October 1941

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CONT ENTS 439 442 444 445 <147 449 449 451 452 454 457 Truth about the T-Type, Tie Personalities Abroad .... Club News More about Class I .... Hill Hunting with a Riley Redwing" Enthusiwts' Rafly...
THE SPORT AFTER THE WAR WE do not profess to know just when the war will terminate. But that motoring sport will be revived in the next spell of peace we are certain. What form it will take is...
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THE TRUTH ABOUT THE T-TYPE [So much tripe and twaddle has been published recently about the T-type M.G. Midget that we are glad to print these notes by Pat Salley, about his 1939 " T.A."—Echj TBIS...
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PERSONALITIES ABROAD SEQUEL TO "PERSONALITIES IN ENGLAND PUBLISHED LAST MONTH IN a repent article I wrote of the different personalities which I had come across in five years Of association with...
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Otti4 /lewd 750 CLUB The 750 Club held yet another war-time meeting on September 7th at the Ashdown Park Hotel. Amongst those present were Secretary Capon, in his Riley saloon ; Birkett and Kipps ("...
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MORE ABOUT CLASS I We have seen too many doubtful projects sponsored by reputable papers, so that we have no wish to be dogmatically optimistic about Class I " Specials." But as the subject seems of...
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HILL HUNTING WITH A RILEY " REDWING " A typical day's hill hunting in the South Downs with a Riley" Redwing" is here recalled by R. G. V. Venables. He vividly portrays the atmosphere of those happier...
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THE ENTHUSIASTS' RALLY THE second " Enthusiasts' Rally " took place with pronounced eclat at the Rembrandt Hotel on Sunday, October 5th. It was again organised by the B.O.(',, V.S.C.C. and E.R.A. Mb...
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A BROOKLANDS MYSTERY NAZZARO'S 120-M.P.H. LAP IN 1908 S0 far as I know, Brooklands has never been the setting for a full-dress V. mystery story:, frill, re is, hmvever, one mystery that I have never...
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REBUILDING THE 1914 GRAND-PRIX MERCEDES Some further notes by Peter Clark on this historic car, which made a first appearance at Chessington I.N Ins wport Or tilt nal.,nt Clicssintgisin flatly the L'...
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THE WORLD'S HOUR RECORD A SUMMARY AFTT4.11, the "World's Land Speed " record, over the mile or kilometre, whichever may be the faster, there is little doubt that the " World's Hour " is the most...
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Two Lagondas HERE must be many people who regret the passing, or at all events the scarcity, of big open cars in the old tradition. Somehow, although such ears as the 3and 44-litre Bentleys, " 30,198...
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I crave space to direct another "outburst " against Mr. Gandhi, who appears to be somewhat misinformed about my poor little H.R.G. To take his objections in the same order as he enters them in your...
CLEARING THE NAME OF H.R.G. Sir, In the interests of accuracy may I point out, referring to the article in your August issue concerning the " Corniche " Bentley, that it was N. E. Embirieos (of E.R.A...
Sir, With reference to "Letters from Readers" (August), we feel that we should like to clear up a few points which have been raised by Mr. David Gandhi. We ere not in the habit of taking part in...
Sir, Congratulations on repeating once more that monthly miracle, the production of MOTOR SPORT: the current issue is well up to standard, but I cannot resist the teMptation to make a few comments on...
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Sir, Mr. Neve's recent article on the potentialities of Class I RS a happy hunting ground for the amateur dicer Undoubtedly puts forward an excellent idea. But how far is it practicable ? I do not...
,f: * * THIS CLASS I BUSINESS Sir, By an amazing coincidence, I have been attempting for some time past to design a 500-cc. single-cylinder racing car, to be built after the war, and Kenneth Neve's...
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ir, My first motoring experiences began in 1907, when my father la)tiglit a 1904 Richard-Brasier with ca i Ic rs and a quadrant gear change, 111•'‘riat :wet vlene lights ; the windscreen W;IS ■III cx...
Sir, As an enthusiast who has just moved from London to a farm four miles from I 'Afield I am very keen to meet any ,cal enthusiasts who are interested in the Sport, especially if they can wield a...
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CARS I HAVE OWNED [G. A. Browne, serving with N.M. Forces in a very lonely spot, recalls scrre of the cars he drove and cared for in happier times. Ed.] MY first car was an old bull-nose Morris...

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