Articles tagged BMW Club

Page 100 of August 2001 archive issue thumbnail Page 100, August 2001


miscellany ANOTHER 1920s BROOICLANDS car which has survived is the 2-litre straight-eight Miller owned by Karl F Bloechle of Zurich. Mr Bloechle drives it on the road quite often and it has come here to the Goodwood Festival of Speed, has run in the Niirburgring's Oldtimer GP and taken part in the 1998 Klausen hillclimb commemoration event. When Count Zborowski raced it, it was white but now...

Page 47 of August 1985 archive issue thumbnail Page 47, August 1985

Stanley Cup Revival

It was a splendid idea of John Aldington's of AFN Ltd to revive the former Stanley Cup Inter-Club Contest which was decided on race results at various circuits, starting at Brooklands in 1930 and finishing at the Crystal Palace in 1939, and to give £1,000 to the Red Cross into the bargain, that organisation having served motoring sport so well down the years. Instead of races the thing was just a...

Page 36 of October 1974 archive issue thumbnail Page 36, October 1974

White Elephantitis

A prime specimen of the Silent-Knight species J. D. A. Thomas' 35/120 Daimler Limousine Sleeve-valve Daimlers in running order are almost defunct. When, many years back, I wanted to include one in this series I had to make do with a mangy specimen of 35/120, until I came upon that low-chassis, sporting Double-Six. So when a much nicer 35/120 won a prize in the recent Western Mail Road Safety Run...

Page 68 of October 1986 archive issue thumbnail Page 68, October 1986

Fragments on forgottten makes No 71: The New British

Readers of Motor Sport  are very co-operative in keeping me in touch with odd items of motoring history which appear from time to time in unexpected places. Thus we were recently sent a cutting from a paper with the splendid title of the Black Country Bugle dealing with the short-lived New British light-car. The paper had devoted nearly a page to this forgotten car but its Editor generously gave...


October 2019
Brawn Supremacy



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