Articles tagged Agnew

Page 40 of August 1965 archive issue thumbnail Page 40, August 1965

"In full flight"

"In Full Flight," by Captain A. Spooner, D.S.O., D.F.C. 272 pp. (Macdonald & Co. (Publishers) Ltd., Gulf House, 2, Portman Street, London, W.1. 35s.) There have been plenty of books by pilots about their experiences in World War II but this is more than just another on the same subject. It is written by someone dedicated to flying and commences with the Brooklands days, when young Spooner...

Page 5 of September 1944 archive issue thumbnail Page 5, September 1944

THE OUTER CIRCUIT "200s"

THE OUTER CIRCUIT "200s" SEPTEMBER 20th was fixed as the day for the fourth J.C.C. 200-Mile Race at Brooklands, and this time, apart from the 1,100-c.c.. and li-litre categories, a 750-c.c. class was introduced. When entries closed at single fees 47 had come in, comprising HuntleyWalker's Darracq team, five Bugattis, four Horstmans, two Alvis,. four Aston-Martins, two Warwicks, two Thomas-...

Page 45 of July 1978 archive issue thumbnail Page 45, July 1978

Those Boulogne Races

Sir, It was with great pleasure that I read the fascinating account of the 1923 Boulogne races in the May issue. However, I feel that the Aston-Martin entered by Mrs. Agnew and driven by R. C. Morgan has received scant justice, for surely if The Autocar of September 7, 1923 and numerous other sources are to be believed, it was this car, and not, strictly speaking, the Salmson, which was credited...

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