Articles tagged Giulio Cesare Cappa

Page 141 of May 2014 archive issue thumbnail Page 141, May 2014

Material wealth

The pioneering Brooklands spirit that served motorists and aviators so well Last half-term I took three of my grandchildren to the marvellous Brooklands Museum. Quite apart from seeing its cars – including my beloved Napier-Railton – one grandson in particular is utterly besotted by aeroplanes and the Museum displays many Brooklands-built aircraft. The volunteer staff and guides are simply...

Page 62 of May 1993 archive issue thumbnail Page 62, May 1993

The Itala

It may be a misnomer (Ha, ha, very funny. No. I have not met her. Shall we continue?) to refer to the Itala as a forgotten make, because a surviving 1908 12-litre Grand Prix car of this make was raced in VSCC events by the late Cecil Clutton for more than 50 years, something of an unbeatable record surely? This ensured that the marque will be long remembered by everyone who has seen that great...

Page 46 of May 1965 archive issue thumbnail Page 46, May 1965

Riley Nine horse power

Sir, At last the b.h.p. from the standard and sports versions of the Riley Nine has been settled by the letter from Mr. Farrar. But it is at this point that an even greater controversy could develop, for the impression left (perhaps wrongly) in my mind by Mr. Ireland's letter is that 46.5 b.h.p. is beyond the reach of a Riley Nine engine, I would like to dispel that impression, if I may. I have...


October 2019
Brawn Supremacy



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