Articles tagged A. E. Moss

Page 3 of April 1942 archive issue thumbnail Page 3, April 1942

MORE FRONTENAC

MORE FRONTENAC [Last month H. L. Biggs gave some technical details of Frontenac Fords. A correspondent to " N.A.R.N.," the American Midget Car Racing Weekly, recently enquired whether early racing Chevrolets were" revamped" Model-T Fords or " Special " racing cars. In view of Biggs's article the reply may be of interest, and we accordingly reprint it from the January 22nd issue of the " National...

Page 104 of June 1979 archive issue thumbnail Page 104, June 1979

Letters from Readers

N.B. -Opinions expressed are those of our Correspondents and MOTOR SPORT does not necessarily associate itself with them. -Ed.Bring Back the E-type Sir, I have enjoyed the outpourings of your diminutive scribe D.S.J. for many years, especially with regard to his driving of Jaguars, which have been my own transport for 23 years. However, his comments in the April issue cannot pass unchallenged as...

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 28 of April 1935 archive issue thumbnail Page 28, April 1935

RALLYING ROUND AT BROOKLANDS

RALLYING ROUND AT BROOKLANDS THE JUNIOR CAR CLUB'S "DAY OF TESTS" WELL SUPPORTED. HON. BRIAN LEWIS MAKES BEST PERFORMANCE OF THE DAY. • WITH a record entry of 131 cars, the J.C.C. Rally, which took place at Brooklands early last month, could hardly fail to be a success. Mr. Dyer and his merry men arranged a series of tests all round the newly opened track, the piece de resistance being, as usual...

Page 7 of January 1936 archive issue thumbnail Page 7, January 1936

After Mutton came Quarhouse, a straight-forward hill with an unpleasant

surface of leaves and another shelving right-hand bend on which Hutchison's Ford was brought to a standstill. N. G. Watson (Frazer-Nash) and Denis Evans (Magnette) were very neat at this point, and Evans also went very quickly over Ham Mill's rough surface, which caused nasty things to happen to the transmission of both W. L. Jackson's FrazerNash and M. Chambers' Vauxhall. Next on the list was...

Page 3 of April 1946 archive issue thumbnail Page 3, April 1946

The Torquay Rally Recalled

Once upon a time the 1,003 miles of the R.A.C. Rally seemed quite tame going. But now, after years of couponised-motoring, the run seems to take on a new significance. So Hobley's reminiscences are of interest, especially as the R.A.C. hopes to put over a Rally of sorts later this year. — Ed. Ten years ago! Thinking of all that has happened in the years between that decade seems like eternity,...

Page 13 of November 1936 archive issue thumbnail Page 13, November 1936

HARROW CAR CLUB

HARROW CAR CLUB The Harrow Car Club held its annual General Meeting on the 27th October. The chair was taken by Mr. C. G. Cullen. The Club has gone ahead rapidly with its increasing membership and during the past year has staged many successful events. The following officials were elected for the coming year : Patrons : The Earl Howe, Mrs. IC. Petre. President : S. C. H. Davis, Esq. Vice-...

Page 13 of November 1937 archive issue thumbnail Page 13, November 1937

HARROW CAR CLUB

HARROW CAR CLUB The Harrow Car Club held its annual General Meeting on the 27th October. The chair was taken by Mr. C. G. Cullen. The Club has gone ahead rapidly with its increasing membership and during the past year has staged many successful events. The following officials were elected for the coming year : Patrons : The Earl Howe, Mrs. IC. Petre. President : S. C. H. Davis, Esq. Vice-...

Page 27 of March 1936 archive issue thumbnail Page 27, March 1936

COMPLETE LIST OF COMPETITORS

COMPLETE LIST,OF COMPETITORS Group I (Open cars im to 8 h.p.) Blackpool.-B. A. Hobson (M.G.) Bristol.-P. Plunkett (M.G.). Glasgow.-C. 0. Grant (M.G.); G. S. Scott (Austin). London.-Miss M. J. Dobson, N. B. Bracey, A. H. Kerr, A. W. F. Smith (M.G.$); H. C. Dryden (Ford) ; R. E. A. Broad (Morris), Leamington.-P. A. Thornton (Austin). Yarmouth.F. A. M. Docker (Austin). Group 2 (Closed cars up to 8...

Page 22 of April 1951 archive issue thumbnail Page 22, April 1951

CLUB AFFAIRS

Entries for the R.S.A.C. ninth Rally close on :April 17th. Copies of the regulations are available from A. K. Stevenson, Blythswood Square, Glasgow. C.2. * * * Entries for Bic Lancashire A.C.'s National Morecambe Rally and Concours, scheduled for May 25th-27th, close on April 30th. Regulations from : J. Taylor, New Market Street, Blackburn, Lanes. * * * The Singapore M.C. informs us that it will...

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