Articles tagged B.A.R.C.

Page 41 of May 1961 archive issue thumbnail Page 41, May 1961

II Bruxelles Grand Prix

A Ridiculous Event BRUXELLES, April 9th ONCE again the R.A.C. of Belgium and the newspaper Les Sports organised a Grand Prix on the Heysel circuit just to the north of the city near the Atomium. Last year's race was for F.2 cars and this year it was upgraded to F.1, though with the new Grand Prix Formula starting this year it meant the cars were still 1 1/2-litres, and many of the entry were the...

Page 19 of March 1925 archive issue thumbnail Page 19, March 1925


FACTS ABOUT BROOKLANDS. By CAPT. A. W. PHILLIPS, M.C. THE idea of the Track was conceived by Mr. Locke King, who, himself an ardent motorist, watched the growth of the automobile industry both in England and abroad, and saw that our manufacturers were handicapped in their struggle to progress by the lack of any real testing ground for new productions. The 20 m.p.h. speed limit, which was strictly...

Page 50 of September 1957 archive issue thumbnail Page 50, September 1957

Miniatures News

Playcraft Toys scored something of a scoop by introducing their Corgi miniature of the G.P. Vanwall about the time of Moss' great victory in one of these cars at Aintree. We understand that Moss and Brooks accepted examples of these Vanwall replicas, suitably mounted, and that you can obtain them from any good toy shop for 3s. 3d. each. Otherwise the outstanding news of the month so far as...

Page 9 of September 1931 archive issue thumbnail Page 9, September 1931


r8) kurriblings 7,0 0/1 HER E S Record Activity. last few weeks have seen seen a deal of activity in the record market, and the small class is getting plenty of attention. Following the fine Austin performance, which is described elsewhere in this issue, a side-valve Morris Minor appeared at the track complete with blower, in the hands of Van der Becke, who has performed very well at Shelsley on...

Page 31 of July 1950 archive issue thumbnail Page 31, July 1950

Fixtures For July

R. = Restricted Event. C. = Closed Event.  C.I. = Closed Invitation Event. N. = National Event. I. = International Event. 1st.-Royal Scottish A.C. N. Hill-Climb, Rest-and-be-Thankful.       Midland M.E.C. C. I. Race Meeting, Silverstone.       Ulster A.C. C. Race Meeting, Newtownards.       Wirral 100 M.C. C. Speed Trial, Rhydymwyn. 1st/2nd.--B.A.R.C. C. Eastbourne Rally, Eastbourne. 2nd.--West...

Page 13 of June 1954 archive issue thumbnail Page 13, June 1954


Matters of moment ... 289 New Books ... 290 Grand Prix Bordeaux ... 291 Continental Notes ... 293 Second B.A.R.C. Members' Meeting at Goodwood ... 294 Vintage Silverstone ... 299 Tested Accessories ... 300 XXIst 1,000 Miglia ... 301 Excellent Racing At Ibsley ... 303 No. 6I3 — Mille Miglia ... 304 Trip To Sebring With The Aston Martin Team ... 306 Gonzalez' Silverstone ... 308 Pictorial Review...

Page 21 of June 1953 archive issue thumbnail Page 21, June 1953

B.A.R.C. S.W. Centre at Goodwood

The S.W. Centre of the B.A.R.C. will be staging a series of regularity tests at Goodwood on June 6th, commencing at 2 p.m. There will be four events, utilising the full circuit, and entries will be accepted from any members of the B.A.R.C. in pairs. Each pair of two drivers may either drive the same car or two cars. The first three events will each be four-lap regularity tests at different speeds...

Page 19 of November 1936 archive issue thumbnail Page 19, November 1936


CLOSE OF THE BROOKLANDS SEASON HANS RUESCH (ALFA-ROMEO) MOUNTAIN CHAMPION MAYS (E.R.A.) VICTORIOUS IN SIAM MOUNTAIN RACE. AN OUTER-CIRCUIT RACE WON BY OLIVER BERTRAM'S BARNATO-HASSAN AT 1281 M.P.H. AN extremely interesting meeting on October 16th finished the 1938 B.A.R.C. season, attended by quite an excellent crowd, as is usual when so many people are " up " (or "down ") for the Show. For the...

Page 20 of February 1930 archive issue thumbnail Page 20, February 1930


At the request of some of our readers overseas and elsewhere to whom Brooklands is but a name, we are including this article so that they can, we hope, get a better idea of it. Those who already know it should turn to another page—Ed. The man who is visiting Brooklands for the first time is usually surprised at its size. He has often read in the daily press how the "speed kings" hurtle round the...

Page 24 of July 1931 archive issue thumbnail Page 24, July 1931

Brooklands Possibilities

rooldands Possibilities HE impossibility of holding road races in England is a fact so long and often bewailed that there seems at first little point in bringing up the subject again. Many have suggested that some private park or estate should be obtained and utilised for this purpose, but such places are not so easily available as people imagine. Therefore, instead of imagining courses which do...



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