Articles tagged Joseph Paul

Page 27 of April 1978 archive issue thumbnail Page 27, April 1978

The International Trophy

Silverstone, March 19th This year saw the running of the thirtieth International Trophy race at Silverstone, the first one in the present series being held in 1949, which Alberto Ascari won with the then new and exciting short-wheelbase Ferrari with supercharged V12 engine of 1 1/2-litres. However, the International Trophy as a major British race started long before that, in 1933 to be exact,...

Page 17 of June 1938 archive issue thumbnail Page 17, June 1938

rumblings

Are. ...'•;21' Percy Maclure IHAVE seldom seen so much genuine enthusiasm as that aroused by Percy Maclure's hard-won victory in the J.C.C. International Trophy Race with the unblown oversize Riley. After the formal reception he came coasting with dead engine up the finishing straight as the loud-speakers were playing the National Anthem. As the music died away Maclure got :going again and ran...

Page 31 of April 1950 archive issue thumbnail Page 31, April 1950

Sideslips by "Baladeur"

Some time ago, I remarked, in an unguarded moment, that one day I should have to write an article on "Racing Cars Which Never Appeared." It was a rash move, since, as I might almost have expected, a reader has taken me up, with the suggestion that "one day" should be now; in fact, that I had better get on with it. It is a large subject, and I can hardly hope to do justice to it in a short article...

Page 5 of May 1938 archive issue thumbnail Page 5, May 1938

THE J.C.C INTERNATIONAL TROPHY RACE

THE J. Cu c. INTERNATIONAL TROPHY RACE PERCY MACLURE (RILEY) WINS AN EXTREMELY CLOSE RACE — E.R.A.s SECOND AND THIRD — UNFORTUNATE ACCIDENT TO JOSEPH PAUL THE sixth International Trophy Race of the J .C.C. was one of the best races of the series, Percy Maclure winning by 0.02 m.p.h. from Raymond Mays with his unsupercharged 1,738 c.c. sixcylinder Riley. This race is always one of the most...

Page 10 of September 1939 archive issue thumbnail Page 10, September 1939

THE COMMINGES GRAND PRIX

THE COMMINGES GRAND PRIX VICTORY FOR LEBEGUE (DARRACQ) AFTER GREAT DUEL WITH WIMILLE (BUGATTI) AMD SOMMER (DARRACQ) AFEW years ago the Comminges Grand Prix used to be quite an important event in France, being first of all a real Grand Prix and later a race for sports-cars. Then, possibly owing to the fact that the place is not far from the Franco-Spanish frontier, on the other side of which the...

Page 68 of November 1993 archive issue thumbnail Page 68, November 1993

What killed Zborowski?

At one time I was reticent about publishing photographs of fatal motor racing accidents in my books or in MOTOR SPORT. It seemed rather distasteful and even disrespectful. However, since William Court's interestingly morbid Grand Prix Requiem (Patrick Stephens 1992, £20) has been published and a contemporary magazine has used pictures of the horrible crash at Brooklands when Joseph Paul (not Hall...

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"BIRA" WINS THE FIRST BIG RACE OF 1938

" BIRA" WINS THE FIRST BIG RACE OF 1938 E.R.A. VICTORIOUS IN THE CRYSTAL PALACE CORONATION TROPHY AT 57.83 m.p.h. ARTHUR DOBSON (E.R.A.) WINS HIS HEAT. WAKEFIELD'S MASERATI SIX AND THE AUSTINS WELL IN THE PICTURE. ON April 2nd the Crystal Palace roadcircuit commenced its second season, graced with fine weather and a brisk breeze blowing down the Terrace Straight. Considering that the Boat Race...

Page 32 of July 1939 archive issue thumbnail Page 32, July 1939

BRITISH VICTORY IN THE BOL d'OR

d'OR BRITISH VICTORY IN THE BOL AN Aston-Martin, driven by Contet, won the 24-Hours Bol d'Or race at Montlbery last month at an average speed of 59.6 m.p.h., having -covered 1,438 miles. The circuit used was the short one, the cars leaving the piste 4e vitesse for a short loop of the road -circuit, and so back to the track once more. It measured just over three miles in length, and consequently...

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