideal and, with twenty-five entries, an exciting day's driving...
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At one time "one-off" "specials" were built by enthusiastic amateur constructors in considerable numbers for participation in sprints, speed hill-climbs and even circuit racing. In recent years such...
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Mk. VII Jaguar Driven by E. R. Parsons and Mrs. J. G. M. Vann Wins Arduous Event. Morgan Plus Four and Triumph TR2 Finish Second and Third. This year's M.C.C. Rally, sponsored by Redex, attracted an...
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More Miniatures At the expense of risking, being told he has reached second childhood, the Editor has allowed references to motor-car miniatures to be made in these pages; they seem to have been very...
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The following description of the interesting new Lancia Grand Prix car is taken from the 1955 "Motor Sport Racing Car Review,"* a book in which all the current Grand Prix contenders are dealt with in...
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For the first time in history England is to have a Boxing Day motor-race meeting, if the plot hatched by the British Racing and Sports Car Club comes to fruition. The meeting is scheduled to take...
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The E.R.A. Anniversary Trophy, 1954 The E.R.A. Anniversary Trophy was initiated for competition this year by Humphrey Cook and the presentation of it was entrusted to the Aston Martin Owners' Club,...
R. = Restricted Event. C.= Closed Event. C.I. = Closed Invitation Event. N. = National Event. I. = International Event. 4th. — Scottish S.C.C. Rally, Glasgow. C. London M.C. Gloucester Trial,...
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An Account of a "Motoring" Trip to the Barcelona Grand Prix The Earls Court Motor Show clashing with the Spanish Grand Prix, time suddenly became a Iittle short and distances seemed very long, so...
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The Allard Clipper — £267. 15s. Sidney Allard [Correct spelling: Sydney Allard], famous for his sports cars and for winning the Monte Carlo Rally for Britain in the difficult year of 1952,...
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"Aircraft of the 1914-18 War." Edited by D. A. Russell, M.I.Mech.E. 234 pp., 11 ¼in. by 8 ½ in. (Republished by Harleyford Publications, Harleyford, Marlow, Bucks. 42s.) This remarkable work covering...
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Horace Richards wishes us to state that his Riley retired from the Goodwood Trophy Race due to a split internal oil pipe.
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The special trophy awarded to the most attractive car and lady entrant in the Concours d'Elegance, which completed the M.C.C. National Motor Rally, was won by Mrs. Lorna D. Snow with her Jaguar XK...
If one adheres unimaginatively to the ruling of the seasons, that one during which all organised sporting flying takes place is now over. There will be no more races until next May, while the smaller...
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N.B. — Opinions expressed are those of our correspondents and "Motor Sport" does not necessarily associate itself with them. — Ed. A Case for the Unconventional Sir, In the 1930s when the B.M.W....
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This year's Motor Sport Clubs Trophy, contested at Club Silverstone Race Meetings, has been won jointly by A. J. Nurse and J. Venn. Consequently, the first and second prizes (£50 and £20) have been...
In every walk of life and in connection with every sport one encounters spoilsports. Such is Simon Ward of the Daily Sketch, who saw fit to write an article about the Veteran Car Run to Brighton...
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Published by The Teesdale Publishing Co., Ltd.. 15-17, City Road, London. L.C.1, and printed by Tee & Whiten and J. Mead, Ltd., 21, City Road. London, E.C.1. Trade Agents: Horace Marshall &...

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