Articles tagged John Bond

Page 81 of November 1987 archive issue thumbnail Page 81, November 1987

PII's Owner?

In reference to the late David Scott-Moncrieff's letter (MOTOR SPORT, September 1987), is it possible that the RR Continental PII mentioned was owned by the late John Bond, founder and former publisher of Road & Track? Keep up the good work. My only complaint is that MOTOR SPORT is not a daily! I W STEPHENSON Menominee, Michigan, USA

Page 12 of November 1962 archive issue thumbnail Page 12, November 1962

Where are we?

The Editor's Annual Discourse on Topical Aspects of the Motoring Scene Do many motorists, in these days of powerful 4-cylinder cars, ever regret their earlier mounts ? Personally, I still remember, with affection, a light, single-cylinder car, which served me well: a small Renault, fitted with a 9-h.p. de Dion engine. Reliability and small upkeep-cost were its features. With a little care, outer...

Page 17 of January 1964 archive issue thumbnail Page 17, January 1964

Random thoughts about o.h.c.

The Editor looks at the past and present position of the overhead camshaft engine "Every one of these new engines, except the Viva, has a single overhead camshaft, or, in the case of the Mercedes and the flat-six 2-litre Porsche, a single overhead camshaft to each bank. This is a development of which John Bond [of Road & Track] would not approve because of the complexity of the camshaft-drive...


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