Articles tagged L. M. Roper

Page 18 of April 1937 archive issue thumbnail Page 18, April 1937

THE R.A.C. HASTINGS RALLY

THE R.A.C. HASTINGS RALLY AN S.S. SUCCESS—FRAZER-NASH-B.M.W., FORD, MORGAN, RILEY, SINGER AND TRIUMPH "IN THE RUNNING " SEVERE CONDITIONS. There are some people who can see nothing in the least intriguing about driving in the R.A.C.'s annual 1,000 miles Rally. Personally, we quite appreciate the strong sense of adventure underlying the task, in spite of the reliability of modern cars, and felt...

Page 27 of March 1936 archive issue thumbnail Page 27, March 1936

COMPLETE LIST OF COMPETITORS

COMPLETE LIST,OF COMPETITORS Group I (Open cars im to 8 h.p.) Blackpool.-B. A. Hobson (M.G.) Bristol.-P. Plunkett (M.G.). Glasgow.-C. 0. Grant (M.G.); G. S. Scott (Austin). London.-Miss M. J. Dobson, N. B. Bracey, A. H. Kerr, A. W. F. Smith (M.G.$); H. C. Dryden (Ford) ; R. E. A. Broad (Morris), Leamington.-P. A. Thornton (Austin). Yarmouth.F. A. M. Docker (Austin). Group 2 (Closed cars up to 8...

Page 26 of February 1927 archive issue thumbnail Page 26, February 1927

WOOD GREEN AND DISTRICT MOTOR CLUB.

WOODGREEN AND DISTRICT MOTOR CLUB. THE above club held its first Ladies' Reliability Trial recently over a very stiff main road course, including three observed hills, and leading over treacherous slime-covered roads in Hertfordshire and Buckinghamshire. In spite of the severe nature of the trial, a good entry was received, thirty-four out of the forty-two competitors being mounted on motor-...

Page 22 of March 1934 archive issue thumbnail Page 22, March 1934

THE R.A.C. RALLY

THE R.A.C. RALLY ENT RI ES for the R.A.C. Rally closed on Monday, 5th February, with the record total of 400. The Regulations provided for this number as the maximum that could be accepted, but actually nearly 450 entries were received by the R.A.C. It has been necessary therefore, to return the surplus with regret at the inevitable disappointment which will naturally be felt by these intending A...

Page 2 of January 1931 archive issue thumbnail Page 2, January 1931

A HARDY ANNUAL

A HARDY ANNUAL GOOD ENTRY AND SPORTING COURSE FOR THE LONDON-GLOUCESTER ALTHOUGH one cannot remember the LondonGloucester ever starting from London, it used not only to go to Gloucester, but to return thence to the start. Having for some years now refrained from going to Gloucester it now elects to finish in the wilds instead of at home. All these changes of route, however, have not altered the...

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