Articles tagged Autodrome School of Motoring

Page 16 of May 1941 archive issue thumbnail Page 16, May 1941

Rumblings

Fanatics THIS month, two tales of hyper-enthusiasm, both of them true. Scene of the first is Moon's Garage, in Buckingham Palace Road. Three soldiers are ruefully enquiring, in a half-hearted fashion, what the hire of a car would cost. It seems that they have missed the last connection to Glasgow and dire penalties await them if they do not report the next morning. Outside it is dark, for it is a...

Page 25 of July 1939 archive issue thumbnail Page 25, July 1939

FINIS?

e4 letawd 0......?111111111r Fl NISI The Great West M.C. had to cancel the already postponed. London-Bournemouth trial, which was scheduled for June 11th, at short notice. Big trials are harder to organise in the summer and we believe that only twelve entries were obtained, which probably did not warrant going ahead with this long-distance event, with its night section and breakfast stop. There...

Page 13 of September 1939 archive issue thumbnail Page 13, September 1939

Club News

etta /lewd VINTAGE S.C.C. Really, the Vintage Sports Cat Club is an astounding institution. At a time when club membership is tending to fall and new members are almost unheard of, it enrolled no fewer than forty-eight Full Members, one Competing Associate and three Associates, between May and July last. The cars embraced include three more 30/98 Vauxhalls, four Bentleys, a 1903 Martini, a 1925...

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