July 1941

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CONT ENTS The late L. H. Pomeroy 373 Cars I have Owned 377 Something Unexpected 378 Some Humbler Types 38(1 Club News ' 2 8 Indianapolis .... 384 Rumblings 386 Letters from Readers .... 389 Motoring...
MILITARISING THE SPORT NE of the most striking aspects of the war from our point of view has been the number of Army training motor-cycle trials, supervised by civilian instructors (well known as...
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THE LATE L. H. POMEROY CECIL GLUTTON WRITES A BIOGRAPHY WHICH ALSO SERVES AS AN OBITUARY NOTICE TO THE GREAT DESIGNER IN MOTOR SPORT fOT May I Wirol C all article on the early career of Ettore...
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CARS I HAVE OWNED I And so the series continues, this contribution being by Lance-Corporal D. Paterson.—Edd W1IILF...-at sehookil bought my first car for the proverbialjfiver ; it was a Square-...
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SOMETHING UNEXPECTED TO SCOTLAND AND BACK IN TWO DAYS IN AN AIRFLOW CHRYSLER EIGHT NEAltLY I ,000 miles distinctly rapid motoring erammeil into a couple of days. . • . t 'oexpected, certainly, after...
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SOME HUMBLER TYPES D. F. Maltalieu describes some sports cars he has owned, of the sort that the less wealthy enthusiasts find particularly Interesting THE cars I have owned as regards performance...
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Ottdllawd A COMBINED CLUB GATHERING The Vintage S.( Bugatti Owners' Club and E.R.A. Club were due to stage their long-awaited and ambitious combined gathering at Chessington Zoo on July 13th—just too...
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INDIANAPOLIS N0 very full account has come from U.S.A. of the only race of 1941— the 500 Mile Classic at Indianapolis. But we know that a terrible fire burnt out the pits and timekeepers' huts and...
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The Minister of Aircraft Production on MotorRacing LT.-COL. J. T. C. AlOORE-BRABAZON, until recently Minister of Transport. and now Ifinister of Aircraft Production, made an exceedingly interesting...
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Sir, First ofull, I should like to congratulate you on the magnificent way MOTOR SPORT carries on in spite of what must be many great difficulties. I always look forward every month to receiving my...
Sir, I would like you to publish an invitation to anyone in the district to call round at the given address any time. Anyone who is interested in motoring sport will be welcome. There is much to...
Sir, Can you give me any advice as to how I can improve the performance of my 1939 " T.A." M.G. Midget ? I bought the car new in April 1939, and have since covered 10,500 miles with practically no...
Sir, May I trespass on your kindness and ask you to publish this letter. Will any of your readers please lend or give me back copies of MOTOR SPORT from September 1939 to the present and more...
Sir, Although this is only the second time I have written to MOTOR SPORT, I have taken the paper since 1926 and have saved nearly all Copies. My first acquaintance came about as a result of the...
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designed 2-seater car powered with an engine of about 500 e.e. and 6-h.p. rating. A car of this size will not perhaps be in any way ideal, but I feel certain that it will come just the same, probably...
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MOTORING IN THE UNITED STATES [Some time ago Douglas Tubbs praised American cars and a first-rate controversy followed. In publishing this article from his pen we have no wish to re-open this...
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LOOKING BACK No. 2: The Exeter Trial of 1924 Now that long drives are impossihte for most of us, it. is amusing to glance bark to the '' Exeter ' Trial of 192 t doubtless the run seemed pretty...
MOTOR-CYCLE TRIALS As we emphasised in a recent Editorial, the motor-cycle lads have fun, while car enthusiasts must not. Among the more. recent two-wheeler events there were an 18-mile competitive...
NO RETURNS Several letters have been received from readers complaining of their inability to procure " Motor Sport." Newsagents • will not procure copies if they have not received a definite order...

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