Articles tagged J. Appleton

Page 5 of April 1949 archive issue thumbnail Page 5, April 1949

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Rosario Grand Prix Reg. Parnell Finishes Second The third race in the South American trio of Grands Prix took place on February 13th at Rosario's street-circuit. Farina in the Ferrari won by 31.4 sec., at an average speed of 48.25 m.p.h. from Reg. Parnell's Maserati. Ascari's Maserati was third, Villoresi's Maserati fourth after much engine trouble, Campos' Simca fifth, Cantoni's Maserati sixth...

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Kentish Border Sporting Trial Thirty-seven competitors started under watery sunshine from the "Spring Tavern," Wrotham Heath. The route embraced four observed hills, one bonus hill, one special test and one timed climb. All competitors got off to a good start, the first two hills and special test offering no difficulties, except to those whose motors were definitely unsuited to reliability trials...

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N.L.E.C.C. Closed Touring Trial This was won by G. P. Taylor's PB M.G. Midget, which lost 10 marks. Fifteen started, and Rivers-Fletcher (Alvis), Edgar (Alvis), Snelling (Riley), Bacon (M.G.), Hartridge (Rover) and Sanderson (M.G.) took "Premiers." Vintage S.C.C. Of Australia's Easter Sprint Held on an airstrip 30 miles from Sydney, 29 cars competed, and 700 souls spectated, the club benefiting...

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The Belgian Grand Prix Rosier added to the prestige he gained at Silverstone, by winning the Belgian Grand Prix in his 4 1/2-litre Talbot, averaging 96.95 m.p.h. for the 314 miles. Villoresi's Ferrari was second, 49 sec. behind, with Ascari's Ferrari third, Whitehead's Ferrari fourth, Claes' Talbot fifth, Ashmore in the Maserati sixth, and Crossley driving the second of the G.P. Altas, which was...


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