Articles tagged C. Morgan

Page 6 of February 1937 archive issue thumbnail Page 6, February 1937


THE SIXTEENTH MONTE CARLO RALLY THE HIGHEST PLACED BRITISH ENTRANT WAS D. H. MURRAY (FRAZER-NASH-B.M.W.) DELAHAYE FIRST, FIFTH AND EIGHTH. This year, people once again prophesied the Monte Carlo Rally would not be a success. and until the last entries were received it did rather look as if interest in this event was waning. The last min. ute entries however, proved this was all wrong, as 133...

Page 64 of January 1986 archive issue thumbnail Page 64, January 1986

The Editor Brings Together — Two B & M Aston-Martins

The Bamford and Martin Aston-Martins were made a long time ago, in quite small numbers, but interest in them has never been greater, thanks to the research into their history by the AMOC. Justifiably, because they were hand-built sporting cars of immaculate conception that made a considerable contribution to British competition success.. Consequently, I thought it would be worthwhile to bring...

Page 45 of July 1978 archive issue thumbnail Page 45, July 1978

Those Boulogne Races

Sir, It was with great pleasure that I read the fascinating account of the 1923 Boulogne races in the May issue. However, I feel that the Aston-Martin entered by Mrs. Agnew and driven by R. C. Morgan has received scant justice, for surely if The Autocar of September 7, 1923 and numerous other sources are to be believed, it was this car, and not, strictly speaking, the Salmson, which was credited...


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