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Page 53 of May 1951 archive issue thumbnail Page 53, May 1951

FOR SALE—continued WANTED

WANTED T-TYPE M.G. or similar, or drOpheini coutik. Not over 14-11.p. Details, price: 1, Norman Court, Ilampt Oil , Middlesex. ( 4f It7 — SPORTS CAR. Suitable competitions-, yet reasonably economical all-weather road car with accent on performance. Connaught, Alfa, Bugatti or similar. Immacttlate i tion ham:rat:we. K. Warner. 25, Godfrey Avenue, Middlesex. 14083 SET 5,25 by 21 or 0.00 by 21 also...

Page 16 of March 1991 archive issue thumbnail Page 16, March 1991

Rally Review -- Paris-Dakar Raid

Citroën's Sand Dance Mitsubishi had its best opportunity since 1986 to win the Pioneer Paris-Tripoli-Dakar. Not only did the Sonauto squad have more experience than its rivals, it soon transpired it had the better vehicle. Nevertheless, the rookie team, Camel Citroën, started as favourite and, despite a number of major set-backs, won comfortably. Ari Vatanen even reckoned it had been the easiest...

Page 76 of April 1996 archive issue thumbnail Page 76, April 1996

What WASA was

The age-old question of whether women drive as well as men is too puerile to warrant discussion, especially in the age of universal motoring. But it came up in the 1920s, when fewer of the female sex were to be seen behind the steering wheel and, although there had been notably skilled lady racing drivers around from the very early days, the Brooklands' authorities, with a distant exception, were...

Page 72 of December 1975 archive issue thumbnail Page 72, December 1975

Letters from Readers

N.B.—Opinions expressed are those of our Correspondents and MOTOR SPORT does not necessarily associate itself with them.—Ed. The RAC and Motor Racing Sir, Your mention a couple of issues ago of the RAC's new scheme for a "totting-up" procedure on competition licences led me to consider, as an active participant in Historic Sports Car Club races, exactly what the RAC does for my racing. My own "...

Page 21 of June 1950 archive issue thumbnail Page 21, June 1950

The First 1950 B.A.R.C. Goodwood Members' Meeting

Sydney Allard's Allard Beats Gale's Darracq and Jason-Henry's Delahaye to Win Fastest Race at 72.75 m.p.h. Mrs. Binns Wins Her First Race in ex-Dobson Riley at 67.5 m.p.h. Double Win by J. C. C. Mayers (Lester-M.G.) Puts Him in the Lead for "Motor Sport" Brooklands Memorial Trophy. WET weather in the morning gave way to a fine afternoon for the first of this season's B.A.R.C. sports-cars-only...

Page 26 of February 1992 archive issue thumbnail Page 26, February 1992

Marathon multiplicity

Rallying, so goes the story which we have occasionally retold, began to evolve when enthusiasts of the motor car sought more from its sporting potential than just getting from one place to another in the least possible time. Many felt that their competitive appetites would not be satisfied without a strong lacing of adventure. For them, circuit racing was far too repetitive, even to the point of...

Page 58 of April 1998 archive issue thumbnail Page 58, April 1998

Two decades of the Dakar

It started as a new year’s jolly for high-living Frenchmen in the 1970s but became a high-tech showpiece in the ‘80s. Jeremy Hart looks at the most gruelling rally of them all – the Paris-Dakar January 1982. Tears at Number 10, newsreaders scrabbling for a map of north-west Africa and travel agents panicking to get News of the World scribes on the first plane to Timbuktu. Lost, for reasons still...

Page 30 of May 1951 archive issue thumbnail Page 30, May 1951

Exciting B.A.R.C. Members' Meeting

Exciting B.A.R.C. Members' Meeting Guy Gale (Darracq)Leads in Brooklands Memorial Trophy Contest 1 N beautiful weather the Members' Meeting at glorious Goodwood, on April 21st, produced many exciting incidents but no personal injuries. Out of a representative sports-car kentry Fz raer-Nashes were outstanding, fi ishing I, 2. 3. 4 in one race, Crook's making fastest lap of the day at. 84.3 m.p.h....

Page 48 of July 1953 archive issue thumbnail Page 48, July 1953

Vintage Autos of England

Vintage Autos of England Proprietor : JACK BOND, A.M.Inst.B.E. Run by an Enthusiast for the Enthusiast ROLLS-ROYCE AND BENTLEY SERVICE AND REPAIR We can now undertake repairs and servicing of Rolls-Royce and Bentley cars under the direction of Mr. E. Louis (late Service Manager of Jack Barclay, Ltd.). ALVIS Speed Twenty, 1936, D.H. coupe. The whole condition of this car is 100 per cent, in every...

Page 16 of February 1942 archive issue thumbnail Page 16, February 1942

Club News

Oita, /Lewd .....??•119PP THE CRAWFORDSBURN RALLY The Crawfordsburn Rally of the Ulster M.C., held in December last, proved an outstanding Success, in spite of being disfavoured by very poor climatic conditions. Over 90 persons attended and inspection of the cars present was every bit on a par with the Chessington atmosphere. G. W. McCrea showed his ex-Donkin T.T. AstonMartin, P. J. N. Eve his H....

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