Articles tagged Anglia

Page 84 of May 2007 archive issue thumbnail Page 84, May 2007

Lunch with... Martin Brundle

The racer turned commentator and driver manager looks back on an eventful and turbulent career with Simon TaylorPhotographer: James Mitchell He raced in 158 grands prix over 12 seasons, and his rides included McLaren, Benetton and Williams. He scored points from his first F1 race to his last, and stood on the podium nine times, from Monaco to Monza, Spa to Silverstone. And he was World Sports Car...

Page 36 of December 1961 archive issue thumbnail Page 36, December 1961

Rumblings

Guild Day at Goodwood Rather belatedly we present the Editor's impressions of the 14 cars he drove round Goodwood at the Guild of Motoring Writers' Motor Show Test Day on October 22nd, between talking to friends and enjoying the hospitality in the big refreshment marquee. Fourteen was an appropriate number of cars to try because this was the 14th of these annual Test Days, which form one of the...

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"Daily Express" Silverstone Races

A Pageant of Speed Silverstone, Northamptonshire, May 14th. The annual day of racing on the Silverstone circuit, organised by the B.R.D.C., started off at 10.30 a.m, on a bright and sunny morning with a 35-lap race for sports cars, the majority of which were using large American V8 engines. The entry was mostly of Group 7 FIA 2-seater racers, with the addition of a few homologated Group 4 sports...

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NORTH STAFFS M.C. (Sept. 24th)

Anstice-Brown (Halselec) wins "Motor Sport' Trophy THE Final Of the MOTOR SPORT Silverstone Trophy, which was contested at the North Staffs M.C. meeting, provided a comfortable win for John Anstice-Brown in his Climax-engined Halselec from Mrs. Peter Gammon's hot Ford Anglia and Neil Dangerfield's very fast Triumph TR3. Twenty-one competitors who had qualified at various meetings throughout the...

Page 32 of March 1961 archive issue thumbnail Page 32, March 1961

Another Monte Carlo Fiasco

Any Monagesque not conversant with colloquial English must have been puzzled by the frequent use of the word "fiddle" by the British contingent in the Monte Carlo Rally, coupled from time to time with several other short and explicit adjectives. Although the Automobile Club de Monaco presumably had no intention of giving the Panhard drivers an easy ride into the first three places, their dubious...

Page 56 of May 1955 archive issue thumbnail Page 56, May 1955

On Snetterton, Snow and the Good Old Days

Sir, The enclosed remarks of mine may be of use to you for publication, and create a certain amount of interest among your readers. There was a tremendous lot of fuss made about last winter's snow spell and no doubt it was bad in places, but within a 30-mile radius of this place and Snetterton just nothing. Not a patch on 1946-47 when I was out on the road every day, Sundays included. I was...

Page 28 of January 1953 archive issue thumbnail Page 28, January 1953

Ford Zephyr-Six Test Report

2-1/4-litre Saloon with "Over-Square" Engine Provides Effortless and Comfortable 70 m.p.h. Travel and is a Pleasure to Drive Having taken a Ford Consul up to Charterhall and back for the excellent racing at Scotland's first International Race Meeting last October, Motor Sport  recently had the pleasure of doing a rapid day-tour into Wales with a Ford Zephyr-Six. On the latter occasion we took no...

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Lunch with Win Percy

He was already 31 when his career began in earnest, but a late start was no impediment for one of racing's true gents Writer Simon Taylor Analyse the human make-up of successful racing drivers, and you uncover fascinating variety. There'll always be a powerful will to win, of course, although this may manifest itself in differing ways. Plus you'd expect aggression: maybe openly on display, maybe...

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With An Anglia To The Sun

First Day Out. -- The de luxe model Anglia is here seen resting while its occupants consume lunch near Toul in Northern France. With an Anglia to the Sun? No, the Ford Motor Company do not yet sell inter-planetary space ships but they can supply suitable vehicles for making a journey to the Continent where late season sunshine can be found, the Italian Riviera, for example. And so it was that we...

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2,000 Miles in the 80-Bore Ford

A Test Report on the New Anglia -- Dagenham's £610 Family Saloon. Excellent All-round Qualities Characterise the o.h.v. 4-speed 105E Model. Restyled Body with Reverse-Angle Rear Window. After making dreary small cars for too long, Ford of Dagenham announced clever and decidedly worth while new one-litre models just prior to the opening of the London Motor Show. A new, exceedingly "over-square," o...

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