May 1934

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MOTOR SPORT PHOTOGRAPHS THE MONACO GRAND PRIX, 1934 PRICES for " Motor Sport " Photographs are as follows: 8" x 6" 2/ 10" x 3/ Cash with order PRINTS are available of all Photographs Published, also...
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EDITORIAL VIEWS THE record entry of cars for the recent London to Lands End Trial follows closely on the biggest of all R.A.C. Rallies as further proof of the popularity of motor sport in this...
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CIRCUITO DI ALESSANDRIA 1934. THE Circuito di Alessandria is a Grand Prix which has come very much to the fore this year. The circuit itself is 8 kin, in length and includes two straights, and fast...
NUVOLARI CRASHES IN GRAND PRIX BORDINO. Roads Treacherous with Heavy Rain. Varzi Wins at Over 85 m.p.h. THE Grand Prix Bordino has gained in importance as a result of the reduction in the number of...
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FACTS MIL TIVIINIFING 19E4DIDI_U In his article, "This Speed Business," Mr. H. S. Linfield says : " The Real Factors in a Fast Journey. "The things which really count are acceleration, giving the...
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Continental Notes and News By HAROLD NOCKOLDS The " Acceleration Record." IT will be remembered that right at the end of last season a duel accured between Cobb on the Napier-Railton and Ruesch on a...
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Scandal Sheet. THE daily newspapers seem to have discovered after some rather strident years that motorracing has more in it than merely " dicing with death," and I only saw one mention of "speed...
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BIG BROOKLANDS TROPHY FOR GORDON Interviewed on the track, Mr. Gordon Harker said, as he proudly surveyed his half-litre Incredible with its specially hotted-up engine, "She's not much of a bus ,o...
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A THOUSAND MILES OF DANGER ALFAS DUEL ON WET ROADS IN THE 8th MILLE MIGLIA . RECORDS BROKEN IN LARGE AND SMALL CLASSES ALFA-ROIVLEOS had it their own way in the large classes in this year's Milk...
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GUY MOLL (Alfa Romeo) WINS MONACO GRAND PRIX CHIRON'S MISTAKE COSTS HIM THE LEAD. DREYFUS (BUGATTI) THIRD. WHITNEY STRAIGHT AND EARL HOWE FINISH 7th AND 10th RESPECIWELY. THOUGH lacking the terrific...
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A BIGGER AND BETTER DONINGTON Successful First Meeting on Enlarged Course THE season of racing at Donington Park opened last month, and in spite of a fairly small entry list, some excellent finishes...
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MAGNETTE 'N' TYPE THE NEW A true Thoroughbred—perfected by successful racing experience asteeeeeeeeacceeeeeeeeeeee (k) MAGNETTE • 2nd IN THE LIGHT CAR o' • • • • CLASS AT 58.98 m.p.h. • • DRIVEN BY...
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1934 RACING CARS No. 6 The Auto Union EARLY last year the four well-known German motor firms of Audi, D.K.W., Horsch and Wanderer were linked up in a great combine known as the Auto Union, and though...
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ASTON 1.11101.110".111.1i ASTON -MART IN /lir Valk MARTIN `Che internationally famed British Sports Car DRY SUMP LUBRICATION is a unique feature of the Engine. From the 24 gal. cooling tank oil is...
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eta, "MOTOR SPORT" CORRESPONDENCE CLUB. THE Club Library is growing apace. The following books are now available to members under the usual conditions "Full Throttle," "Ten Years of Motor Racing," "...
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A "SILENT SPORTS" BUGATTI IMPRESSIONS OF THE NEW 3.3 LITRE CAR THE existance of a new Bugatti sports car, said to have almost the acceleration of the blown " 2.3." up to 80 m.p.h., has for some time...
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The Car Badge of the Suomi Tour* Club. Rolls Royce Profits. FOR the year ended December 31st, 1933, a net profit of £216,725 was made by Rolls-Royce Ltd. Added to this was the amount £85,040 carried...
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HIGH SPEEDS AND GOOD RACING AT BROOKLANDS AFEW years ago the season always opened at Brooklands with the Easter Meeting, held on the Bank Holiday. In recent times, however, an earlier start has been...
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COACHWORK FOR THE CONNOISSEUR COMPREHENSIVE display of Tal bats was staged by Messrs. Pass and Joyce at their Hanover Square showrooms last month, fitted with a series of bodies to their own design....
THREE TRIALS The Brighton and Hove 12 Hour Team Trial. THE idea of a team-trial is a thoroughly sound one, for there is a greater demand for all-round consistency when three drivers instead of one...
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A RECORD LAND'S END TRIAL A huge entry dealt with satisfactorily by good organisation. Barton Steep and Hustyn the chief difficulties. 135 Premier Awards out of 343 starters. Tni o entlinsiasf sports...
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Successful Debut of F. Allen (M.G.), who wins Six Events. A Full Programme. AGOOD attendance, a fine entry, and some close racing combined to make the second meeting at Southport, held on April 7th,...
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INEXPENSIVE MOTORINGTHE ITALIAN Impressions of the "Ballila" Fiat, the Italian popular car which in sporting tune has performed well in road races THE motoring journalist does not generally look...
REGULATIONS FOR THE R.A.C. TOURIST TROPHY THE most drastic alteration to this year's Ulster T.T. regulations is the prohibition of superchargers. The R.A.C. consider that these appliances have not...
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CINDER-SHIFTING AT THE CRYSTAL PALACE MINIATURE DIRT-TRACK RACING DRAWS A GOOD CROWD VICTOR GILLOW (RILEY) THE MOST SUCCESSFUL COMPETITOR N Easter Saturday a new form of motor-racing was inaugurated...
NEWS FROM THE U.S.A. De Paolo and Moore Sail for Tripoli. TWO of the finest drivers in the States, Peter Le Paolo, and Lou Moore, sailed for Tripoli and the Tripoli Grand Prix early last month. The...
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The Isle of Man Races A. .41. N encouraging list of entries have been received by the R.A.C. for the Mannin Beg and .Mannin Moar Races which take place at Douglas on May 30th and June 1st. The former...
What Do You Know About Cars ? REPORT ON PROBLEM No. 10. THE winner of our Competition last month was : Monsieur L. Miehaux, Avenue Britannique 14, Antwerp, Belgium, to whom we have sent a cheque for...
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A "FOLLOW MY LEADER" TRIAL FRAZER NASH enthusiasts, resident in villages or towns on the LondonBedford or Coventry roads in particular, or any roads leading to Buxton probably enjoyed themselves on...
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A DEBATE ON THE NEW ROAD TRAFFIC BILL The Toronto Brake Tests show that Braking Offences are 12i% of the Total of Motoring Offences for the Year. ONE of the most practical contributions to the second...
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