November 1924

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The BROOlkia _ No. 5 NOVEMBER, 1924 VOL. 1 The only Organ devoted entirely to the Sport of Motor Car and Motor Cycle Racing and Competitions. Published on the First of Each Month, Edited by H. SCOTT...
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Sports Model on Every Stand. In the present Show there are sports models to be found on the stand of every exhibitor of complete motor cycles. The Motor Cycle industry owes its present proud position...
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Motoring Sportsmen by the Editor-1 No. 4. Raymond Mays. pp AYMOND MAYS' interest in motoring sport corn menced as soon as he was old enough to take an interest in anything. It must have been so,...
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OPENING OF NEW TRACK AT LINAS-MONTLHERY. Unprecedented Scenes on the Approach Routes : Almost Complete Block of Traffic on the Second Day : Many World's Records go by the Board : Several Successful...
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OPENING of NEW TRACK at LINAS-MONTLFWRY—continued. A large number of records went by the board at the meeting reported above. Marchant on the Blackburneengined D'Yrsan, established the following. 25...
SPORTING EVENTS OF THE MONTH. B.M.C.R.C. Championship Races : Some Fine Sport at Kop Hill : An American Hill Climb at Camberley : Records Broken at Brooklands. THE postponement of the latter portion...
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SPORTING EVENTS OF the cars ; the runner up being Raymond Mays on a Vauxhall T.T., in 28,* secs. The American Hill Climb. The Camberley and District Motor Club organised what is called an American...
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Ihas:come to be regarded as a matter of course that the carburetter setting for power and speed must be quite different to that which is required when the aim is economical running ; the same effect...
POWER WITH ECONOMY. A Carburetter which gives Extra Miles per Hour and Extra Miles per Gallon Simultaneously.
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the diffuser, and it consists of an inner tube and an outer one. In addition there are two jets of familiar type. These are indicated on the drawing as G, main jet, and J, pilot jet. The petrol level...
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A 4,000 MILE CERTIFIED TRIAL. nESPITE a crash which came near not only to ending the Trial, but also the lives of both driver and passenger, a most arduous and searching test of reliability of a...
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THE EXHIBITS DESCRIBED. ABINGDON. Stand 74. An interesting exhibit on this stand is the exceedingly attractive lightweight model which has been added to the Abingdon range for 1925, and of which two...
THE MOTOR CYCLE SHOW. The Mecca of the Motoring Sportsman : Sports Models for all Tastes : Economical Touring Machines for all Ages : Exhibition of Historical Interest. THLMotor Cycle Show is more of...
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ACCESSORIES AT OLYMPIA. The Gallery for Gadgets. Some Aids for the Speed Man. ACCLES & POLLOCK. Stand 205. The exhibits on this stand concern the sporting motor cyclist who takes an interest in...
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Round the Clubs THE NORTH LONDON MOTOR CYCLING CLUB. The Surprise Event, conducted by Mr. L. V. Freeman, was run off with complete success on October 4th. Competitors were verbally acquainted, at the...
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HERE ANI) THERE. A MOTORING SPORTSMAN. The first of our series of articles on " otoring Sportsmen of To-day," dealt with the late Count Louis Zborowski, and appeared in our issue of July, of this...
12 15 x 9 ft. .. 26/3 15 x 12 ft. .. 35/6 18 x 12 ft. .. 42;6 21 x 12 ft. .. 49/18 x 15 ft. .. 53/6 21 x 15 ft. .. 61/6 24 x 15 ft. .. 70/27 x 18 ft. .. 89/6 SATISFACTION GUARANTEED "on are wa...

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