May 1936

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"HERE AND THERE!" It was a_ most extraordinary coincidence that a pile-up of cars should have occurred in both of the races at Monaco, and that in each case the cause was a huge pool of oil thrown on...
CONTENTS PAGE Brooklands Easter Meeting, The ••• 237 Stuck Regains 110 Tarbie Record 239 Continental Notes and News... 240 Rumblings 242 Club News ••• ••• ••• • •• 247 British Empire Trophy, The...
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THE BROOKLANDS EASTER MEETING RAIN CAUSES POSTPONEMENT OF EASTER MONDAY FIXTURE. OUTER CIRCUIT THRILLS. " UNKNOWN " WINS £100 MOUNTAIN RACE. l3rooklands was a dreary place on Easter Monday. Rain fell...
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STUCK REGAINS LA TURBIE RECORD BRILLIANT DRIVE BY AUTO-UNION DRIVER. WEVIILLE DOES HIS BEST, BUT FAILS TO EQUAL HIS OWN RECORD There has been a hill-climb at La Turbie, just outside Nice, ever since...
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Confirmenta._ Notes and. Newa Carratsch "Gets the Bird A or so before the Monaco Grand A week or so before the Monaco Grand Prix the Mercedes-Benz team went down to Monza for a final tune-up. The...
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SOUTHPORT AGAIN Southport sands became the scene of motor-racing for the first time this year on April 25th. The surface was far from dry, and in the big race of the day the corners became badly cut-...
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M Hoy/ we doing, hey, hey ? The racing season seems somehow like The Times when one's wife has finished with it, a little bit out of joint. First the grand opening meet of the season, the Empire...
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etta llawd BUGATT1 OWNERS' CLUB The opening rally on April 5th took place at the " Haycock," Wansford, 83 miles up the Great North Road, and was very well attended. Especially welcome was the...
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THE EMPIRE TROPHY AT DONINGTON SEAMAN WINS A HARD-FOUGHT FIGHT ON HIS MASERATI, WITH FAIRFIELD (E.R.A.) CLOSE BEHIND. "BIRA" PROMINENT IN EARLY STAGES. MONOPOSTO ALFA-ROMEOS DROP OUT WITH MECHANICAL...
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A SPECIAL 41-LITRE BENTLEY Windrurn and Garstin, Ltd., Hansard Mews, Holland Road, Kensington, have specialised for several years in the oldmodel Bentley cars. A visit to their premises reveals much...
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THE PRINCE RAINIER CUP RACE E.R.A.'S DECISIVE VICTORY OVER MASERATIS In the 1,500 c.c. race run over 50 laps of the Monaco " round the houses ' circuit on April 11th as a prelude to the Grand Prix on...
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MONACO GRAND PRIX RUN OFF IN POURING RAIN A WIN FOR CARACCIOLA (MERCEDES-BENZ) AT 5I.68 M.P.H. A FIVE-FOLD ACCIDENT AT THE" CHICANE" Easter Monday on the Riviera dawned hopelessly, with the rain...
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"MOTORING SPORT" By STUCK and BURGALLER Three years ago " Das Autobuch," a collection of motoring articles and reminiscences edited by the two German drivers, was first issued in Berlin, and was...
Book Reviews "SPEED ON SALT" Any number of books and articles have been published describing Daytona Beach, Indianapolis, and the principal race tracks and road-circuits of Europe, but " Bonneville...
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M.G.s FIRST AND SECOND IN AUSTRALIAN T.T. RACE A 200 MILE RACE HELD ON THE NEW A.R.D.C. CIRCUIT ON PHILLIP ISLAND Australia has held its first Tourist Trophy race, an event distinguished by a variety...
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THE M.C.C. LAND'S END TRIAL The big Eastertide event once again attracted an enormous entry, 327 car drivers sending in their entries to " Jackie " Masters of the M.C.C. This year three distinct...
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W.A.S.A. The Westward Ho Trial attracted eighteen starters. So well do the ladies perform nowadays that Station Hill was not even observed, and Beggar's Roost and Doverhay accounted for only one...
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HIGHER SPEEDS AGAIN IN THE MILLE MIGLIA BRIVIO (2.9-LITRE ALFA-ROMEO) WINS AT 75.57 M.P.H., PINTACUDA SECOND. SPECIAL CLASSES FOR CARS USING HOME-PRODUCED FUELS Sanctions and the Abyssinian War were...
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A CAR TO COVER THE GROUND THE 41-LITRE LAGONDA HAS AN ALL-OUT SPEED OF 95 M.P.H. AND A SAFE AND SOLID FEELING WHICH ENCOURAGES THE MAINTENANCE OF HIGH SPEEDS It seems generally recognised nowadays...
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BRIEF SPECIFICATION stroke Engine : 6-cylinders, bore 88,5 mm., stroke 120.6 mm., capacity 4,467 c.c. R.A.C. rating 29.1 h.p. Overhead valves, push-rod operated Two S.U. carburetters. Two Scintilla...
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TWENTY-TWO YEARS AGO THE FIRST RACING CARS IN THE ISLE OF MAN. GORDON BENNETT TRIALS AND A T.T. WON AT 33.9 M.P.H. In .a few weeks' time twenty odd racing cars, fitted with engines not exceeding 1,...
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R.A.C. INTERNATIONAL CAR RACE. Entries for the R.A.C. International Car Race have now finally closed with a total of twenty-six. This is the first genuine Grand Prix race the Club has organised since...
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HEAD OFFICES : 39, VICTORIA STREET, LONDON, S.W.I. Telephone : VICTORIA 5218 ALVIS 20 Vanden Pins In 1933 Alvis Speed 20 Vanden Pins saloon. In excellent condition throughout ! chauffeurkept, always...
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Offers for sale the following sports cars: BENTLEY 1925. Red Label sports 4seater. Very good condition, fast and reliable £60 ALVIS 1926. 12/50 4-seater tourer. Really sound car, good all-weather...
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C • C • WAKEFIELD & CO • LTD • WAKEFIELD HOUSE • CHEAPSIDE • LONDON • E•C•2 Printed by TEE & WHITEN and J. MEAD LTD., 21 City Road, London, E.C.1, and Published by the Proprietors, MOTOR...

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