Articles tagged David Murray

Page 17 of August 1937 archive issue thumbnail Page 17, August 1937

Letters from Readers

fetteio THE LONDON G.P. Sir, As a spectator at last month's meeting at Crystal Palace, I should like to utter an extremely strong protest at what I consider the exorbitant charges for car parking. I do feel, and I am sure that very many will agree with me, that the charge of 5s. for parking one's car outside the grounds was exorbitant, especially in view of the fact that it costs only 8s. to go...

Page 65 of May 2001 archive issue thumbnail Page 65, May 2001

Ecurie Ecosse Transporter

The famous Scottish team's flagship has brought Paddocks to a halt since 1960. Gordon Cruickshank takes a look at this HGV's impressive CV Few teams have enjoyed such loyal patrons as Ecurie Ecosse. Privately funded by a selfeffacing benefactor and a desperately keen supporters' club, it rode high on a tide of national pride to international success. One of the keys to this hearty support was...

Page 26 of May 1951 archive issue thumbnail Page 26, May 1951

CLUB AFFAIRS

CLUB AFFAIRS ** • Citroen owners in the Exeter area have formed the Devon Citroen Owners' Club. Hon. Sec. : E. J. Taylor, " Glenroyd," Hills View, Barnstaple, Devon. * * * The annual general meeting Of the North Midland M.C. was held on March 19th, at the Devonshire Arms Hotel, Baslow. The following club officers were elected :— Chairman : It. C. Costigan. Vice-Chairman : J. Seaman. General...

Page 11 of March 1952 archive issue thumbnail Page 11, March 1952

Allard wins the Monte Carlo Rally for Britain

Sunbeam-Talbot 2nd. Simca Sport 3rd. Class Winners Comprise Dyna-Panhard, Volkswagen and Simca Sport. Mrs Molander (Saab) takes Coupe des Dames. Mike Couper's MkVI Bentley wins Concours de Confort Prix d'Honneur. Weather conditions for this year's Monte Carlo Rally were tough, and it is therefore with the maximum of satisfaction that we record how British cars and crews won through. Sydney Allard...

Page 22 of September 1967 archive issue thumbnail Page 22, September 1967

The parade of Anciens Pilotes

The idea of having a demonstration of historic racing cars driven by members of the Club Internationale des Anciens Pilotes des Grands Prix at Silverstone on July 15th, before the start of the British G.P. was an excellent idea, for which credit must go to the C.J.A.P. and the B.R.D.C. But such inaccurate accounts: have been published about it, due to confusion over who drove what car and so on,...

Page 22 of November 1993 archive issue thumbnail Page 22, November 1993

The circuit that never was

In the summer, we carried a letter proposing the use of the title 'Scottish Grand Prix' to bring a second Formula One race to the UK. The writer, Ian Scott-Watson, went on to recall attempts to develop a new race circuit in Scotland in the 1960s, which prompted a response from a reader who was involved at the time — Professor Christopher Riley, the Liverpool architect who was engaged to produce...

Page 14 of February 1952 archive issue thumbnail Page 14, February 1952

Rumblings

Preparations As the new season of racing comes nearer plans and preparations conceived during the winter come closer to fruition. Naturally, in view of the emphasis on Formula II and the splendid showing of the HWM team in this field last year, as described in the September issue of Motor Sport, eyes turn to Walton-On-Thames, where John Heath is well advanced with the 1952 HWM Formula II cars....

Page 11 of July 2010 archive issue thumbnail Page 11, July 2010

Contributors

Eric Dymock Eric’s oeuvre of motoring and racing books and his long career writing in newspapers and magazines on the subject might lead you to think he had a narrow world view. In fact he’s equally hot on World War II and Gilbert and Sullivan, though the story he has uncovered about the sad fate of Ecurie Ecosse founder David Murray is a very long way from light opera. Franca Davenport Daughter...

Page 86 of April 2013 archive issue thumbnail Page 86, April 2013

Lunch with… Norman Dewis

During 33 years and more than a quarter of a million 100mph miles, Norman Dewis was a dedicated team player who helped make Jaguar great By Simon Taylor Marque loyalty is an old-fashioned concept these days. A driver will swap seats after a season or two, a designer will change teams, an engineer or technician will quietly ask around to tease out available opportunities. Everyone's looking to...

Page 145 of March 2008 archive issue thumbnail Page 145, March 2008

Ecurie Ecosse

David Murray and the legendary Scottish motor racing team Eric Dymock It’s a little poignant to be reviewing this after hearing that one of EE’s characters, Jimmy Stewart, had died, but this absorbing account of the blue cars gives his abilities full credit. Dymock is ideally placed, because he knew most of the players and edited the team magazine. When he says “Ian Stewart was every bit Stirling...

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