Articles tagged David Small

Page 45 of September 1963 archive issue thumbnail Page 45, September 1963

Hants & Berks M.C. Specials Evening (July 26th)

For three years now Nancy Cawthome has organised an unusual and most interesting assembly of privately-owned "specials" from amongst the Hants & Berks M.C. membership. Known by the delightful title of "Sloggin and Clatter," the idea is that unusual, even unexpected, vehicles shall turn up, to be examined, discussed, and perhaps ridden-in. This year the assembly was a couple-of-dozen strong,...

Page 51 of July 1955 archive issue thumbnail Page 51, July 1955

Club News

S.T.D. Register The Sunbeam S.T.D. Register held a successful Talbot Rally at Seaford on May 29th, organised by Mr. R. Bilby, which was attended by the Talbot designer Georges Roesch. After a picnic lunch on the downs the cars were driven to a roped-off enclosure by the Martello Tower, where a Concours d'Elegance was judged by Commander Jack of the Seaford Town Council and W. Boddy, Editor of...

Page 83 of August 1986 archive issue thumbnail Page 83, August 1986

The Roads of the 1920s

Resuming the O.J. "diaries" of those times, we left him after he had tested, and been notably impressed with, an Alvis, in 1925. Whether it was the pleasure that driving that Alvis gave him, I do not know, but shortly afterwards Owen John was pontificating about the beauties of Britain and the fun to be had in really exploring it, which was open to anyone with a car. As for learning to drive, O.J...

Page 15 of February 1954 archive issue thumbnail Page 15, February 1954

750 M.C All-Comers' Trial

The 750 M.C. and W. Hants & Dorset C.C. combined to hold their All-Corners' trial on Army ground near Christchurch on January 17th. The organisation fell on the broad shoulders of Arthur Mallock, himself a keen builder of 750 Formula cars. An excellent entry of 55 cars was obtained, divided into seven "specials," 20 sports or special cars, 15 normal cars driven by experts and 13 normal cars...

Page 29 of November 1953 archive issue thumbnail Page 29, November 1953

The Final Club Silverstone Meeting of 1953

N. Staffs M.C. Run Many Well-Supported Races October 10th, one of the lovely autumn days which we enjoyed in the early part of this month, saw the North Staffs M.C. holding the last of the Club Silverstone Meetings of 1953. Very large fields were a feature of almost all the races but, notwithstanding, the meeting terminated just after 4 p.m., having commenced at 11.30 a.m. The seven-lap scratch...

Page 13 of December 1951 archive issue thumbnail Page 13, December 1951

A JOWETT-BASE SPORTS CAR

A JOWETT-BASE SPORTS CAR Alt N I fAM, pleasant ifooneested town at one dit«I et` the 1 liee's Back road, is noted for quite a number or inditoring activities. It is here Hutt the Tourist Troplty Garage Itas its beitie. as WC described not long ago at (11t rest tilt the very successful I fa wthorw., I. Riley to MIT readers. In Farnham, too. u. see \yew/eget-in is producing the minicar, and...

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