Articles tagged Motor Club

Page 22 of January 1960 archive issue thumbnail Page 22, January 1960

750 Trials' Formula

At a recent meeting the 750 Motor Club revised their 750 Trials' Formula to bring it into line with the R.A.C. Formula. This means that an Austin Seven-based Trials' car can now be built, which is eligible to compete in open events instead of the few events which were previously open to them. The Committee hope that a number of Austin-based trials "specials” will now be constructed. The new...

Page 37 of May 1981 archive issue thumbnail Page 37, May 1981

Club News

Cooper Car Club Plans are afoot to form a Club or Register for owners and enthusiasts for Cooper cars and the many derivatives. Already support has come from Cooper drivers of old like Eric Brandon and Alan Brown. The activities of John Cooper and his father range from simple JAP engined 500s, through big sports cars to Formula One cars, as well as various road cars. Co-ordinator for this...

Page 9 of March 1964 archive issue thumbnail Page 9, March 1964

Matters of Moment

CONGRATULATIONS ... . . . . to Paddy Hopkirk and Henry Liddon on their splendid outright victory in the Monte Carlo Rally, endorsing all MOTOR SPORT has said in the past about the merits of the front-drive, rubber-sprung small cars built by the British Motor Corporation. That the little Mini-Cooper S beat even the mighty Ford Falcon Sprints, on which American Ford had staked so much, was sweet...

Page 38 of January 1981 archive issue thumbnail Page 38, January 1981

Club News

The Frazer Nash Section The 'chain-gang' section of the VSCC held their annual Christmas Party and beano at the Green Dragon Hotel, Hereford on Saturday December 6th at which Reggie Wright, who owned his first Frazer Nash in 1928, was the guest of honour and a trophy was presented to the section in memory of Basil Davenport, by his daughter. At the end of the racing season a team of 'Nashes took...

Page 4 of March 1989 archive issue thumbnail Page 4, March 1989

Club news

Starting in Edinburgh on Friday May 12 and finishing there two days later, the Ecurie Ecosse Historic Motor Tour of Scotland includes four daytime rest-halts designated for public viewing and a race finale at Knockhill on the Sunday. Spectator information is in the hands of the Scottish Tourist Board, 23 Ravelston Terrace, Edinburgh EH4 3EU. 750 Motor Club's1989 Year Book contains everything you...

Page 21 of March 1986 archive issue thumbnail Page 21, March 1986

The Formula One Scene

The Senna Saga Invariably the winter months, when there in no Formula One racing, are enlivened by some inconsequential drama whipped up into a fury by the weekly comics and the media in general This winter was no exception and I was interested to follow the saga of Ayrton Senna da Silva and his terms with Team Lotus. It ran for a full three months and everyone had his say, except oddly enough,...

Page 26 of March 2009 archive issue thumbnail Page 26, March 2009

Reynard back with club racer

Reynard, arguably the world’s top racing car constructor for the best part of two decades, has been relaunched for 2009 seven years after it went out of business. Company founder Adrian Reynard said he had been motivated by several factors to revive Reynard Racing Cars as a constructor with a bike-engined club racer. Building a Caterham with his son, a desire to nurture young design talent and a...

Page 22 of January 1984 archive issue thumbnail Page 22, January 1984

Club News

Citroën Anniversary It is 50 years since Andre Citroën unveiled the Traction Avant, with so many innovative features, and enthusiasts throughout Europe will be participating in a wide variety of events to mark the occasion. In Britain there will be a Celebration Dinner in Bracknell on April 27th, while Knebworth House near Stevenage will be the scene of the Sixth International Citroën Car Clubs...

Page 73 of December 1990 archive issue thumbnail Page 73, December 1990

Letters - If Only

Sir I was fascinated to read DSJ's account of his Serendipity Championship for cars that never were as I am President of the 'If Only' Motor Club which caters for drivers who might have been. My members, now numbering many thousands, are some of the finest, if not the finest, racing and rally drivers in the world. Their only problem is that no one has given them the chance to prove it. If only...

Page 92 of July 1996 archive issue thumbnail Page 92, July 1996

750 MC Matters

The 750 Motor Club, the largest Austin 7 organisation of 13 in this country, has announced two important developments. First, Lotus Cars Ltd has agreed to sponsor the 750 MC's Trophy Series of racing events, which embrace 10 circuit races and a similar number of speed hillclimbs and speedtrials during the season. These are divided into four classes, for pre-1939 cars like those once raced by...

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