The provisional list of World Championship (capital letters), Sports-Car Championship (italics) and British International events is as follows: --
Jan. 31st: ARGENTINE GRAND PRIX (F.1).
Feb. 6th: Buenos Aires 1,000-km. (Sports).
Mar. 26th: Sebring 12 hours (Sports, Grand Touring).
April 18th: Goodwood (F.1, F.2, Sports, Touring).
April 30th: Aintree (F.2, Sports, Touring).
May 8th: Targa Florio...
BRIGHTON & HOVE M.C.
THE last event on the Club's calendar was run on October 29th, namely the Chandler Trophy Trial. A good entry set off from a point on the South Downs on the outskirts of Brighton. In order to encourage a more social atmospkere, the trial did not include any particularly severe hills. Instead, the process of elimination was accomplished by means of a brake...
THE MOTOR CYCLING CLUB.
The Annual General Meeting was held in the last week of January, too late for a report to be included in our February issue. Mr. L. A. Baddeley was in the chair, in place of Mr. J. Van Hoodynk, who very sportingly stood down. The report and accounts were quickly passed. After discussion, Mr. Van Hood3rnk was persuaded to continue in office as president, Mr. F. J. Crundall...
"MOTOR SPORT" CORRESPONDENCE CLUB.
THE Club Library is growing apace. The following books are now available to members under the usual conditions "Full Throttle," "Ten Years of Motor Racing," " Flat Out" and "Motor Racing" four copies ; " Combat " and " The Lure of Speed" two copies ; " All Out," " Sicilian Circuit," " Wheels Take Wings," " Speed, the Life of Sir Malcolm Campbell," "The Life...
THE twelfth Sporting Trial will be held over a course in Derbyshire on October 15th. The start will take place at Buxton, at 10 o'clock, competitors being sent off at one minute intervals. The route will be approximately 50 miles in length, with eight observed sections.
As last year, the affair will finish with a dinner and dance at the Palace Hotel, Buxton, at which entrants...
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BRITISH RACING DRIVERS' CLUB.
ENTRIES at singles fees have come in very well for the B.R.D.C. 500 Miles Race to be held at Brooklands on September 24th, and closed as follows. With the possibility of many more being received at double fees, the " 500" this year should be one of the best races of the year.
THE BERKHAMSTED &
M.C.C. The above club is holding another...
THE " LONDON-EXETER "
SOME NEW ARRANGEMENTS
ONCE again we have come round to the month of the Motor Cycling Club's classic London-toExeter Trial, and this will be the seventeenth of the series.
But this time there will be one or two changes in the arrangements ; for instance, coming as it does at the end of the Christmas holidays, it has been considered advisable to confine it to one day only,...
At the meeting of the General Council of the R.A.C. the following were appointed to act as stewards during the ensuing twelve months :
Lord Cozens Hardy ; Rt. Hon. the Lord Weir of Eastwood ; the Hon. Sir Arthur Stanley ; Rev. E. P. Greenhill; Mr.
M. G. W. Burton ; Mr. G. J. F. Knowles ; Lord Sempill ; Sir H. B. Shackleton ; Mr. Percy Short ; Lt.-Col. J. Sealy Clarke...
Round the Clubs
HONORARY DISTRICT AGENTS.
Honorary District Agents are appointed by " Motor Sport" to further the interest in the sporting side of motoring and motor cycling. We give on this page a list of the Honorary District Agents alteady appointed. Through these Honorary Agents we keep in touch with local events in all parts of the country, and with their co-operation we hope. to increase...
RE AND THERE.
DISCUSSING the Inter-Varsity Trial next year, we were informed by A. C. Fairtlough, the Cambridge secretary and very much the moving spirit of the organisation, that Crowell could not be used again, as the surface suffered severely in this year's event. A new hill, called Benson Edge, near Watlington, will probably be used instead.
airtlough incidently was one of the...