Articles tagged C. G. Coe

Page 51 of August 1924 archive issue thumbnail Page 51, August 1924


BROOKLANDS SUMMER MEETING. THE first Saturday of July was remarkable for the outdoor festivals which attracted sport and pleasure-loving Londoners. Racing at Henley, Lawn Tennis at Wimbledon, horse racing at Alexandra Park, a selection of first class cricket engagements, and— above all, of course—Brooklands, were among the items on a mixed menu of sport. Thus, we suppose that we should really not...

Page 44 of March 1931 archive issue thumbnail Page 44, March 1931


ITEMS OF INTER1-4,ST FROM VARIOUS SOURCES Diesel Car at Daytona. a private cable to Messrs. C. C. Wakefield & Co. Ltd., Mr. C. L. Cummins, the well-known American engineers announces that in the course of a trial officially observed by the Contest Board of the American Automobile Association his Diesel-engined car established a record for this type of vehicle of 100.75 m.p.h. This remarkable...

Page 13 of October 1924 archive issue thumbnail Page 13, October 1924


1. J. A. Porter (249 New Gerrard), Edinburgh, 311. 27 in. 47 S. =59..2 m.p.h. ; 2. J. A. Forsythe (249 Diamond), Belfast, 3 h. 37 M. 31 S. ; L. T. Gridland (249 Gloucester, 3 h. 58 in. 17.2/5 S. (16 started, 3 finished). 350 C.C. RACE (205 miles).-I. F. Andrews (344 New Imperial), Belfast, 3 h. 26 in. 35 S. =59.54 m.p.h. ; 2. W. Andrews (344 New Imperial), Belfast, 3 h. 35 tn. 47 S. ; 3. T....

Page 13 of August 1925 archive issue thumbnail Page 13, August 1925


MOTORING SPORTSMEN. Major C. G. Coe. By THE EDITOR. THOUGH best known to our readers by reason of his successful appearances at Brooklands Track, hill climbs, and various Continental events, Major C. G. Coe has been a very keen motorist for about 20 years, during which time he has owned all sorts and conditions of machines, ranging from an early record breaker in the form of a Martin-jap motor-...

Page 5 of November 1941 archive issue thumbnail Page 5, November 1941


SCUDERIA STATHAM [The Scuderia idea is likely to appeal particularly to younger readers who cannot achieve much when working on their own. So we have pleasure in including a description, by J. Heywood Statham, of a " Scuderia " he and his friends operated.—Edd MY brother and 1 were both fortunate in having our zest for speed and fast motor cars in some measure satisfied at an early age. My father...

Page 3 of August 1925 archive issue thumbnail Page 3, August 1925


CONTENTS. Editorial Notes ... ••• ... ••• ••• ••• How I Won the Grand Prix d'Europe. By the late Antonio Ascari ... ... ... ... ... Sporting Machines on Test. The Brough Superior S.S. ioo. By Arnold Radclyffe ... E. A. D. Eldridge v. J. G. Parry Thomas .•• ••• On Cultivating the Use of the Gear Box. By Major C. M. Harvey ••• ... ... ... • t• Motoring Sportsmen.—Major C. G. Coe ••• ••• Wireless on...

Page 41 of March 1935 archive issue thumbnail Page 41, March 1935

Brooklands Again on the 16th !

Brooklands Again on the 16th! No surer sign of Spring can be found than the first yellow sheet Of Supplementary Regulations for the B.A.R.C. opening meeting at Brooklands. The date this year is March 16th (Weather and other circumstances permitting). A programme of "Mountain," Short and Long Handicaps, and Sprint Scratch races has been arranged, all designated by the prefix " New Haw."...

Page 11 of January 1939 archive issue thumbnail Page 11, January 1939


GOOD OLD DAYS AT BROOKLANDS SOME RAMBLING REMINISCENCES OF A REGULAR WEYBRIDGE HABITUE THE other evening I had occasion to turn out the contents of an old trunk. Among them I found a photograph album which at one time was the pride of my life. The pictures in it were a mixed lot, judged by modern standards, but they brought back a rush of memories of a time which seems strangely far away. They...

Page 15 of November 1924 archive issue thumbnail Page 15, November 1924

A Carburetter which gives Extra Miles per Hour and Extra Miles per Gallon Simultaneously.

Ihas:come to be regarded as a matter of course that the carburetter setting for power and speed must be quite different to that which is required when the aim is economical running ; the same effect will not give the best results in both directions. Most track and trial enthusiasts tune for power and leave fuel economy entirely out of the question. They may do so reluctantly, but they do it. In...

Page 38 of January 1979 archive issue thumbnail Page 38, January 1979

Vintage Postbag

Single-Plate Clutches Sir, I wouldn't call myself an historian but I can read reference books, let's hope they are right; single-plate clutches were fitted by E. R. Thomas, De Dion Bouton, Knox, Rover and Austin between 1908-12 and possibly earlier. Other makes listed as using a disc or plate clutch, not multiplate, before WW1 include, Berliet, Dolphin, Hallamshire, La Buire, Lorraine Dietrich,...


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