Articles tagged David Moseley

Page 68 of December 1997 archive issue thumbnail Page 68, December 1997

The Irving Napier Golden Arrow

The chance find of three Napier engines in the caribbean has brought hope of making a famous record-holder run again. Bill Boddy relates how Segrave's car differed from the machines it beat to take the LSRs As announced last month the National Motor Museum at Beaulieu plans to raise funding to restore to running order the Irving Napier LSR car 'Golden Arrow'. The LSR is very much in the news now...

Page 46 of April 1930 archive issue thumbnail Page 46, April 1930


1H Ilk LE aadj IH IE IR LE 'c2tr/sh aft" THE Maidstone Show which is organised annually by Rootes, Ltd., was this year open for the week beginning March 17th. This is the tenth occasion on which the Show has been held, and it can truthfully be described as an Olympia in miniature. It is also a strictly British affair, for all the cars exhibited were of British manufacture. The cars on view...

Page 52 of May 1992 archive issue thumbnail Page 52, May 1992

What are you on?

This is, I imagine, a question heard frequently in betting-shops and on racecourses. Not being a betting man, I cannot confirm it. This may sound prudish but the fact is that at Brooklands I was too occupied with the racing, and too broke, to bet, although bookmakers were in abundance, later supplemented by a Tote. So, apart from the Derby-day sixpence on a horse picked with a pin, in my mother's...


October 2019
Brawn Supremacy



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