Articles tagged Air Force

Page 2 of January 1941 archive issue thumbnail Page 2, January 1941

Buck Up, The Clubs

AFTER over fifteen months of war we can still count our blessings. Petrol is being more freely allocated than before, lubricating oil is still unrationed, the purchase of luxuries is only just becoming difficult, few of us have felt the effect of food rationing to any extent, and the roads are still very full of cars. Our shores are strongly defended, our Army, Navy and Air Force are fighting...

Page 62 of April 2004 archive issue thumbnail Page 62, April 2004

The man who would be Rex

He beat a works Auto Union and was offered a factory drive by Alfa. But Rex Mays preferred the intense buzz of American speedway.Joe Scalzo describes the short life of An Indy addict Tazio Nuvolari couldn't believe his eyes. Because he was Figlio del Diavolo — 'The Devil's Son'— Nuvolari knew a thing or two about getting moody with a grand prix car and sending one into impossible four-wheel...

Page 5 of December 1935 archive issue thumbnail Page 5, December 1935

SANCTIONS AND GRAND PRIX RACING

SANCTIONS AND GRAND PRIX RACING The Italo-Abyssinian conflict—or should we say the difference of opinion between Italy and the League, as such—bids fair to jeopardise, among other things, the future of Grand Prix racing. Already Italy has cancelled certain sporting engagements with Sanction1st countries, and it is only logical to assume that a similar attitude will be adopted in regard to...

Page 102 of May 1984 archive issue thumbnail Page 102, May 1984

Book Reviews

"The Automotive Art of Bertone" by Rod de la Rive Box & Richard Crump. 166 pp. 10 1/4 in x 8 1/4. (Haynes Publishing Group, Sparkford, Yeovil, Somerset, BA22 711. £14.95). Those who follow the development of motor-car styling or who collect coachbuilder's histories will find this picture presentation of the work of the great Italian house of Bertone well worth adding to their bookcases. The...

Page 3 of March 1944 archive issue thumbnail Page 3, March 1944

THE WARTIME

-4 THE WARTIME MOTORING EXPERIENCES 0 of Flight-Lieutenant T. A. D. CROOK This refreshing article describes some unusual motoring undertaken during this war, in cars ranging from a Fiat "500" to a "38,250" Mercedes-Benz, and gives readers an insight into what it is like to own one of the fastest road cars—Crook's 2.9 litre twin-blower Alfa-Romeo.---Ed. ET it first be stated that the only excuse I...

Page 43 of March 1955 archive issue thumbnail Page 43, March 1955

Car prices in Canada.

Sir, I have decided to write to you partly out of duty and equally so as a sports-car enthusiast. I enclose a copy of our Air Force magazine Vorair for which I run a motor column. You will notice an italicised paragraph at the commencement of the article which is of grave importance to the British Motor Industry. Canada, which at one time was one of Britain's biggest car purchasers, took only 50...

Page 102 of June 1982 archive issue thumbnail Page 102, June 1982

Life in the RAFVR

Sir, The RAFVR was barely a year old when I received my first flying instruction at the De Havilland School of Flying (also known as No. 13 E & RFTS) at White Waltham, Maidenhead. We were taught on Tiger Moths (DH82A), but other Reserve Schools flew various types. For example, our neighbours at Woodley (Reading), had Miles Magisters and at Hanworth they had a Blackburn Bi-plane (metal) with...

Page 88 of July 1996 archive issue thumbnail Page 88, July 1996

The Calthorpe

For some unaccountable reason I am apt to think of Calcott, Calthorpe, Clufey and Clyno as the four "Cs" of the vintage light-car era I have had some association with three of them. Of the foursome, the Calthorpe was the most sporting and racing-oriented make; the Clyno was covered in May's MOTOR SPORT. There were others of course, the Crouch for instance, but sufficient for the present. . . The...

Page 11 of July 1944 archive issue thumbnail Page 11, July 1944

More Australian News

We print below a condensed version of an enthusiastic letter written to us last February by Robert Hood, of Victoria, Australia.—Ed. At present I am enjoying my first home leave for over a year. I have just received a batch of Motor Sport and, on seeing your appeal for articles, etc, I have decided to write you another "newsletter." First, however, I would like to make a correction to my article...

Page 42 of February 1938 archive issue thumbnail Page 42, February 1938

T.P.BREEN Sports Cars and Spares

ALFA-ROMEO AIFA-ROMEO 2.a Le Mans or Monza or would consider fast 1. Apply Box No. 41, cio MOTOR SPORT. FRAZER-NASH VRAZER-NASFI Cars. Falcon Works, London -1.* Road, Isleworth (Hounslow 0011) have for disposal a number of reconditioned cars.—Full particulars on application. LAGONDA 1926, 2-litre Lagonda speed tourer. Engine just 7 rebored and overhauled. New hood wings recellulosed ; fabric...

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