September 1924

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Editorial Notes ... 123-124 The Wonderful French " Brooklands " 125-126 Sporting Cars—The Two-Litre Ansuldo ••• 127-12S Wireless Equipment for Cars 129 Motoring Sportsmen. No. 3 : Kaye Don 131-132...
There has recently been a sharp revival of the old controversy as to whether motoring competitions should be held on Sundays. This arose out of a police prosecution at P-wllheli, where a member of...
Club Secretaries are specially invited to send the Editor Paragraphs about the activities of their Clubs, and, in particular, notice of forthcoming events. All reports of competitions, meetings and...
All contributions, whether literary, artistic or photographic, will be carefully considered by the Editor. A stamped, addressed envelope should be sent with every contribution, and the Editor will...
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P-r HE new motor course now under construction at Montlhery, is situated approximately seventeen miles south of Paris, and is approached by the main highway No. 20, leaving Paris at the Port d.'...
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Cars on Road &Track J By 1Opoll 77-traffic) No. 3. The Two-Litre Ansaldo. ONE of the most interesting types of cars coming within the purview of the BROOKIANDS GAZETTE is that very considerable...
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A Compact Loud Speaker on an 11.9 h.p. Bean. One result of the growing interest in wireless telephony is that motorists are beginning to equip their vehicles with various forms of receiving...
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No. 3. Kaye Don. rrHE debonair Don is a figure so well-known amongst motoring sportsmen on road and track, that in writing of him it is hard to find a characteristic which one may reasonably hope...
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On account of the many recent misnomers appearing in the Press, we have been asked by Mr. Norman Downes, to make it quite clear that the correct name of the motor cycle which he manufactures is the...
On one of those very wet days in which the month of August this year excelled, some excellent solo motor cycle records were put up on Brooklands track. Riding an 175 c.c. Cotton, C. W. Johnston...
A great record of success attended the labours in the Isle of Man this year of the representatives of Jackson's Impervo. Amongst the 87 per cent, of finishers using their preparation were counted the...
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How the Crash Helmet was Evolved. By J. HARRISON, A.M.I.A.E. HE safety-helmet really owes 11its existence to two things : firstly, the rapid development of the flying-machine, and secondly, to the...
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A Critical Forecast of the Forthcoming Shows. By INVESTIGATOR. THE; evolution of the motor movement is a restless tide, and the manufacturers are longshoremen who, snatching up the flotsam take it...
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TN the previous article an attempt was made to show 4the direct relationship between springing and speed, and to indicate how it is that a rough road is more difficult to travel upon than a smooth...
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To anyone who has followed the progress of wireless and the ordinary broadcasting restrictions, it must be evident that simplicity and compactness will be the distinguishitg features of future...
The fact that six world's records were broken during the five 200 miles races at the British Motor Cycle Club's meeting at Brooklands on Saturday last, is ample indication of the remarkable speed...
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We hear that Mr. B. S. Marshall has sold his famous short Brescia Bugatti racer to an Australian sportsman. This neat black car has long been a familiar competitor at Brooklands, and is this season...
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By DUMB IRON. ALTHOUGH "Horse Power" is perhaps the most used of technical terms, it is curious how few laymen have any conception of what this unit of power really is. In cold technical language, "...
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The Public Schools M.C.C. and the Guildford and Woking M.C.C. took possession of the track on August 30th, and put up an interesting race meeting. A feature was the catering for novices, and though...
Many motorists are regretting the passing, with tragic suddenness, of Mr. Gavin William Ralston, who died whilst walking in a Dorset village, where he had gone with his wife, to whom he had been...
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Some Interesting Sidelights on a Famous Motor Cyclist's Career. By SID MORAM. Mr. Moram was for several years associated with Mr. Herbert le Vack, in whose racing engines he took a considerable...
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Some Notes on Performance. NilOST sporting motorists are familiar with the extraordinary capabilities of the modern light car having an engine varying in capacity between L000 and 1,500 C.C. Those...
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In the J.C.C. 200 miles race last year, the "Austin Seven" ran second only to a car of nearly fifty per cent. greater capacity, and made the run of 200 miles at an average speed of 77 m.p.h. At one...
The Junior Car Club have made arrangements to hold their Annual Dinner at the Connaught Rooms on Tuesday, December 16th, 1924.
The increasing demand for more silent motor cycles has had its effect on inventors, and the Auto-Cycle Union is now engaged in carrying out tests on no less than four different types of silencer for...
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Motoralities. Lucas Motoralities seem, to those of us who have been long "on the road," to be part of motoring, without which the sport would not be altogether complete. The Lucas Festoon dash lamp...
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British motor cycles made very good showing at the recent contest, in Germany, for the Wanderpreis von Deutschland. The contest was a Grand Prix in miniature, and was run over a triangular course,...
TWO hundred miles, equal to the distance from London to Liverpool, on a sidecar with a power unit of only 350 c.c., in just over three hours, is an achievement which provides unanswerable data as to...
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To commemorate the twenty-first birthday of the Auto-Cycle Union, the British Cycle and Motor Cycle Manufacturers' and Traders' Union, Ltd., has agreed to allow the A.C.U. to stage an exhibit of...
congratulate you on the first issue of the BROOKLANDS GAZETTE, as it represents to us a very high class publication. It is full of "life," as per the articles, " Some Thrills with Kim II "and "Motor...
I have read with great pleasure the first issue of the BROOKLANDS GAZIME, which is a remarkably fine production, and should appeal to a class of motorist whose interests do not appear to have...
.I have read the July issue of the BROOKLANDS GAZETTE With great interest, and if the standard attained by the first number is kept up I feel sure that its success is assured. I .would like to...
We congratulate you heartily upon the BROOKLANDS GAzurrE, and wish you every possible success. Yours faithfully, MOTOR NECESSITIES, LTD.
I have much pleasure in informing you that I found your journal of great interest, and have ordered a monthly copy from the local bookseller. I have much pleasure in enclosing a copy of our Club...
the extremely good way in which the BROOKLANDS GAzETTE is produced, and wish you every success. Yours faithfully, ERNEST J. BASS, Hon. Sec., Essex Motor Club.
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l'he Jo. flowing are the principal Records as tho) stand at present. ii full statement of all Car and Motor Cycle Records is contained respectively in The Brooklands Year Rook Jr / 924 and in the B.M...

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