Articles tagged K. Burgess

Page 9 of March 1949 archive issue thumbnail Page 9, March 1949

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Bristol M.C. & L.C.C. Spring Half-Day Trial Held on January 14th, the results were: M.C.C. Cup: K. Burgess (Allard). First-Class Awards: G. Best (M.G.), A. Faulkener (Mercury), C. C. Evans (Daisy). Second-Class Awards: L. Parker (Allard), L. Morrish (M.G.), H. E. Roberts (Morris). Bristol M.C. & L.C.C. Full Moon Cup Trial Run on February 12th this trial embraced Stroud Lane, Oatlands,...

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Mid-Surrey A.C. and V.S.C.C. Grand Cup Trial This famous trial, in its austerity guise, was confined to hills around Pirbright, after starting from a puzzled village in that area. Michael May was the leading light in organisation, rushing hither and thither in his mother's S.U.-carburetted Austin Seven "Chummy" with the brave owner as passenger. Nine observed sections and two special tests...

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Fedden fiasco The classic Roy Fedden Trophy Trial of the Bristol MC and LCC went astray this year. The organisers decided to toughen-up the event by discarding the former route in favour of a group of hills beside Colerne aerodrome. Toughen it up, they most certainly did. Aided by one of the wettest Novembers on record, the near-vertical gradients, that aviators have to avoid if they are to land...

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Report of Recent Events

V.S.C.C. Bisley Meeting Another worthwhile Vintage S.C.C. meeting was held at Bisley on October 12th, when the assembled cars were almost as interesting as the tests in which they subsequently took part. Three cars obviously well in the running for the Concours were Abbott's immaculate 1904 Mercédès, Richards' early "12/50" Alvis tourer with incredibly-polished engine (having, however, two S.U.s...

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V.C.C. Northern Rally Results of the Veteran C.C. Southport event on September 17th are now to hand. Seventeen veterans and 24 Edwardians entered, of which 14 and 23 started. Ten veterans and 11 Edwardians lost no marks. On formula Eyre's 1902 Napier won the former class from Hunt's 1902 Century and Davenport's 1901 Progress, while the Edwardian Class was won by Taylor's 1911 Stanley Steamer from...

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