Articles tagged Chetwynd

Page 22 of March 1934 archive issue thumbnail Page 22, March 1934


THE COMPLETE LIST OF COMPETITORS FROM ALL CONTROLS. LONDON Class 1 (over 16 h.p.) M. 21 Vauxhall. Lady M. Oldham, 21 h.p. Vauxhall. A. W. F. Smith, 20 h.p. Alvis. L. Baynes, 21 h.p. Wolseley. J. R. Edwards, 20 h.p. Armstrong Siddeley. M. V. Lambert, 24 h.p. Humber. T D. Wynn-Weston, 22 h.p. Rover. L. J. Hollingsworth, 30 h.p. Ford. Miss M. G., 28 h.p. Delage. Miss B. J. Streather, 19.82...

Page 33 of July 1933 archive issue thumbnail Page 33, July 1933


THE WHIT-MONDAY BROOKLANDS MEETING GOLD STAR WON BY C. BRACKEN BURY (BUGATTI). LADY DRIVERS COMPETING IN "MIXED" RACES FOR THE FIRST TIME. SCRATCH CARS OUT OF THE PICTURE Trit B..A.R.C. Meetings at Brooklands show little signs of waning popularity among drivers, in spite of a certain amount of dissatisfaction, for so many entries were received for the racing on Whit-Monday that the programme had...

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CONTINENTAL NOTES. ECORD ENTRY AT SINGLE FEES FOR LE MANS ENGLAND REPRESENTED BY ALTA, ALVIS, ASTON-MARTIN, AUSTIN, M.G, RILEY AND TALBOT. In spite of the gradual revival of "Grand Prix" racing having its inevitable effect of a reduction in the number of "sports car" events, the 24 Hour Race at Le Mans continues to draw a large entry. Indeed, this race together with the Italian 1,000 Miles and...

Page 19 of August 1932 archive issue thumbnail Page 19, August 1932


IN AID OF GUY'S THE Duke and Duchess of York were present on Saturday, July 2nd, at one . of the best days racing seen at Brooklands this season. The occasion was the Guys Gala and Motor Race Day, organised by the Junior Car Club in aid of Guy's Hospital. An air of gaiety and fashion pervaded the paddock, due, perhaps, to the presence of a Royal Enclosure, and the array of beautiful dresses in...

Page 21 of January 1954 archive issue thumbnail Page 21, January 1954

Baker's Dozen

An Account of the Cars Owned to Date by Edward G. Pool Baker's dozen seems an appropriate title for the story of the thirteen cars, or more accurately vehicles, I have owned since 1945. Particularly as a dictionary of slang lists us an alternative meaning: "To thrash vigorously." Early in 1945 I was granted a petrol allowance. I had been wounded and managed to persuade the authorities that a car...

Page 17 of February 1932 archive issue thumbnail Page 17, February 1932


THE COLMORE TRIAL. THE Colmore Trial which was instituted in 1911 by the Sutton Coldfield and North Birmingham Automobile Club (Sunbac) will be run this year on the 13th of this month. The start will be from the Unicorn Hotel, Stratford-on-Avon, and the route will be about 90 miles. The event is open to members of clubs associated with the R.A.C., and (in. the case of three-wheelers and...

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the list of entries starting from the 9 controls

THE LIST OF ENTRIES STARTING FROM THE 9 CONTROLS. LONDON CONTROL. CLASS 1. (Over 16 h.p.). 1. H. E. Symons (Armstrong-siddeley). 2 A. W. F. Smith (A.lvis). 3 Miss B. J. M. Streather (Alvis). 4 V. A. Prideaux Budge (S.S.1.). $ Raymond Way (Rover). 6 L. Maxwell & A. Kipling (Talbot). 7 P.3. McGrady (Lagonda). 8 B. S. J. Unite (M.G.). 9 Miss J. M. Varley (Talbot). 10 I,. Hall (Talbot). 11 W. H....

Page 27 of March 1936 archive issue thumbnail Page 27, March 1936


COMPLETE LIST,OF COMPETITORS Group I (Open cars im to 8 h.p.) Blackpool.-B. A. Hobson (M.G.) Bristol.-P. Plunkett (M.G.). Glasgow.-C. 0. Grant (M.G.); G. S. Scott (Austin). London.-Miss M. J. Dobson, N. B. Bracey, A. H. Kerr, A. W. F. Smith (M.G.$); H. C. Dryden (Ford) ; R. E. A. Broad (Morris), Leamington.-P. A. Thornton (Austin). Yarmouth.F. A. M. Docker (Austin). Group 2 (Closed cars up to 8...

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AWARDS FOR THE M.C.C. EXETER TRIAL M.G. MAGNETTES WIN TEAM PRIZE. SIXTEEN TRIPLE AWARDS. The twenty-second Exeter trial ended the final event of 1936-37 for the M.C.C. series of a Triple Award. This award is given to the driver who has gained a premier award in any group of the three M.C.C. trials—the Land's End, the Edinburgh and the Exeter. The following were the sixteen drivers to gain the...

Page 35 of July 1935 archive issue thumbnail Page 35, July 1935


HARROW C.C. The held at the end of The Tring Trial, held at the end of May, was designed especially to put large cars and family saloons on a level footing with sports cars. This aim was further assisted by good weather, which reduced the chances of failure on hills to a remote possibility. The first hazard, a stop and start on Tunnel Slide, near little Gadderden, was deceptive owing to a very...



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