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Page 33 of October 1976 archive issue thumbnail Page 33, October 1976

More about VSCC Cadwell

The two main races at the VSCC Race Meeting held at that most attractive setting of Cadwell Park in Lincolnshire last August are reported in the colour-section of this issue. But this was the first time VSCC members had raced there, and it was such an enjoyable and memorable occasion that the rest of the programme must not be neglected. It began with a 5-lap Scratch Race for vintage and p.v.t....

Page 36 of October 1932 archive issue thumbnail Page 36, October 1932

THE CIRCUIT OF GAROUPE

THE CIRCUIT OF GAROUPE BENOIT WINS KEENLY CONTESTED RACE. LISTER KILLED IN PRACTICE, THE Juan-les-Pins Rally, organised by the A.C. Antibes, culminated in a motor race held over the Circuit of Garoupe. At first it was decided to run the two classes, unlimited and up to 1500 c.c. at the same time, but owing to the heavy entry list this idea was abandoned, and the classes were staged as separate...

Page 37 of September 1937 archive issue thumbnail Page 37, September 1937

BRIGHTON SPEED TRIAL PROSPECTS

BRIGHTON SPEED TRIAL PROSPECTS Once again, on September 25th, the speed trials over the famous Madeira Drive at Brighton will be staged, in morning and altertionn SeSF ions. The course, which was used for sprint meetings in the very early days Of the sport, measures half a mile in length. has an excellent surtace and ample pull-up .spaee. Add to that the fact that it is wide enough to permit two...

Page 39 of October 1979 archive issue thumbnail Page 39, October 1979

The Italian Grand Prix

Forza Ferrari Monza, September 9th On arrival at Monza the most noteworthy thing to see was the first-class job the Automobile Club of Italy had made of the pits and paddock facilities. By very clever pruning of the existing pits and the wall between the pit road and the track they had effectively made the pit road three cars width in place of the previous two. Openings had been cut in the pit...

Page 67 of November 1969 archive issue thumbnail Page 67, November 1969

Book Reviews

BOOK REVIEWS "British Aviation—The Great War and Armistice", by Harald Penrose. 621 pp., 8 1/5 in. x 5 3/5 in. (Putnam & Co. Ltd, 9, Bow Street, Covent Garden, London, W.C.2. 105s.) This is another in Putnam's aviation series—and books about flying and aeroplanes seem to be out-numbering motoring books for the present—and it is the successor to the same author's earlier work "British Aviation...

Page 12 of December 1951 archive issue thumbnail Page 12, December 1951

Reports of Recent Events

Reports of Recent Events PLYMOUTH M.C. TRIAL (Oct. 4th) 200 CHALLENGE Thorny Aso REPLICA.-C. J. Crump (Marden). RUNNER-Up (BARTON TRopily AND REPLICA).it. W. Faulkner (Paul Special), BR8T P.M.C. Mumima (ANnaaw Ta0PnY).-0. Seali (Scan Special). BEST IN CLASS I (" 200 " )EPLICA).--B..Fitzwater (Riley Special). BEST IN CLANS 2 (" 200" REPUCA).-L. Parker (Parker Special). BEST IN CLASS 3 ("200"...

Page 11 of August 1948 archive issue thumbnail Page 11, August 1948

Alfas dominate the French Grand Prix

... and Ferrari wins the Small-Car Race Specially reported for Motor Sport " by T. G. Moore Once again at Rheims the 1-1/2-litre Alfa Romeos have shown their superiority against all comers in winning the first three places in the French Grand Prix, driven by Wimille, Sanesi and Ascari. Their chief challenge came from the single-seater 4-1/2-litre Talbots, which are steadily improving in speed and...

Page 44 of September 1961 archive issue thumbnail Page 44, September 1961

Seventh T.T. For Moss

Britain's oldest motor race, the Tourist Trophy, held for the fourth time at Goodwood, received an entry which could hardly be called International and when no less than seven of the entries withdrew, the race lost much of its interest. The Ferraris of Seidel and Berney were withdrawn from the big-car class, as were the Jaguar E-types of McLaren and Wicken; the latter, not having shown...

Page 27 of November 1975 archive issue thumbnail Page 27, November 1975

STARTING GRID

STARTING GRID 12 1 N. Lauda E. Fittipaldi (Ferrari flat-12) (McLaren-CO.1yard, V8) 312133/023 M23j8-2 I min. 42.003 sec. 1 mm. 42.360 sec. 7 17 . C. Reutemann J-P. Jarier (Brabbani-Cosusirth 1/81 t!Aadow-Cosw"lh 1/8,) 13T440/ I DNS/43A 1 min. 42..685 Sec. 1 min. 42.759 sec. 27 9 M. Andretti V. Brambilla (Farnetli-Costeorth VS) (Alarch-Costeorth V8) VP.14/002 75113 1 min. 42.822 sec. 1 min, 42.846...

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Guards International Trophy

For the last few years the big B.R.S.C.C. sports-car meeting on the Monday of the August Bank Holiday weekend has provided the best racing in the country at the time. This season's event was well up to standard, fine weather and an excellent entry for all five races on the programme resulting in an even larger turnout of spectators than usual—over 30,000 being estimated by some people. The main...

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