Articles tagged Anne Itier

Page 18 of August 1931 archive issue thumbnail Page 18, August 1931


THE GRAND PRIX DE LA MARNE IT was rather a pity, perhaps, that the Grand Prix de la Marne, run over a road circuit in the neighbourhood of Reims, was held on the second day of the Belgian Touring Grand Prix, Sunday 5th July, as the clashing of the two events may have somewhat reduced the field of each. However, the Marne race attracted a satisfactory number of entries, although it was definitely...

Page 10 of September 1939 archive issue thumbnail Page 10, September 1939


THE COMMINGES GRAND PRIX VICTORY FOR LEBEGUE (DARRACQ) AFTER GREAT DUEL WITH WIMILLE (BUGATTI) AMD SOMMER (DARRACQ) AFEW years ago the Comminges Grand Prix used to be quite an important event in France, being first of all a real Grand Prix and later a race for sports-cars. Then, possibly owing to the fact that the place is not far from the Franco-Spanish frontier, on the other side of which the...

Page 9 of July 1936 archive issue thumbnail Page 9, July 1936

Continental Notes and News

Continental._ N©t and. Newz Force Majeure What with strikes in France and Belgium, anarchy in Spain, and unrest in Poland, Europe is a difficult place to live in these days. A comprehensive tour :'pf the Continent would leave no one in doubt that Britain offers exceptional advantages as a domicile—but for how long remains to be seen. In the face of these major crises, motor-racing struggles on as...

Page 15 of November 1945 archive issue thumbnail Page 15, November 1945


The Seven's Beginnings As this is by way of being something of a special Austin Seven issue, it is worth while looking back on the of the Seven as a racing as a car. The very first racing Austin Seven appeared almost as soon as the standard models — in 1928. Capt. Arthur Waite had a simple 2-seater racing body fitted to what was virtually a standard chassis, even to the absence of shock-absorbers...

Page 21 of April 1947 archive issue thumbnail Page 21, April 1947

Club News

We Hear Arthur Fogg has forsaken his Scott "Flying Squirrel" and half-finished racing Scott for the ex-Lang, ex-Butler, unblown "Ulster" Austin Seven. Lt. E. C. Emmett, R.N., has acquired a 1913 G.W.K. as companion to his "4/4" Morgan, and craves also a 1923 G.W.K., which he knows to exist in London, and a Trojan. And just to prove that there is no end to the veterans, Patrick Green has unearthed...


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