Articles tagged Gordon Wood

Page 31 of April 1939 archive issue thumbnail Page 31, April 1939


THE J.C.C. AT PLAY ON BROOKLANDS FANE MAKES BEST SHOWING WITH A FRAZER-NASH-B.M.W. AT ANNUAL MEMBERS MEETING THE Junior Car Club—for such it is still called—had a miserably cold day for its eighth members' day at Brookland.s on March 25th. It even snowed during the afternoon, but quite a few bright young things spectated, while there was an entry of 186. Seven tests were used. The first was a...

Page 31 of April 1933 archive issue thumbnail Page 31, April 1933


THE J.C.C. AT 1: ROOKLANDS MANY FAILURES IN TESTS SIMILAR TO THOSE SET AT HASTINGS. FOR their opening Rally, the Junior Car Club had the excellent idea of using the tests in slow running, acceleration and braking scheduled for the R.A.C. Rally at Hastings. The weather conditions were appalling, there being heavy snow in the morning which thawed into floods, and left a watersplash at the foot of...

Page 25 of May 1939 archive issue thumbnail Page 25, May 1939


MID 11111D ;4,11, "v44.• British High Performance ALTHOUGH at the present time International relationships are unpleasantly strained, we have no wish to slight foreign products, nor do we intend to discuss politics which have no place in MOTOR SPORT, except insofar as they influence motor-racing. It certainly seems that International trade is essential to peace, and, without aiming Rudge hammers...

Page 16 of April 1937 archive issue thumbnail Page 16, April 1937


DIRT-TRACK RACING Sir, The article on Dirt Track Racing in America is accurate and comprehensive, but appears to our perhaps provincial viewpoint to be written in English. The author's name and further writings Would be welcome. It might be of interest to add that in addition to the Millers and Ford conversions, there are two successful dirt track cars built by the Ambler brothers, around war-...

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TUE 1311Q1DOIKLANIDS VAILLY BEST PERFORMANCE OF THE DAY BY DON ALDINGTON (FRAZER-NASH-B.M.W.) W. M. COUPER (TALBOT 110) DOES 91.86 M.P.H. OVER THE HALF-MILE. Although we hold no brief for the circus type of driving test, the J.C.C. Rally which opens the season at Weybridge is an entirely different matter. Tests of the wiggle-woggle, Monte Carlo and Test Hill variety, while putting a premium on...

Page 15 of November 1943 archive issue thumbnail Page 15, November 1943

Club news

We hear… Lieut. B. Gordon Graham, R.I.N.V.R., who used to compete in British trials and rallies, etc., when home on leave from Ceylon before the war, contributes an interesting article to this issue. He says that Motor Sport "keeps up our morale," and adds that he has recently met Tong, who ran M.G. cars at Southport and Brooklands; Verner-Jeffries, who ran in M.C.C. trials with an ex-Graham...


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100 years, three cars, one epic track test



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