January 1927

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CONTENTS. Editorial Notes ... .•. ... ••• ••• ... 203-204 The " Napier-Campbell" Racing Car ••• 205-206, 210 Motor Racing Prospects for 1927 ... ... ... 207-210 How we went to Gloucester with the N.W...
EDITORIAL NOTES. Ramblings, Rumours and Reminiscences. Being Asides About All Sorts of Things. Is it possible for motor repair work to be carried out on I systematic lines ? That is the burden of my...
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THE " NAPIER CAMPBELL" RACING CAR. Details of Capt. Malcolm Campbell's 450 h.p. New Chassis. A T the time of writing preparations are being made for the attempt to accomplish a speed of 180 miles an...
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MOTOR RACING PROSPECTS FOR 1927. By E. K. H. KARSLAKE. THIS year there will be five races which count for the Championship of the World, all of which, as last year, will be for cars up to 1,500 c.c....
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HOW WE WENT TO GLOUCESTER WITH THE N.W.L.M.C. By ".JONAH." AT least that is where we thought we were going— but it transpired that competitors were excused the last five miles of tramlines into the...
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MOTOR CYCLE RACING AT BROOKLANDS DURING 1926. Two interesting booklets have just been issued by the B.M.C.R.C. to its members—a list of worlds records up to date, and a full awards list for the...
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SPORTING CARS ON TEST: THE " TWO-LITRE " BALLOT. By RICHARD TWELVETREES. THE fact that the Two-Litre Ballot, I tested recently is fitted with a very smart Weymann saloon body, does not in any way...
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MOTORING SPORTSMEN. Mr. John Donald Barclay. By THE Forrok. THE photograph reproduced at the head of this article will be recognised at once by all our readers as that of John Donald Barclay, better...
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A TWO-STROKE BOOM? Is there to be a two-stroke boom ? The answer is that there is every probability of it. A few years ago the two-stroke engine was stated to be practically extinct ; to-day it is...
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SPORTING MACHINES ON TEST: The 350 cc. Harley-Davidson. "THE RABBIT." RFADERS may look askance at the photographs of this machine and wonder if the author has taken leave of his senses, for whoever...
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TUNING CARBURETTORS FOR COMPETITION EVENTS. The " Solex " Carburettor. THE " Solex " carburettor occupies a deservedly popular place as the standard equipment for a large number of different makes of...
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THE BRIGHTON RACE TRACK. A new track, of which the salient features are made clear in the above plan, is to be built at Portslade, near Brighton. This track will be managed by the Brighton and Hove...
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THE LONDON-EXETER RELIABILITY TRIAL. Well Supported by Amateurs The Winter Classic proves a Great Success. FOR the habitual trials enthusiast, the Christmas holiday would fall somewhat flat but for...
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INTERNATIONAL CAR RECORDS. 1,i) to 15th November, 1926, (New International Distances.) WORLD'S. Records made at Brooklands unless otherwise stated.
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Round the Clubs HONORARY DISTRICT AGENTS. Honorary District Agents are appointed by " Motor Sport" to further the interest in the sporting side of motoring and motor cycling. We give on this page a...

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