Articles tagged Junior Car Club

Page 7 of June 1947 archive issue thumbnail Page 7, June 1947

Book Review

Cecil Clutton Reviews - "The 200 Mile Race"by W. Boddy (Published by the Grenville Publishing Co., Ltd., 15 - 17 City Road, London, E.C.1 Price 8/6 net). This book will appeal to different readers in different ways, but however it is regarded, Boddy has done a very useful and necessary job in writing it. In the introduction he writes of his hope that the book will be "the first of a series which...

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This month in

1994 Juha Kankkunen (above) and Didier Auriol give Toyota a Portugal 1-2. Michael Schumacher takes Benetton to victory in Brazilian GP as Ayrton Senna spins; Eddie Irvine censured after huge shunt with Jos Verstappen, Martin Brundle and Eric Bernard. 1984 Alain Prost wins Brazilian GP (above) as leader Derek Warwick retires Renault RE50 with suspension failure. Hannu Mikkola takes Quattro to...

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Accessories at Earls Court

Accessories at Earls Court Far from providing relief from the "madding crowd," the gallery stands at the Motor Show attracted as much attention as the other exhibits. Amongst exhibits of special interest to MOTOR SPORT readers, Automotive Products, Ltd., showed how the new Percolator Micronic oil filter could be adapted to any engine either for full or by-pass filtering. They also showed the...

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The Junior Car Club have made arrangements to hold their Annual Dinner at the Connaught Rooms on Tuesday, December 16th, 1924.

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Club News

etia/lewd ..........■111111111111111111r J.C.C. (LIVERPOOL AND N. WALES CENTRE)., THE Liverpool and North Wales Centre of the Junior Car Club held its annual dinner and dance at the Exchange Hotel, Liverpool, some little time ago, when about 130 members and friends were present. Mr. H. S. Phillips was in the chair and Mr. J. F. Simpson acted as M.C. Mr. L. F. Dyer, general secretary, responded to...

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Club news

etta• /lewd BUGATTI OWNERS' CLUB The Welsh trial attracted nineteen The Welsh trial attracted nineteen starters in spite of the start being so far from town. Pen-y-Bryn is a tricky hill with three-quarters of a mile of slippery surface, which eaussd four failures. Treveriog was not troublesome and the whole entry sailed up, and Glynceiriog stopped only one car, though it had some nasty bends. The...

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The Tenth International 200-Mile Race of the J.C.C. A Great E.R.A. Victory-Arthur Dobson Wins at 69.67 M.P.H.

THE TENTH INTERNATIONAL 200-MILE RACE OF THE J.C.C. A GREAT;;E.R.A. VICTORY—ARTHUR:DOBSOnWINS:AT 69.67 M.P.H. Once again the Junior Car Club's great classic has been won by a 11-litre car, in spite of it being run for the second time as a scratch contest open to all sizes or cars. Last year, when the " 200" was revived at Donington under this new ruling, Richard Seaman ran away from the big...

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Veteran to Classic

Another facet of motor racing history, the first British dirt-track car race meeting, took place in the summer of 1928. It was run by that great and ambitious Junior Car Club, the popular JCC, which had pioneered the 200-mile race for cars of up to 1½-litres at Brooklands in 1921, introduced easy-to-understand handicapping, by turns instead of time, at its long-distance International Trophy races...

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Three GNs

An interview with Stafford East One of the articles which excited me very much when I was a small boy, reading avidly all the motoring papers I could lay my hands on, was that headed "The Fastest Cyclecar in The World!" which appeared, with nine enticing illustrations, in The Light Car & Cyclecar on June 16th, 1920. It was a description of Captain A.G. Frazer-Nash's famous GN "Kim", which the...

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John Morgan, known to his friends as 'Johnny', died last October, at the age of 84. This quiet, almost uncommunicative, man had more of great importance to do with motor racing than is generally realised, perhaps. He became associated with it early in 1925 and for many years ran the ambitious and innovative Junior Car Club as its Secretary, before taking on the same exacting task for the British...



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