Articles tagged David Murray

Page 68 of December 1994 archive issue thumbnail Page 68, December 1994

Historic focus - TKF 9

D for two TKF 9 was responsible for launching the F1 careers of Henry Taylor and Jim Clark. And it’s never stopped racing since. . . "There's someone else who really ought to be here, and that's Jimmy Clark." The speaker is Henry Taylor, former GP driver, and we are gathered in the BRDC Suite at Silverstone to reminisce about a car both Taylor and Clark drove early in their careers — Jaguar D-...

Page 78 of January 1990 archive issue thumbnail Page 78, January 1990


The Jaguar Scrapbook by Philip Porter. 168pp. 1034" x 8". Haynes Publishing Group, Spark ford, Yeovil BA22 7JJ. £17.95 Not another Jaguar book? Haynes themselves have 17 others! But on examination I decided that this must be the best browsing book of 1990. What Philip Porter has done is to make up a truly browsable book from all manner of SS and Jaguar items, letters, tear-sheets, reproductions...

Page 13 of September 1956 archive issue thumbnail Page 13, September 1956

Matters of moment

Well done, Ecurie Ecosse! We were very pleased indeed when the lone Ecurie Ecosse D-type Jaguar crossed the line victorious in this year's 24-Hour Race at Le Mans, so ably driven by Flockhart and Sanderson, and so, we imagine, were all this country's genuine enthusiasts. In the first place David Murray and his men from North o' the Border richly deserved this success. Murray, after personal...

Page 19 of January 1951 archive issue thumbnail Page 19, January 1951

Odds and ends

W. E. " Wilkie " Wilkinson, late of Bellevue Garage, Rotol and Parnell's raciag shop, has settled down in Edinburgh in association with David Murray in acquiring Merchiston Motors, 12/13, Merehislon Mews, Edinburgh. Specialising in Rolls-Royce and Bentley repairs, " Wilkie " and Murray hope also to open a racing shop in the old Bellevue tradition, which will be good news for a great many...

Page 80 of July 1988 archive issue thumbnail Page 80, July 1988

Best of British!

In a month when the frenzy of patriotism over Britain's Le Mans challenge reaches a peak, we reflect on Jaguar's last victory at the Sarthe thirty-one years ago. 1957 was a memorable year in many respects for the British at Le Mans. In a year when the Automobile Club de l'Ouest was celebrating its fiftieth anniversary and lap and distance-records were shattered in all classes, the coveted Index...

Page 47 of December 1962 archive issue thumbnail Page 47, December 1962

Motor books for Christmas

"Autocar Road Tests, Autumn 1962." 112 pp., 11 5/8 in. X 8 3/4 in. Wife Books Limited, Dorset House„S'tamford Street, London, S.E.I. 7s. 6d.) The Autocar has gone, its place taken by Autocar, and this very welcome soft-cover volume of road-tests reports emphasises this by presenting these in their new five-page form, this extended and improved format embracing more comprehensive specifications...

Page 90 of December 2009 archive issue thumbnail Page 90, December 2009


It was the perfect club circuit, with great facilities, terrific viewing and easy access. A pity the animals got in the way… By Gordon Cruickshank The shriek of a 727 taking off interrupts the motor racing talk. As we wait for the racket to subside I gaze around, at pavilions, grandstands and a vast baronial mansion. This is Ingliston (pronounced Ingle-ston), on the edge of Edinburgh’s busy...



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