Articles tagged Ian Mackenzie

Page 26 of July 1958 archive issue thumbnail Page 26, July 1958


The London Motor Club has just announced that Ian Mackenzie and Ron Carradine will be joint Clerks of the Course for this year's London Rally. It is interesting to note that both Mackenzie and Carradine served a five-year apprenticeship with Goff and Nina Imhof who founded this event its 1951, and in five years built it ap to the most popular of the National Rallies. The event takes place in...

Page 17 of April 1955 archive issue thumbnail Page 17, April 1955

Standard's convincing success in difficult R.A.C Rally

The R.A.C. International Rally held from March 8th-12th, finishing at hospitable Hastings, was toughened by bad weather and came in for a good deal of criticism, because baulking in narrow lanes was frequent, sections were cut out after some competitors had tackled them, and the event ran hours behind schedule in places, causing many competitors to retire disconsolate; the Longrines Printogines...

Page 38 of November 1971 archive issue thumbnail Page 38, November 1971

Aero sport: Brooklands as an aerodrome

[D. Bradley-Watson, who learned to fly at Brooklands, recalls some history and recaptures the atmosphere of one of our most famous flying fields—which, incidentally, has outlived the track.—Ed.] It was my first visit to Brooklands and from the front cockpit of a DH Moth I viewed with dismay the scene below as we were gliding in on our approach to the aerodrome in the centre of the Track. What...


October 2019
Brawn Supremacy



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