Articles tagged Greyhound Racing Association

Page 9 of March 1953 archive issue thumbnail Page 9, March 1953

Matters of moment

Criticism of British cars In the Motor Show number of Motor Sport  last year we published an outspoken criticism of modern British cars in the form of a letter from George H. Poske, air-line pilot and garage owner, of Peru. This letter has drawn a startling response from readers who are in full agreement with our correspondent  --  startling because their letters, a selection of which we have...

Page 84 of February 2004 archive issue thumbnail Page 84, February 2004

Stadium rock

Pete Tucker was one of the very first stars as stock car racing took a hold in fifties Britain. He recalls the lifestyle with Richard Barnett In 1954 Juan Manuel Fangio was thrilling grand prix-goers on his way to another world championship, but in race stadiums around the United Kingdom another form of motorsport was being established. That same year British stock car racing was born, and was...

Page 11 of February 1946 archive issue thumbnail Page 11, February 1946

Brooklands' Obituary

One of the saddest announcements we have ever made is that Brooklands is no more. Built by the late H. F. Locke King, at his own expense, for the express purpose of giving the British Motor Industry a much-needed testing ground, the Brooklands Motor Course, so happily situated amidst the Surrey pines, has served the nation admirably for 40 years. Col. Holden, R.E., got out the design, Locke King...


August 2019
100 years, three cars, one epic track test



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