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Page 52 of June 1968 archive issue thumbnail Page 52, June 1968

20th B.R.D.C. International Trophy, Silverstone

For the 20th B.R.D.C. International Daily Express Trophy race at Silverstone, the Club amassed a small but fairly representative field of Formula One cars. Heading the entry were Hulme and McLaren in the two impeccably-prepared McLaren M7A-Cosworth V8s, which finished first and third in the Race of Champions, and Ferrari sent over two cars, one a new, slightly sleeker-chassised V12 with the...

Page 3 of June 1947 archive issue thumbnail Page 3, June 1947

Prescott Spring Hill-Climb

Sydney Allard beats them all in his new car. Five Class records fall. Magnificent ascents by John Bolster. The weather was perfect at Prescott on May 11th and at this popular venue, set in beautiful hill-country, a large crowd saw five class records fall and Sydney Allard make f.t.d. and come within 1.11 sec. of Raymond Mays' record, with the new racing, but unblown, Allard. The veterans opened...

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Vintage Postbag

Lanchester versus Rolls-Royce Sir Your articles on "They Believed in Ghosts" and the R. R. Chauffeur's School were most interesting. The stupendous list of R.R maintenance items in the latter reminded me of a story told to me long ago by a member of the family of the last managing director of the old Lanchester company. A potential customer inquired of Rolls-Royce about the guarantee. He was told...

Page 49 of March 1965 archive issue thumbnail Page 49, March 1965

Radar

From Lord Howe Sir, Since I believe that I was one of the first to attack the use of the radar speed meter by the Buckinghamshire police and opposed its purchase in the early stages, I was interested to read Mr. N. J. Pugh's letter in the January issue of Motor Sport. I have received numerous letters supporting my views and a few, very few, in opposition, so it is not unreasonable to suppose that...

Page 38 of May 1954 archive issue thumbnail Page 38, May 1954

Club News

South Wales A.C. It was very disappointing that the South Wales A.C. should have had such a bad day for the first of their speed events on their new hill on April 3rd. The heavy hill mist and rain never let up for a moment and reduced the visibility on the 600-yard course to something like 50 to 60 yards, making organising an extremely difficult and very wet job. That this was achieved with the...

Page 27 of May 1976 archive issue thumbnail Page 27, May 1976

The 28th Daily Express International Trophy

A tribute to Graham Hill Silverstone April 10th/11th The annual Springtime motoring garden party at Silverstone, organised by the BRDC with the help of the Daily Express, this year took on a new role, as it was named the Graham Hill International Trophy, in memory of that very popular figure who tragically lost his life last year, along with five members of his racing team. The two-day programme...

Page 51 of July 1955 archive issue thumbnail Page 51, July 1955

Club News

S.T.D. Register The Sunbeam S.T.D. Register held a successful Talbot Rally at Seaford on May 29th, organised by Mr. R. Bilby, which was attended by the Talbot designer Georges Roesch. After a picnic lunch on the downs the cars were driven to a roped-off enclosure by the Martello Tower, where a Concours d'Elegance was judged by Commander Jack of the Seaford Town Council and W. Boddy, Editor of...

Page 33 of February 1975 archive issue thumbnail Page 33, February 1975

The Mumford Marina Convertible

An open-air family car So far as we know this Government has yet to tax fresh air and those with sufficient energy and time can continue to exercise their limbs in beautiful parts of Britain far removed from the Whitehall bureaucrats. But what of the rest of us, those with little energy and/or time who also enjoy fresh air, but whose exercise is restricted to pushing pedals, and turning wheels?...

Page 41 of July 1961 archive issue thumbnail Page 41, July 1961

THE A.D.A.C. 1,000 KILOMETERS

THE A.D.A.C. 1,000 KILOMETRES A Remarkable Race ADENAU, GERMANY, May 281h THE. r,000 kilometres race over 44 laps of the famous Nurburgring probably affords more people the opportunity to motor race and to try their hand at cornering, than any other motor racing event. The entry is always enormous, ranging from works sports cars to small privately-owned G.T. cars, and the drivers from Seasoned...

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CLUB NEWS

Riley Register THE Riley Register, which caters for all pre-war Coventry-built Rileys, is in a healthy state financially. It has an Autumn Weekend on September 25th / 26th, at which, among other happenings including the dinner and AGM, cars will assemble at 9.30 a.m. on the Sunday on Southport sands, where those motor-races used to be held, for presentation to the Mayor of Southport, before...

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