July 1947

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Hutchison a magnificent Second. "Bira" Third. Bolster's "Mary" fastest Special Shelsley Walsh really is unlucky with the weather. On June 21st heavy rain commenced just as the international Hill-...
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"Bira's" 16-valve Maserati First. Peter Monkhouse Second in Type 51 Bugatti. Reported for Motor Sport by Louis Klemantaski. Chimay, in the south-west corner of Belgium, staged that rare event, a race...
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V.C.C. Southern Hill-Climb The results of the Veteran Car Club's hill-climb at Charterhouse on May 17th did eventually come to hand. Best performance of the day was made by W. Boddy's 1918 "Alphonso...
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by T. G. Moore Albi The Grand Prix de l'Albigeois, which takes place on the St. Juery circuit on July 13th, promises to be an interesting race. In pre-war days English cars and drivers put up some...
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A small car which belies its size. Refinement and ability to average high speeds coupled with excellent stability and comfort. When the new Lanchester Ten came along for test we anticipated refined...
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Regulations for the Brighton Speed Trials, to be run off on Monday, September 1st, are now available from N. R. Wilkinson, 238, Preston Road, Brighton. Entries close July 31st. "Motor Sport"...
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We are very glad to be able to continue this popular series with a contribution from E. K H. Karslake, who originated these articles. — Ed. Count Stanislas Boguslas Leszczynski (if the printer can...
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Jean Pierre Wimille wins at 96.18 m.p.h. from Varzi and Trossi. Sommer's Maserati follows them home. The story of this year's Swiss Grand Prix, run over the 4 1/2-mile circuit in the forest of...
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[In its day the Amilcar was one of the most popular of the many small French sports cars which sold readily on the British market. Quite a few people still own or crave them, so we asked Patrick...
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[ln the past there have been comparatively few books on motoring, in comparison with the quantity published relating to other outstanding interests. Recently, however, quite a number of new motoring...
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Dropped Socks? Nineteen forty-six was in the nature of a breather after the long years of war — we were jolly glad to get some sort of motoring sport again and didn't care very much where, how or why...
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We Hear P. H. Lloyd has a 1927 3-litre Bentley, Reg. No. YE 1140, chassis T.N. 1559, which was at one time owned by Wilcox, Segrave's chief mechanic. He would like to contact Wilcox about this car....
5th. — V.C.C. Eastern Rally. Ulster A.C. Fourth Veteran Car Contest. 5th-6th. — Brighton & Hove M.C. Brighton-Beer Trial, Somerset area. 12th. — M.C.C. Inter-Club Team Trial 13th. — V.S.C.C....
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We have recently been loaned a very beautiful catalogue of the Daimler-Motoren Gesellschaft, of Stuttgart-Unterturkheim, the British agents for whom were Milnes Daimler, Ltd., of Long Acre. This...
We report with deep feeling the death of Jean Chassagne. Speaking very good English and well-liked in this country, Jean was one of France's great drivers. He drove in the Sunbeam team prior to 1914...
Besides their high-voltage coils, which are in great demand amongst sports-car owners, Runbaken Electrical Products make a number of items of equipment of interest to the enthusiast. Their "Midget"...

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