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Page 34 of February 1982 archive issue thumbnail Page 34, February 1982

The MCC "Exeter" Trial

A look back Because snowstorms of record severity, combined with iced-up roads, prevailed over Southern England before the 1982 "Exeter" Trial, the Motor Cycling Club wisely cancelled the event. Sad, especially when you think about the great concourse of willing voluntary helpers and marshals, the hotels, cafes and petrol stations which were opening specially for the event and the disappointed...

Page 60 of January 1995 archive issue thumbnail Page 60, January 1995

Those "Boxing Night Exeters"

I thought that, in this age of a great many highly organised events for the older cars and with the real MCC Exeter Trial approaching, it might be worth recalling some quite unofficial fun in which a few true vintage-car enthusiasts participated some years ago. I refer to the "Boxing Night Exeters" which Motor Sport and I ran back in the 1950s. The idea was to re-enact the earlier Motor Cycling...

Page 29 of April 1990 archive issue thumbnail Page 29, April 1990

Vetreran to Classic - MCC Trials In Vintage Times

That the Motor Cycling Club is the oldest such organisation for cars and motorcycles, having been formed in 1901, and that it continues to run its classic trials, with their traditional night sections, much as it has done for the past 86 years, starting with the London-Edinburgh run, earns congratulations from most enthusiasts and much satisfaction on the part of those who still participate in...

Page 34 of November 1969 archive issue thumbnail Page 34, November 1969

Mexican Grand Prix

Mexico City, October 19th After a somewhat lean year of Formula One, Denis Hulme came to the fore in the final round of the 1969 World Championship series at Mexico City on October 19th. Driving a two-year-old works McLaren he beat Ickx's Brabham to the line after 65 laps of hard racing. Again the interesting and well appointed Magdalena Mixhuca circuit was in use and an enormous crowd was...

Page 19 of January 1977 archive issue thumbnail Page 19, January 1977

Matters of moment

The future of MCC long-distance trials In a world in which motoring and motor-racing have changed down the years; about as much as the political and environmental scene, there has been a pleasing continuity about those classic long-distance trials organised by the MCC—the Motor Cycling Club, founded in 1901, and thus the oldest Club of its kind in existence, a body which has long catered for both...

Page 98 of December 1981 archive issue thumbnail Page 98, December 1981

"The Veteran Car Club-50 Years Pictorial History"

"The Veteran Car Club — 50 Years Pictorial History". by Elizabeth Nagle and Michael Sedgwick. 176 pp. 11 1/2" X 8". The Veteran Car Club of Great Bruain, essannne Howe, 15 High Street, Ashwell, Hero., SG7 5N L. £13.00). The VCC of GB, founded in 1930, has celebrated its half-century with this excellent pictorial coverage of the many and diverse events it has organised, here and in Europe, and...


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