Articles tagged Alastair

Page 33 of February 1950 archive issue thumbnail Page 33, February 1950

Club News

We Hear A. F. Wright has acquired a 1928 Amilcar Grand Sport which he intends to keep as near to original condition as possible. Out in Johannesburg Jeffs Watson has a two-cylinder G.W.K. two-seater believed to be of 1911 vintage, which was apparently exported in 1912 and which survives in very good condition, taking part in a recent Safety Week Procession driven by Mrs. Watson. L. N. Borra hopes...

Page 106 of September 2006 archive issue thumbnail Page 106, September 2006

Collector Alistair Morrison

This is one collection which works for its living. From F1 to Formula Junior, these cars are out on the track through the season, bringing pleasure to owner and onlookers alike Words: Gordon Cruickshank. Photography: Charlie Hopkinson I always want to be hands-on...” Thus Alistair Morrison, Formula 1 car racer, mechanic, machinist – he even drives the truck. Does he do everything? “Not entirely;...

Page 9 of October 1942 archive issue thumbnail Page 9, October 1942

Cars I have owned

Clive Windsor Richards has a decided preference for really big four-cylinder engines, as he emphasises very clearly in this article. Before the war he was a prominent competitor in races and trials with a diversity of cars and, up to the war, was captain of that great club, Vintage S.C.C. – Ed. I suppose under a title such as the above one may be permitted to include one's earliest recollections...


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