Articles tagged Ernie Nott

Page 37 of July 1934 archive issue thumbnail Page 37, July 1934

MOTOR CYCLES IN THE ISLE OF MAN

MOTOR CYCLES IN THE ISLE OF MAN RENEWED INTEREST IN THE TOURIST TROPHY RACES. w_ITH the depression in the motor cycle industry and the undoubted supremacy of the Norton machines in last year's races the famous Manx classics seemed almost to be doomed to failure, but this year's series happily showed a revival in every respect. There were a larger number of starters in'' each race, and firms such...

Page 34 of June 1931 archive issue thumbnail Page 34, June 1931

the a.c.u tourist trophy

The A.C.U. Tourist Trophy TMERE is no more thrilling event available to the inhabitants of these islands than the A.C.U. Tourist Trophy Races. The struggles which have taken place over this famous course make these races something which every sporting motorist, whether normally addicted to two wheels or four, is eager to see if possible. Whatever difficulties may beset other sides of motorracing...

Page 47 of July 1931 archive issue thumbnail Page 47, July 1931

THE SENIOR RACE

THE SENIOR RACE Another Norton 147111 Island Lapped at SO THF, most arnazin.g performan,ce of the 1931 Tourist Trophy Races was undoubtedly J. H. Simpson's wonderful third lap in 28m. Is. at the alino.-t incredible average of 80.82 m.p.h. Time and again this wond..Tful rider has broken the lap record only to retire, and his luck was still out for at Ballaugh on his fourth lap he braked heavily...

Page 33 of February 1930 archive issue thumbnail Page 33, February 1930

Does motor cycle racing pay?

By G. L. HACK Whose varied activities in the Rudge works include the development of their racing machines, with what success our readers well know.Mr. John Pugh and Mr. Hack, wIth Ernie Nott and the Rudge with which he won the last 200 miles race. The question asked above is a very difficult one to answer and discussion on the point usually bring dut the advantages and disadvantages involved...

Page 33 of July 1932 archive issue thumbnail Page 33, July 1932

THE I.O.M. TOURIST TROPHY RACES

THE I.O.M. TOURIST TROPHY RACES THE JUNIOR T.T. ALL LAP RECORDS BROKEN ONCE MORE. FOR the first time in the last few years the practising period has been marked by good weather, and the many fast laps which had been put up, noticeably one by Simpson (Norton), at a speed of over 78 m.p.h., promised a terrific battle in the Junior Race. Unless something unexpected happened the winner would either...

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