THE LONDON EDINBURGH RUN
139 CARS IN M.C.C. ANNUAL TRIAL —PARK RASH CHIEF OBSTACLE
ALL the M.C.C. runs necessitate travelling a long way before there is much of interest in the way of hills, but to many drivers the long preliminary run through the night is all part of the fun, and it certainly gives a chance to those who have not had time for very full preparation to do odd jobs on the cars, and...
THE J.C.C. MEETING AT BROOKLANDS.
HIGH SPEED TRIAL HELD IN HEAVY RAIN. A. SEBAG-MONTEFIORE (FRAZER NASH) MAKES BEST PERFORMANCE IN THE HIGH SPEED TRIAL.
CLUB meetings at Brooklands have a different and less formal atmosphere than the big events which take on Bank Holidays, and the J.C.C. members day is always one of the best.
The principal event of the day was of course the High Speed Trial,...
THE COLMORE TRIAL.
THE Colmore Trial which was instituted in 1911 by the Sutton Coldfield and North Birmingham Automobile Club (Sunbac) will be run this year on the 13th of this month. The start will be from the Unicorn Hotel, Stratford-on-Avon, and the route will be about 90 miles. The event is open to members of clubs associated with the R.A.C.,
and (in. the case of three-wheelers and...
BRIGHTON AND HOVE M.C.
ON Saturday, September 5th, the club will hold its annual Brooklan.ds meeting which is open to members of all clubs affiliated to the South-Eastern Centre of the A.-C.U. driving cars, and. also to members of the J . C. C., the M. G.C. C. The Light Car Club and the North-West London M.C.
The first event will take place at 10.30 a..m. All the enclosures will be...
JUNIOR CAR CLUB.
Rr.si-LTS of the half-day trial, which was held by the J .C.C. recently, have now been published. The winner of the premier award was C. Athony (Senechal). Silver medals were .secured by twenty competitors, these 'being as follows :—
R. L. Bellamy (Frazer-Nash), P. B. C. King (Frazer-Nash), D. E. Calder (M.G. Midget), P. B. Simpson (M.G. Midget), Alan H. Ca.rnt (Riley...