Articles tagged Territorial Army

Page 32 of July 1964 archive issue thumbnail Page 32, July 1964


The Rolls-Royce and Bentley Pageant at Goodwood (May 23rd) Organised jointly by the Bentley D.C., 20 Ghost Club, Midland R.-R. Club, R.-R. Enthusiasts' Club, and the Rolls-Royce Section of the V.S.C.C. to celebrate the 60th Anniversary of Rolls-Royce Company, this was the biggest one- (or two-) make assembly of all time, and completely overwhelming. For the first time in my life I felt unable to...

Page 44 of July 1987 archive issue thumbnail Page 44, July 1987

Looking back with-Alan Brown

In the best company In the years following the end of WW2, Britain produced an astonishing number of good racing drivers. The achievements of some, such as Moss, Hawthorn, Scott Brown, Lewis-Evans and Brooks, are justly celebrated, but below that level was a stratum of professional drivers capable of running in the best company, always reliable, and sometimes able to produce surprise results. One...

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The Bugatti Brothers

The Brothers Who Loved Buggatis A personal devotion the the marque let to the founding of the Bugatti Club and Prescott Hillclimb. Bill Boddy recalls the Giles Brothers, the lynch-pin of the Bugatti enthusiasm in Britain. The Bugatti Owners Club has long been a club of world-wide renown. But like all such organisations it began humbly, when in 1929 three Bugatti owners met to discuss forming such...

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Thirty years ago, the marque "Elva" came to the scene and, for a decade, was one of the world's most successful makers of production racing cars. During a period of roughly 10 years, beginning in 1955, Elva cars enjoyed enormous success in competition but since most of it was in the United States, the marque remained relatively undervalued in Britain. Lotus, Cooper and Lola were the firms which...

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A pioneer Welsh motor business

Some notes on the Automobile Palace, Llandrindod Wells It all started when Roger Maughfling of Knighton went to his local printer about a calendar, and to show what results could be expected from a certain type of paper the printer pulled out of a drawer an old block, over 50 years old, of the picture reproduced (from this same block) at the top of this page. I saw that there was probably a story...

Page 86 of April 2004 archive issue thumbnail Page 86, April 2004

A charmed life

Alan Brown, who died earlier this year, wheeled and dealed his way through single-seaters and sports cars. Mike Lawrence remembers the colourful career of a true 1950s all-rounder Alan Brown was a Formula Three champion, the first man to win World championship points for Cooper, and the first to race a Vanwall. He was also a Formula One constructor (the man behind the Emerysons of 1961-62) and a...


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