Articles tagged Felice Nazarro

Page 14 of April 1931 archive issue thumbnail Page 14, April 1931

Continental Notes and News

THE SPORT ABROAD. Continental Notes and News. WITH the coming of April the motor racing season may be said to open in earnest, and the first really big event of the Continental Feason, the Italian 1,000 Miles Race, is due to take place on the 11th and 12th of the month. The Alfa-Romeo firm, which has won the race for the last three years, is, of course, again going to make a big effort, and...

Page 62 of April 1964 archive issue thumbnail Page 62, April 1964

Letters from Readers

N.B.—Opinions expressed are those of our Correspondents and "Motor Sport" does not necessarily associate itself with them.—Ed. Rover's Reply Sir, My attention has been drawn to the Editorial of the February issue. As you pointed out, we were of course mistaken in claiming that for the first time in history a motor magazine has elected "The Car of the Year," and I enclose a revised copy of our...

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A History of the Lancia

By K. Foeman Behind most technically advanced cars, there is usually one man who nurtures the design from an idea germinating in his mind, through the difficult days after the model is first launched on the market, to its ultimate commercial success. Although to every designer his assistants are indispensable, with certain notable exceptions, great cars are not the work of design teams, but the...

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Reflections on the Austro-German activities

THE German and Austrian Formula One races were held on consecutive weekends only a week after the British and French races were held on consecutive weekends. Four races in five weeks. Admittedly the races themselves only last around one-and-a-half hours, but there are five hours of testing and qualifying before each race, to say nothing of the extra half-hour on race morning. In Germany there...

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Great British achievements

The only British victory in the French G.P.: Anthony S. Heal records Segrave's win at Tours in 1923 with a 2-litre Supercharged Sunbeam. This year marks the twentieth anniversary of the first and only occasion that an Englishman, driving an English car, won the Grand Prix de l'Automobile Club de France, the traditional blue riband of motor racing. On July 2nd, 1923, Major H.O.D. Segrave (as he...


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