Articles tagged Gottlieb

Page 40 of January 1982 archive issue thumbnail Page 40, January 1982

The Sixty Mercedes

HAVING written a number of articles on different makes of sports-car, the last of which dealt with the 20 / 70 h.p. Crossley, the thought arose, which was the first sports-car? Several contenders come to mind, and have been cited by others — the 27 / 80 h.p. Prince Henry Austro-Daimler, the Prince Henry Vauxhall, the 15T Alfonso Hispano Suiza, even' the E-Type 30/98 Vauxhall itself. Yet all these...

Page 28 of January 1999 archive issue thumbnail Page 28, January 1999

French Resistance

The Forgotten Races - 1914 French Grand Prix Whether bravery of pointless egoism, Georges Boillot's vain battle shadowed the conflict to come. By Mark Hughes Georges Boillot was a vain man. a strutting, cocksure peacock of a man. Just a look at the way he carried himself - head tilted back upon his broad shoulders, heavily-lidded eyes peering down over handlebar moustache - told you that. Perhaps...

Page 23 of March 1933 archive issue thumbnail Page 23, March 1933

sideslips

n Esi„ ••••„ • /DP Aar if • ••• vas, 111, • • • Brakeless Horse-power! THF,RE must be comparatively few people who really enjoy driving a fast car, and who, having once tried it, do not find something of the same thrill in ski-ing. The sensations are so very similar ; there is in both cases the sensation of terrific speed and the grand excitement of taking a difficult corner. What is more, those...

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