Articles tagged Light Car Club

Page 23 of September 1977 archive issue thumbnail Page 23, September 1977

Matters of the moment

A Date to Remember Among the heat and fury of Grand Prix races counting towards the World Championship club racing tends to be overlooked. But it flourishes, nevertheless, and on October 15th, at Silverstone, something rather special in this latter category is due to take place, namely, the 750 MC’s Six-Hour Relay-Race, This unusual and interesting means of packing a great deal of racing at club...

Page 15 of June 1931 archive issue thumbnail Page 15, June 1931


urrih..in9s 4., 74, 130fitlERGES NOW that the Double-Twelve is over, the J.C.C. will no doubt be considering what they are going to do in the matter next year. If the race is run again there will be various points to attend to, but there is plenty of time to think these over, and a better idea is often obtained when the event has receded somewhat into the past and its perspectives adjusted. There...

Page 25 of March 1976 archive issue thumbnail Page 25, March 1976

Matters of moment

Competition Shop-Window It is excellent to know, as another intense competition season is about to commence, that in the field of saloon car racing and rallying, Ford, Leyland and Vauxhall will meet the challenge from Continental makes, in spite of a general recession in the Motor Industry. It behoves all enthusiasts to see as much as possible of the Sport while it continues to flourish and we...

Page 35 of September 1934 archive issue thumbnail Page 35, September 1934


MOTOR CYCLING CLUB. The annual High-speed Trial will be held on September 8th, starting in the morning with a One Hour " blind " for cars. This will be followed lw a series of two-lap handicap and one-lap scratch races, then the second (Inc Hour Speed Trial, and finally the Team Relay races. Altogether a full day's sport. Full particulars can be obtained frcm the Secretary. Mr. J. A. Masters, 22...

Page 75 of January 1986 archive issue thumbnail Page 75, January 1986

Cars I Have Owned And Raced

This article, by R. King-Clark, was the opening chapter in his as yet unpublished book about his extensive flying in his aero-planes, a Miles Gypsy Ill Hawk G-ACT D and a Miles IIA Whitney Straight G-AERS, and his military career but it is so interesting I decided MOTOR SPORT should publish it. Lt Col King-Clark's young brother "Cuffy" was also an enthusiast, running an Ulster A7, a 1928 20/25 hp...

Page 8 of July 1937 archive issue thumbnail Page 8, July 1937


FASTEST RELAY RACE EVER WON BY AUSTIN TEAM ONLY TEN TEAMS IN THE FIELD. M.G. SECOND AND FRAZER-NASH THIRD The Relay Race at Btooklands, originated by the Light Car Club in 1932, is a really excellent institution, because it enables amateur drivers to run in a classic contest at reasonable expense, costs being distributed over a team, and with more chance of finishing than if the cars ran as lone...

Page 32 of December 1931 archive issue thumbnail Page 32, December 1931

Club News

etialiewd THE NORTH WEST LONDON M.C. ON the 12th of this month the club will run the twenty-first LondonGloucester trial. Car members of the following clubs are eligible to compete :— All clubs in the South-Midland. centre (A.C.U.), Brighton and Hove Motor Club, M.G. Car Club, Riley Motor Club, Light Car Club, West Kent Motor Club, and Women's Automobile and Sports Association. The start of the...

Page 18 of June 1945 archive issue thumbnail Page 18, June 1945


Club News WE HEAR Lt. Ames, R.N.V.R., contemplates following in Cyril Peacock's footsteps and trying to find a 27-h.p. Hispano-Suiza for post-war motoring. He reports meeting Mountjoy, who used to race M.G.s, in India, and believes Comdr. C. R. Whitcroft to be in Ceylon. F. W. Roberts is also restoring a " Hyper " Lea-Francis. Cpl. C. P. M. Green has added an unblown " Ulster " Austin Seven to...

Page 69 of October 1989 archive issue thumbnail Page 69, October 1989

Veteran to classic: LCC relay races

Battle royal Back in 1931 the Light Car Club decided to join others in organising a real long-distance race at Brooklands. But with a difference. The length of the race was to be 90 laps of the Outer Circuit — a formidable 250 miles — but, as LCC members were mainly amateurs with non-professional cars, the event was to be a Relay Handicap, for teams (mixed or one-make) of three cars not exceeding...

Page 18 of November 1937 archive issue thumbnail Page 18, November 1937


INTERNATIONAL MOTORING FIXTURES, 1938 THE Royal Automobile Club has issued the list of fixtures comprising the International Calendar for 1938. For next year, Great Britain has twentytwo International dates, this being an increase of six over this year, the additional dates being the second Coronation Trophy Race, the Sydenham Trophy Race, the second London Grand Prix, the second Crystal Palace...



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