Articles tagged Gerry

Page 31 of April 1971 archive issue thumbnail Page 31, April 1971

Racing round-up

Mallory Park, March 14th Formula Two racing returned to Mallory Park, for the first time in almost four years, with a vengeance in the middle of the month despite the entry list dwindling from over 40 hopefuls down to the 19 starters on the grid. As only twenty were going to be allowed to start it didn't matter much anyway and though some F2 names were missing the field was certainly...

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The cars of Gerald Crozier

Described to the Editor in a recent interview Very frequently enthusiasm for motoring and motor-cars stems from being brought up in an atmosphere of cars and family enthusiasm for things mechanical. In the case of Gerald (Gerry to his friends) Crozier, well-known member of the Bentley Drivers' Club and motoring connoisseur, this wasn't the case. His father was a successful tea-planter, far more...

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Marcus Simmons - Off the line

Gerry and clay Gerry Marshall died on April 21 2005, of natural causes, while he was doing what he was born to do: driving a powerful racing car in a manner unthinkable to most of us mere mortals. That's why, to mark a year since his passing, we are celebrating the cars and the movement he made famous: the sensational DTV-built Vauxhalls and the ridiculously ingenious Super Saloons. Dave Richards...

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RUMBLINGS

RUMBLINGS The Volvo t2.2.S has a fine reputation for high quality and now that it is available with the new 1780 c.c. 90-b.h.p. BI2 engine and disc front brakes it has a very good A VERY GOOD performance as well. It is becoming an MOTOR CAR All-Right car here, for Tim Carson, Secre INDEED tary of the Vintage S.C.C., seems to have discarded a .series of Citroens, 30198 Vauxhalls and post-Bentley...

Page 67 of April 1969 archive issue thumbnail Page 67, April 1969

Men of Promise

A Dozen of Britain's brighter hopes for F.1 Motor Racing is a fascinating combination of man and his machine and should continue so for many years to come although it now seems possible that one day our scientists will be able to programme a computer to drive a racing car. The popular press often seems to be preoccupied by the man and to show a complete disregard for the very interesting machine...

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