Articles tagged Brian Cocks

Page 45 of May 1990 archive issue thumbnail Page 45, May 1990

Club News

If you wish to have your club event publicised in this section, please contact SS at the usual MOTOR SPORT address. Do not be too disheartened if your entry does not appear; space is obviously limited and you may be lucky next time around! As part of the Gates Group's celebration of its 70th anniversary year, an Epping Forest/Herts Model T Ford Rally is being organised which should be of...

Page 86 of November 1977 archive issue thumbnail Page 86, November 1977

A six hour surprise

After 27 editions the 750 MC's 6-hour Relay is an established annual outing for the biggest variety of racing and road vehicles to share the track in Britain. A triumph of the handicappers art, it is designed to bring together the entire spectrum of British racing outside the pure single seater categories. The relay is a credit w the memo, of 750 MC founder-member Holland Birkett, whose surname...

Page 69 of April 1988 archive issue thumbnail Page 69, April 1988

A preview to the coming Historic season

Thrilling the crowds Britain is the hub of the motor racing world. That situation has evolved over many years and is reflected in today's historic racing, where the Historic Sports Car Club sets the pattern which the rest of the world follows. As the HSCC steadily develops and supports new areas of interest, so Germany, Australia and Sweden and the other motor racing countries join the movement....

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A flavour of old Brooklands — At BARC Thruxton on May 2nd

Liking the sound of "Brooklands Raceday" which the BARC was holding on Bank Holiday, we pointed the Alfa 6 in that direction. Having been reading the Earl of Cardigan's "The Wardens of Savernake Forest" (Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1949) in which the author refers to his landing strip at Postern Hill (from which he used to fly his Avro 504, see Motor Sport, November 1982, p.1494) we diverted on...

Page 42 of June 1978 archive issue thumbnail Page 42, June 1978

The British Empire Trophy

A weak shadow of its former self Donington Park, May 7th The British Empire Trophy is an event steeped in history. Since its inception in 1932, it has been won by many Of Britain's leading racing drivers from John Cobb in that first year, to Freddie Dixon, Richard Seaman, Raymond Mays and Stirling Moss. Nowadays the Trophy is a weak shadow of its former self. Last year it was revived once more...

Page 33 of August 1978 archive issue thumbnail Page 33, August 1978

The Brabham-Alfa Romeo fan

Once again, whether he likes it or not, Niki Lauda has written his name indelibly in the Grand Prix history books, this time by winning the Swedish Grand Prix with a car that was subsequently banned. To be strictly accurate, it wasn't the car itself that was banned but the device it carried. Outwardly the EcclestoneBrabham-Alfa Romeo team arrived in Sweden with two of their normal BT46 cars...

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