May 1938

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READERS' SPARE PARTS FOR SALE AND WANTED FOR SALE Anzani engine, s.v. , one rod and piston missing, cheap Austin Seven, Zenith vertical carburetter, cylinder head gasket, new swivel pin bushes, 2...
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THE J. Cu c. INTERNATIONAL TROPHY RACE PERCY MACLURE (RILEY) WINS AN EXTREMELY CLOSE RACE — E.R.A.s SECOND AND THIRD — UNFORTUNATE ACCIDENT TO JOSEPH PAUL THE sixth International Trophy Race of the J...
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THE BLACKPOOL FINAL TESTS THE first test, immediately on arrival, took the form of an acceleration test over a quarter-mile, timed by A. V. F,bblewhite, followed by an eighty yard area in which cars...
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THE SEVENTH R.A.C. RALLY AN SS OUTING—MORGAN, WOLSELEY, ASTON-MARTIN, TRIUMPH, SS AND FORD V8 SHARE THE HONOURS--SENSIBLE FINAL TESTS—INTEREST AS PRONOUNCED AS EVERRILEY TAKES THE TEAM PRIZE WELL,...
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Brilliant promise shown by French cars in the first Formula race of the season The Grand Prix de Pau provided as good an example as one could wish to find of the uncertainty of motor-racing, from the...
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THE DODGE 25,3 H.P. CUSTOM SIX FROM THE ENTHUSIAST'S VIEW-POINT WE TRY AN AMERICAN SPORTS-CAR enthusiasts are supposed to regard America's automobiles with some contempt, although there is no...
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0(44 liawd VETERAN CAR CLUB The Veteran. Car Club held its annual Rally and Hill-Climb at Tilburstow on April 9th. The entries were not so numerous as in previous years, but a very enjoyable day was...
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THE D.8.120 DELAGE EXCELLENT PERFORMANCE OF AN EXTREMELY COMFORTABLE CAR MONSIF,UR Louis Delage has probably turned his long and distinguished racing experience to better account in his production...
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THE TOURIST TROPHY RACE, 1938 The regulations for the Tourist Trophy Race to be held at Donington Park on Saturday, 3rd September, next have now been issued by the Royal Automobile Club. They have...
THE TRIALS MUDDLE Really, we feel that we have devoted quite enough space to the Trials debate, but the Home Counties Committee having adopted the following findings and laid them before the R.A.C.,...
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VINTAGE CARS Sir, Here are a few notes on Talbot-Darracq racing-cars. Most old-time motorists remember the racing successes of Darracq cars and readers Of MOTOR SPORT will recollect the references to...
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THE EASTER B.A.R.C. MEETING GREAT DUEL BETWEEN DOBSON AND "BIRA." OLIVER BERTRAM WINS AN OUTER-CIRCUIT RACE AT 117.26 M.P.H. BABY FIATS EN MASSE. H. T. H. CLAYTON HAS A CLOSE CALL. BROOKLANDS, Easter...
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AIR TRAVEL FACILITIES TO CONTINENTAL EVENTS S0 many readers communicate with us about getting Over to Continental fixtures quickly and easily by air, and so many more people will wish to visit...
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A SUPERCHARGED 3.3-LITRE SPORTS BUGATTI Col. Sorel is now in a position to supply supercharged editions of the Type 57 8.3-litre Bugatti. We are assured that the new car is not a G.P.-engined job and...
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ConEnentall Notez and Newz By AUSLANDER The Latest Monoposto Having emerged from the ordeal of the Mille Miglia with full marks for reliability, the new type 308 Alfa-Romeo engine will not be altered...
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GERMANY: ITS ROADS AND ITS CARS MR. BRIAN G. ROBBINS, M.Sc., read his paper, "Sonic Impressions of Germany, Its Roads and Its Cars," before several Graduate Branches of the I.A.E. last February and...
SHELSLEY AGAIN ON MAY 28th! Once again, on May 28th, we shall all trek to Shelsley Walsh for the first 1938 Shelsley Walsh open organised by Leslie Wilson and the Midland A.C. There is something...
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The New T.T. The R.A.C. has issued the regulations for the Tourist Trophy Race on September 3rd with commendable promptitude, and an excellent and informative race should result. The 1938 T.T. will...
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102 M.P.H. WITH A PRIVATELY OWNED 2-LITRE SPEED MODEL ASTON-MARTIN A TRUE SPORTS CAR EVEN with the increased efficiency of modern cars, 100 m.p.h. is a rare performance. One hundred ni.p.h. from a...
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THE FOUR-SEATER PRODUCTION-MODEL ALLARD-SPECIAL TI-IE V8 Allard-Specials of Sydney Allard, Guy Warburton and F. D. Gilson, together with the amazing V12 Allard-Special driven by K. N. Hutchison, are...
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LIGHT ON THE LAND'S END THE NEW BLITEHILLS CAUSES MOST FAILURES. AUSTINS WIN TEAM AWARDS QUITE literally, there was a good deal more tight than usual on. the , Land's End Trial this year, owing to...
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MOTOR SPORT AND DONINGTON SINCE the first motor race at Donington in 1933, original illustrations and reports of every race meeting held there have been published in MOTOR SPORT. The illustrations...

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