Articles tagged Ian Appleyard

Page 14 of February 2008 archive issue thumbnail Page 14, February 2008

Obituary – Tony Fall

1940-2007 With the death of Tony Fall, rallying has to mourn one of its most versatile and charming characters as well as a raconteur who enlivened many a gathering. At the age of 67, Tony was doing what he enjoyed most, working with fellow rally men as an official on the East African Safari when, at the night halt in Arusha, he passed away in his sleep. His rally career started while he was...

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Letters

Called to account Mark Hughes’ April column sums up brilliantly what us long-term addicts could not have done so pointedly. That having been said, we the spectators/paying public, have long been sacrificed to the Gods of the almighty dollar, as he states so well, but good luck getting any of them to react. May I suggest a running challenge and a new monthly feature for the FIA (Todt), Ecclestone...

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Sternol

Recommendations: The chart applicable to the chosen make of oil will show you with which grade to fill your car's sump. In general it can be said that the majority of cars use engine oil of SAE 20 rating in winter, SAE 30 in summer, in this country. Exceptions include the Vauxhall Wyvern, which likes SAE 20 both winter and summer, SAE 30 only under tropical conditions; the Fiat 1,400 and Simca...

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Rumblings

Alpine Rally The rather innocent title "Alpine Rally" in fact implies one of the most strenuous tests there is of the modern motor-car. The Alpine Rally is, to the summer, what the Monte Carlo Rally is to the winter, in this respect. Only the necessity to close last month's issue for press before results could be obtained has reduced the amount of coverage Motor Sport would otherwise give to this...

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The real ALPINE TRIAL 1933

The real ALPINE TRIAL 1933 Alpine In recent times many retrospectives of former important competition events have been held, for classic and other cars. They are commendable in that they provide good sport with a flavour of the past for those who take part, and perhaps they enhance the value of some of the cars so publicised. But none of them, for a variety of rather obvious reasons, can quite...

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Obituary

Ian Appleyard Ian Appleyard BSc, arguably Britain's most successful international rally driver of the early post-war years, died in early June. An Olympic skier, he had an uncanny affinity for the Alps and scored his most famous successes in the Alpine Rally, driving initially SS Jaguar 100s and later his famous semi-works XK120 registered NUB 120. In 1949 he put up best performance in the Alpine...

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Jaguar XK120

The quintessential Jaguar – it looked the part, it had the performance and it spawned the C and D-types. Needless to say, the XK120’s legacy lives on By Richard Heseltine Time spent away from racing clearly hasn’t blunted his competitive edge. National racing legend Dave Coyne, the man who yo-yoed between junior formulae for much of the 1980s, was a surprise entry for July’s Silverstone Classic....

Page 11 of March 1952 archive issue thumbnail Page 11, March 1952

Allard wins the Monte Carlo Rally for Britain

Sunbeam-Talbot 2nd. Simca Sport 3rd. Class Winners Comprise Dyna-Panhard, Volkswagen and Simca Sport. Mrs Molander (Saab) takes Coupe des Dames. Mike Couper's MkVI Bentley wins Concours de Confort Prix d'Honneur. Weather conditions for this year's Monte Carlo Rally were tough, and it is therefore with the maximum of satisfaction that we record how British cars and crews won through. Sydney Allard...

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British Miniatures

Following recent references to German and American model cars and kits, we are delighted to be able to accord warm praise for a British product of this kind—the Autocraft miniature car construction kit. These kits are made by the Scale Model Equipment Company Ltd.. of Steyning, Sussex, who for some years have been making constructional kits covering various racing and sports cars. The first of...

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Reports of Recent Events

Reports of Recent Events JOHORE GRAND PRIX AND ROAD RACES (August 6th) On August 6th the Singapore M.C. held its sebond road rake meeting in Johore Bahru town, Malaya, which included the 1950 Johore Grand Prix. The circuit is just over two miles in length and contains is variety of twists and corners including five right-angle bends. The starting intile straight runs along t he edge of the...

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