March 1957

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Motor Sport Trophies The first event to count for this trophy took place in 1950. Subsequent events achieved considerable popularity and the purpose of these races, namely to unite the clubs and...
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The Editor Considers the Position of Britain's Sports Cars In the past sports cars from British factories have paid dividends to manufacturers—and their shareholders. With a tough struggle ahead of...
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South America was enjoying the intense heat of summer when the annual series of races were held in Buenos Aires. The first event was held on January 13th and was the Grand Prix of the Argentine,...
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The Economics of Motoring The cost of motoring (when such is possible) is uppermost in many people's minds at the present time. Before the war the writer proved in these columns that it was possible...
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"Fly For Your Life," by Larry Forrester. 367 pp. 8 in. by 5¼ in. (Frederick Muller Ltd., Ludgate House, 110, Fleet Street, London, E.C.4. 18s.) "Fly For Your Life" is Larry Forrester's biography of...
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Introduction In post-war years the general motoring public has become much more performance-minded, from owners of the ever popular two-seater sports cars down to those with 8-h.p. family saloons....
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Those who cannot resist buying motor-car miniatures are remarkably well catered for. We were looking at a list of Meccano Dinky miniatures the other day and note that the following "real" makes are...
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On February 17th we went to Heston to enjoy the sight of dumb-irons and exposed flywheels and were interested to discover that the Vintage S.C.C. had an entry of 55 for these annual driving tests, or...
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by W. Bancroft of Renfrewshire When a near neighbour acquired a self-propelled vehicle my interest was aroused and has remained with me ever since. To get my neighbour's vehicle ready for a run meant...
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It is probable that a large percentage of our readers seldom have occasion to see Grand Prix cars in action, and certainly of those that do few have the opportunity to enter the paddock or pits, so ...
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First Day Out. -- The de luxe model Anglia is here seen resting while its occupants consume lunch near Toul in Northern France. With an Anglia to the Sun? No, the Ford Motor Company do not yet sell...
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A Section Devoted to Old-car Matters It is getting near enough to the return match of our Vintage Sports Car Club against the Veteran Car Club of America to wish British participants the greatest...
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N.B. -- Opinions expressed are those of our Correspondents and "Motor Sport" does not necessarily associate itself with them.—Ed. Britain and Grand Prix Racing Sir, As one who is concerned every day...
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