Articles tagged G. H. Dunham

Page 25 of August 1933 archive issue thumbnail Page 25, August 1933

The Empire Trophy won by Count Czaikowski(Bugatti)

The Empire Trophy won by Count Czaikowslii (Bugatti) PRELIMINARY RACES GO TO M. B. WATSON (M.G. MIDGET) AND FRANK HALLAM (ALVIS). R. T. HORTON (M.G. MAGNETTE) BREAKS THE 1,100 c.c. LAP RECORD AT 115.55 M.P.H. FOR, one reason or another the British Empire Trophy Meeting at Brooklands organised by the British Racing Drivers' Club failed to attract a really representative entry of track-cars....

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THE SCOTTISH RALLY

THE SCOTTISH RALLY Those who maintain that Rallies appeal to only a minority of drivers should note that for this year's Scottish Rally 176 -entries have been received. The event, which is in its fifth year, takes place from June 1st5th, embracing -six special tests, a road mileage of 262, and a coachwork competition. This year there will be no night section, Tornapress Pass to Applecross has to...

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THE KENT & SUSSEX L.C.C.

THE KENT & SUSSEX L.C.C. A VISITOR At Prescott we were pleased to meet again James Allison, home on a month's leave from India, and very happy to be back. Allison did very well at Club speed events and trials last year with the ex-Marcus Chambers' 4i-litre shortened Bentley. In India he runs a Red-Label 3-litre Bentley and says you go on climbing a Pass for a week on end, when even a Ford V8...

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The High Speed Trial

The High Speed Trial THE J.C.C.'s DAY AT BROOKLANDS IN theory the J.C.C. high-speed trial is a reliability affair. In actual practice it is a perfectly good opportunity for a glorious blind. It is about the nearest thing to a road race that the ordinary sports car owner ever gets a chance of entering, awl it seetns a pity that more events on similar lines, and run quite openly as races, are not a...

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THE COLMORE TRIAL.

THE COLMORE TRIAL. THE Colmore Trial which was instituted in 1911 by the Sutton Coldfield and North Birmingham Automobile Club (Sunbac) will be run this year on the 13th of this month. The start will be from the Unicorn Hotel, Stratford-on-Avon, and the route will be about 90 miles. The event is open to members of clubs associated with the R.A.C., and (in. the case of three-wheelers and...

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XIX Grand Prix of Pau

A Cooper Benefit Pau, France, May 18th. This year the Pau G.P. held on Whit Monday was for Formula 2 cars and, as is becoming popular in Europe, it was preceded by a Formula Junior event. Practice was held on Saturday and Sunday, and with two National Monomill races on the second day the whole week-end saw the pleasant town of Pau, situated at the foot of the Pyrenean mountains, enjoying almost...

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HIGH SPEEDS AND GOOD RACING AT BROOKLANDS

HIGH SPEEDS AND GOOD RACING AT BROOKLANDS AFEW years ago the season always opened at Brooklands with the Easter Meeting, held on the Bank Holiday. In recent times, however, an earlier start has been made, but judging by the comparitive attendances, the Easter Meeting is still the real beginning of motor-racing at Weybridge. Of course, the announcement that Join Cobb was to make an attempt on the...

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EASTER MONDAY AT BROOKLANDS

EASTER MONDAY AT BROOKLANDS HIGH SPEEDS BUT FEW CLOSE FINISHES. MRS. PETRE WINS A RACE AT 118 M.P.H. AND OLIVER BERTRAM ONE AT 124 M.P.H. GOOD "MOUNTAIN" RACES. BROOKLANDS is a queer place. Sometimes a B.A.R.C. Meeting is crowded with close finishes-and the spectators go. away dissatisfied. At other times the handicapping is indifferent-and yet everyone is enthusiastic at the finish and leaves...

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EASTER MONDAY AT BROOKLANDS

EASTER MONDAY AT BROOKLANDS BY a kindly dispensation of Providence the weather, which had behaved in a very inconsiderate manner at Easter, refrained from interfering with the Bank Holiday Brooklands Meeting, and. in place of the dreary outlook of the previous few days we were treated to one of the most brilliant and interesting afternoons racing known for many years. The most remarkable feature...

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