February 1936

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KING GEORGE V In the death of His late Majesty King George the Fifth the British Empire, and' indeed the whole world, has sustained the most profound loss. At such times as this we are affected by a...
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A PRE RALLY DIARY EN ROUTE TO TALLINN WITH A 4',-LITRE LAGONDA No matter how carefully a sports car is built, the final test of its qualities, assuming that bad luck does not intervene, will always...
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R.A.C. RALLY Intending competitors in the Royal Automobile Club Rally and Coachwork Competition are ,reminded that entries close on Wednesday next, 5th February, and all entries must reach the Club...
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Sports Cars in Winter Ignoring the fatherly warnings of the motoring bodies and the railway companies that the North of England was unsafe for motor-cars, last month I pursued a somewhat erratic path...
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Berkhamsted M.C.C.C. The old established and very active Berkhamsted and District Motor cycling Club has changed its title to that of the Berkhamsted Motor Cycle and Car Club. At the annual general...
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RALPH DE PALMA Sir,—I have recently enjoyed reading " Motor Racing and Record Breaking " by Captain Eyston and Barre Lyndon, and naturally was interested in the chapter on American Racing and...
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TUNING TALBOTS SOME NOTES by D. N. WILCOXON (In an Interview) However much motor-cars may vary in design, the same general principle applies to any sort of tuning which may be .performed On them. For...
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J.C.C.'s FIFTH RALLY Taking advantage of the fact that Brooklands will not be opening officially after its winter repairs until March, the J.C.C., by special arrangement, is holding the fifth of its...
THE ELA.R.C. Brooklands Clubhouse was so crowded on the occasion of the members' gathering that the film display which followed tea had to be given twice. Many useful suggestions were offered, the...
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THE 1.7-LITRE ADLER A HANDSOME FRONT-DRIVE CAR OF REMARKABLE STAMINA. ROAD-HOLDING AND STABILITY ASSURED BY HAVING ALL WHEELS INDEPENDENTLY SPRUNG Drivers in this country are sometimes inclined to...
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London Service Depot for Zoller Compressors The London depot of M. A. McEvoy, Ltd., Derby, which has been established in Notting Hill Gate for some years, has now been taken over by Mr. A. J. G....
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eta4 /lewd ??•••111111111111119r GREAT WEST M.C. The Great West Motor Club opened the 1936 season with its Hayward Trophy Trial on January 12. A seven-mile course was tackled twice, the start being...
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A DE-LUXE ALVIS THE NEW 31.-LITRE CAR COMBINES A STRIKING PERFORMANCE WITH THE HIGHEST STANDARDS OF SILENCE, SUSPENSION AND GOOD LOOKS If you have a friend who has a prejudice against the genus "...
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ALUMINIUM WHEELS FOR AUSTINS After what seemed a period of neglect, the .blown Austin Seven has started to re-appear in races all over the country, particularly at Southport, where the suspension has...
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OPPOSED PISTONS By BALADEUR There is a special satisfaction reserved for the cynic in the study of extinct animals. It must tickle his fancy no end to think of nature, having achieved the diplodocus...
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SPECIALISED MOTOR ENGINEERING A VISIT TO THE LAYSTALL WORKS AT SOUTHWARK " Crankshaft by Laystall " appears almost inevitably in the specification of any British racing or high-performance sports car...
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THE E.R.A. CLUB Nearly forty people were present including several ladies. The Chair was taken by Mr. A. F. Rivers Fletcher, and it was unanimously decided to form a Club under the name of the E.R.A...
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CAREERS FOR OUR BOYS (NUMBER 3) OR HOW TO BECOME A RACING DRIVER By NEVIL LLOYD (Illustrations by George Lane) To think it is only fifty years since I first started writing about motor-racing. Why,...
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Continentall Notes anci Neva. By OUR CONTINENTAL CORRESPONDENT Teaming Up One by one the. teams and scuderias are shaping up for the rapidly-approaching season. Mercedes-Beaz were the first to settle...
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RALLYING FROM TALLINN Four hours ago, which seems like an age, we left our warm beds in Tallinn ; outside the hotel we found it mild and clear, and debated removing the front. chain. Caution won and...
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A FANTASTIC MONTE CARLO RALLY ZAMFIRESCOU AND CRISTEA WIN ON V8 FORD — SCHELL (DELAHAYE) SECOND LAHAYE AND QUATRESOUS (RENAULT) THIRD The 1936 Monte Carlo Rally will go down in motoring history as a...
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RESULTS General Classification Light Car Class Women's Cup Abbreviations : A started from Athens ; T, Tallinn; 8, Stavanger ; B, Bucharest' Unie,a ; P, Palermo; V, Valenea ; 3.0., John o' Groats; 0,...
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Motor Sport Classified Advertisement Section CLOSING DATE first post on the 23rd of the month, for publication on the 1st of the following month.
RACING CLOTHING White Racing Suits, best quality, Zip front, button ankles and cuffs, 2 military patch pockets .. .. 27/6 White Racing Suits, as above, but lighter weight material ... .„ 25/ White...
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