Articles tagged J. D. Benj

Page 19 of November 1933 archive issue thumbnail Page 19, November 1933


RACING MARQUES GREAT BENTLEY The first car. THE name of Bentley was by no means unknown in the racing world before the first car bearing it ever made its appearance. All followers of the sport in pre-War days remembered " W.O. on his little D.F.P. in the 1914 T.T., and the plucky performance which he put up. When, therefore, directly after the war it became known that he was going to produce a...

Page 4 of November 1925 archive issue thumbnail Page 4, November 1925

Regaining the Twenty-four hours World's Record

Regaining the Twenty-four Hours World's Record for Great Britain. By CAPTAIN JOHN F. DUFF. IONG distance endurance trials and record breaking 4 runs have occupied my attention since I disposed of my two racing Fiats in 1922. These cars were extremely fast, but not suitable for long distance work. It was the result of a conversation with Mr. Hillstead, of Bentley Motors, Ltd., during the course of...

Page 41 of March 1935 archive issue thumbnail Page 41, March 1935

Brooklands Again on the 16th !

Brooklands Again on the 16th! No surer sign of Spring can be found than the first yellow sheet Of Supplementary Regulations for the B.A.R.C. opening meeting at Brooklands. The date this year is March 16th (Weather and other circumstances permitting). A programme of "Mountain," Short and Long Handicaps, and Sprint Scratch races has been arranged, all designated by the prefix " New Haw."...


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