Articles tagged L. Rosier

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Gerard's old E.R.A. wins an epic Charterhall International Trophy Race, beating B.R.M.

A very big crowd attended Scotland's first International Motor Race at the Winfield Joint Committee's Charterhall Meeting on October 11. Even bigger crowds are likely to attend the 1953 fixtures of this organisation, for the efficient arrangements, lack of "red tape" and the outstanding excellence of the racing are what the spectating public looks for. The weather was cold but dry, the 2-mile...

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Montlhery Musings

Maserati have now won three 1,000 kilometre races, Buenos Aires, Nurburgring and Montlhery. *   *   * The distance of 1,000 kilometres for a sports-car event seems to be gaining in popularity. It is certainly a type of event in which good planning pays off, and not so tedious as a 24-hour race. A sports car worthy of its salt should be able to race for 1,000 kilometres without being rebuilt...

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Reg Parnell Outdrives Italians at "Daily Express" B.R.D.C. Silverstone Meeting

1950 4½-litre Ferrari Leads Latest Alfa-Romeos in Rain Jaguar Wins Production Car Race, Mk. V Coopers Hold Off Iota Challenge in 500-c.c. Event. Although the hoped-for battle between the official Ferrari and Alfa-Romeo teams fizzled out with the withdrawal of the former, Silverstone on May 5th saw Reg. Parnell's 1950-type 4½-litre Ferrari seriously challenge Fangio's Alfa-Romeo in its heat and...

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The 1,000 Kilometres Race - Montlhery

Another Victory for Maserati Montlhery, June 10th. The 1,000 kilometre sports-car race, held at the Montlhery Autodrome, south of Paris, was the first real motor race to be held in France since the catastrophic event at Le Mans last year, and this may have accounted for the very strong entry it received. During the winter months the Autodrome underwent a face-lifting operation in which the pits...

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Grosser Preis der Schweiz

By our Special Correspondent On paper, and for that matter in practice, the Swiss G.P. for Formula 1 cars, held on the Bremgarten Circuit on June 4th, promised to be a first-class affair, but it turned out to be another demonstration of how to go motor-racing in the grand manner, by the Alfa-Romeo team. After the finish of the three practice periods it looked as though Alfa-Romeos, although...

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