Articles tagged D. E. Harris

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

Club News

SOUTHPORT M.C. SOUTHPORT M.C. In spite of a whole crop of difficulties, the " Jubilee 75 " race was a great success. It was really rather remarkable that the race took place at all. First of all the club premises were burgled and all the paraphernalia for marking the course, flags, ropes, posts, etc., were removed. The replacement of this equipment in time for the race was no mean feat, but...

Page 12 of January 1934 archive issue thumbnail Page 12, January 1934

Entries for the Monte Carlo Rally

Entries for the Monte Carlo Rally. REPORTS of intense cold, blizzards and the like have in no way discouraged the Rally-minded, and entries, which of course reach a crescendo just before the closing date of December 24th, have been coining in well. Several English drivers, including Lord de Clifford, the President of the British Competitors' Club, will attempt the difficult journey from Athens,...

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THE R.A.C. HASTINGS RALLY

THE R.A.C. HASTINGS RALLY AN S.S. SUCCESS—FRAZER-NASH-B.M.W., FORD, MORGAN, RILEY, SINGER AND TRIUMPH "IN THE RUNNING " SEVERE CONDITIONS. There are some people who can see nothing in the least intriguing about driving in the R.A.C.'s annual 1,000 miles Rally. Personally, we quite appreciate the strong sense of adventure underlying the task, in spite of the reliability of modern cars, and felt...

Page 6 of February 1936 archive issue thumbnail Page 6, February 1936

A PRE-RALLY DIARY

A PRE RALLY DIARY EN ROUTE TO TALLINN WITH A 4',-LITRE LAGONDA No matter how carefully a sports car is built, the final test of its qualities, assuming that bad luck does not intervene, will always be to enter it in open competition. Previous experience has convinced me that the combination of rough roads and high average speeds one meets with on the Monte Carlo Rally, form one of the most...

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THE AWARDS FOR THE M.C .C. EXETER TRIAL

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 38 of June 1937 archive issue thumbnail Page 38, June 1937

THE M.C.C. "EDINBURGH"

M.C.C. " EDINBURGH " At Easter the M.C.C. gave us a muchstiffer-than-usual Land's End and in some people's eyes thereby fell from grace. As if to make amends they contributed a very easy Edinburgh Trial, although the last new hills were rather different from the usual M.C.C. fare, and would undoubtedly have become slime-lanes with more rain beforehand. Even in the dry conditions prevailing they...

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

CLUB NEWS

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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RESULT OF THE LONDON TO EXETER TRIAL

RESULTS OF THE LONDON TO EXETER TRIAL Here is the list of awards : PREMIER AWARDS: Fords (J. Harrison, J. McEvoy, G. M. Denton, Hon. A. D. Chetwynd, J. 13. Thompson), M.G. Magnettes (H. K. Crawford, H. I. Wilkes, D. G. Evans), M.G. Midgets CL E. S. Jones, J. A.. Bitstock, J. M. Toulmitd, Riley (H. Dobbs), Singer (A. B. Langley). SILVER MEDALS: A.C. .(W. P. UglOw), Alvis M. W. B. May, T. H....

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