January 1941

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AFTER over fifteen months of war we can still count our blessings. Petrol is being more freely allocated than before, lubricating oil is still unrationed, the purchase of luxuries is only just...
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Wherein Douglas Tubbs relates some experiences in looking for a car he has not yet found THE recent, Krieg which has been going on in MOTOR SPORT instigated by Clutton and prosecuted (almost) by the...
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[A CONTRIBUTION TO THE "CARS I HAVE OWNED" SERIES BY N. MASSEY-RIDDLE, NOW SERVING ON H.M.S. "ARK ROYAL," AND WHICH WE ARE VERY HAPPY TO PUBLISH.—ED.] AT the tender age, I decided I ought to have...
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WE HEAR .  .  .  . We hear that Joan Richmond has recently given up her Lancia "Lambda" in favour of a left-hand-drive Fiat "Balilla." Alan May's "30/98" Vauxhall is in service, towing car bodies...
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 [THIS TIME BY CECIL CLUTTON, WHO INCLUDES SOME OF COL. CLUTTON'S CARS. HIS FATHER IS, OF COURSE, A VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE VINTAGE S.C.C., AND ONE OF THE KEENEST OF MOTORISTS.—ED.] IT is with some...
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SOME OF THE MOST INTENSIVE RACING EVER AS A PRELUDE TO WAR  [Continued from the October 1940 issue. The 1936 Season] EVEN before the New Year, news of German plans for 1936 had reached this country....
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SIR CLIVE EDWARDS, in his entertaining article in November, referred at length to his R-type Midget with twin o.h.c. This remarkable cylinder head was the product of Laurence Pomeroy and Michael...
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Sir, Just home on leave, so I took the opportunity of securing a copy of MOTOR SPORT and noticed your paragraph in "Rumblings" re the demand for hosts. If anybody cares to drop me a line I would be...
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More Economics FOLLOWING our attempt to offer some observations on the cost of running a sports-car and using it in mild competitions ("Economics— and a Possible Case for the Amateur-Built Special"...
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"Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few." — the prime minister, of the R.A.F. fighter pilots, 1940 THE firm of Rolls-Royce Ltd. is, perhaps, the most famous in the...

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