Articles tagged E.R.A. Club

Page 36 of March 1965 archive issue thumbnail Page 36, March 1965

Daimler & Lanchester O.C. A.G.M.

At the recent first A.G.M. of The Daimler and Lanchester Owners' Club in Coventry, George Lanchester was made the Club's Patron, Francis Hutton-Stott was elected President, Ronald S. Cobb Chairman, and H. Duncan Saunders the Hon. General Secretary. Although the Club was only founded in June 1964 membership is well on the way towards the second hundred, and there are already three sections—London...

Page 19 of April 1944 archive issue thumbnail Page 19, April 1944

Club news

Oita ..,„„,„??=111911/ WE HEAR It's rather incredible, but yet anothei s.v. Aston-Martin has to be reported on as coming to light ; a rather poor specimen now being restored to really good order by G. E. Kitchen, of Sheffield, who estimates that the work will occupy the best part of a year. We gather that the polished aluminium and copper work is already coming up well. News comes in that Hugh...

Page 6 of August 1940 archive issue thumbnail Page 6, August 1940

Club news

J.C.C. The Junior Car Club has brought out an issue of its "Gazette" for April-June. It contains some cyclecar reminiscences by A. Percy Bradley, a reprint from "Flight" of an article by A. Frazer-Nash on power-operated gun turrets, and plenty of humour. Also news of members —Professor A. M. Low is at the Air Ministry, Lieut. J. A. Davies, R.A.S.C., "checked-in" from Dunkirk; Leonard Baynes...

Page 9 of June 1941 archive issue thumbnail Page 9, June 1941

Club news

750 CLUB Attendance was as good as ever at the 750 Club's meeting at the Ashdown Park Hotel in May. This time members met for tea, and a brief communal run took place afterwards. Amongst those present were Secretary Hunter and Mrs. Hunter, with a borrowed Arrow Austin, just about to leave on war duties at a Far Place; H. L. Biggs in his red Fiat 500; Fisher and Mrs. Fisher in a Raleigh tricycle...

Page 11 of July 1942 archive issue thumbnail Page 11, July 1942

On planning for the peace – II

Even in our particular world there are divers matters that will require reshaping when the peace comes and about which thinking men and women should plan now. Apart from major motoring issues there is the question of how the thousands of enthusiasts serving in H.M. Forces now are going to gain much-needed relaxation by way of sporting motoring when the Axis Powers have been brought to heel. There...

Page 31 of June 1937 archive issue thumbnail Page 31, June 1937

RUMBLINGS

A Hybrid for South Africa Those who specialise in the construction of special cars for racing sometimes have curious jobs to do. Arthur Baron is just now building a car for a client who wants to take it out to South Africa and do some racing in that country, where racing is rapidly becoming of great importance, and that requires a fast car that will not need everything duplicated for spares and a...

Page 9 of January 1939 archive issue thumbnail Page 9, January 1939

ON SOME FACTORS AFFECTING THE FUTURE

ON SOME FACTORS AFFECTING THE FUTURE MOTOR-RACING is not exactly in a bad way, but the future is not without its precarious tinge. Formula Grand Prix racing may well go down at any time, like a pricked blister, on account of political or other situations, while our own racing is, even now, not attracting as good attendances as it is desirable it should. The Junior Car Club, in spite of its title...

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

Unhappy contrast

WHEN MOTOR SPORT suggested, at the beginning of the war, that a trial or other contest might be organised and entries taken from amongst Service and Home Defence personnel, we hardly expected such a state of affairs to come about. Yet such is now the case. We read that "Centre officials are quite pleased with the second Services trial. . . " "The Army were missed, but the Home Guard and A.R.P....

Page 7 of November 1940 archive issue thumbnail Page 7, November 1940

Club News

The commencement of large scale air raids on London on September 7th put paid to a number of club meetings. The 750 Club and the E.R.A. Club have cancelled their meetings in town, and a proposed future gathering of the M.G. Car Club has had to be abandoned. The 750 Club has been particularly hard hit, for a bomb unluckily fired the offices of P. H. Hunter, the secretary, and although very...

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

RUMBLINGS

Richard Bolster WE were sorry indeed to hear that Richard Bolster, brother of John Bolster, had been killed in action with the R. A..F. Richard was one of I he young men who have been doing so much to win the war for us ; he represented all that is best in the well-to-do young British sportsman. We recollect hearing John telling the story of how he got accepted as a pilot officer with the R.A.F....

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