Articles tagged F. C. Clement

Page 19 of November 1933 archive issue thumbnail Page 19, November 1933

GREAT RACING MARQUES

RACING MARQUES GREAT BENTLEY The first car. THE name of Bentley was by no means unknown in the racing world before the first car bearing it ever made its appearance. All followers of the sport in pre-War days remembered " W.O. on his little D.F.P. in the 1914 T.T., and the plucky performance which he put up. When, therefore, directly after the war it became known that he was going to produce a...

Page 26 of December 1933 archive issue thumbnail Page 26, December 1933

GREAT RACE

GREAT RAC] BE (Continue7i (rot KG MAR MET QUES Novemther issue) Before many weeks were past, however, the 44-litre Bentley took its first honours in a French 24-hour race. A contest of this nature was held on the road circuit at Montlhery on 15th August. The "44 " appeared as the single representative of the marque. Competition was not very keen, and driven by Clement and Duller it scored an easy...

Page 18 of October 1926 archive issue thumbnail Page 18, October 1926

THE AUTUMN MEETING OF THE BROOKLANDS AUTOMOBILE RACING CLUB

THE AUTUMN MEETING OF THE BROOKLANDS AUTOMOBILE RACING CLUB. THE closing meeting of the B.A.R.C. produced some very good racing, of which the outstanding feature was the performance of J. P. Parry Thomas, who at the wheel of his Leyland-Thomas created a new record for the fastest race ever run on the track, and for the fastest standing lap. Notwithstanding the excellent programme, the meeting did...

Page 20 of August 1946 archive issue thumbnail Page 20, August 1946

Club News

We Hear Clifford Banks has acquired a 1930-31 2-litre O.M. and would like to hear of a source for spares. Actually, apart from a cracked head, since welded, his car is in excellent fettle and he has cut the four-seater body away at the rear to accommodate a petrol tank from a 2-litre Lagonda, set slab-fashion. At Cubitt's Basin some amusing old marine engines have come to light. There is a most...

Page 28 of November 1929 archive issue thumbnail Page 28, November 1929

MOTOR SPORT THE B,R.D.C. 500 - MILES RACE

THK B.R.D.C. 500-MILES RACE. THE British Racing Drivers Club are to be congratulated on the success of their first event. Not only was it the first really long distance purely track race for cars held in this country for many years, but it was also the fastest race of its kind the world has yet seen. Those who prophesied a dull race were disappointed, for the interest was maintained to the end...

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