Articles tagged Lloyd-Jones

Page 11 of October 1950 archive issue thumbnail Page 11, October 1950

Shelsley Walsh Hill-Climb

The Shelsley Walsh Hill-Climb on September 23rd was full of interest, yet attracted the smallest crowd we have ever seen there—which suggests that circuit-racing is stealing the sprint thunder. Before the war the customers wanted both but it cost them less to get there in those days. A fine morning changed to the traditional Shelsley rain after the first runs. so f.t.d. was decided during the...

Page 13 of June 1954 archive issue thumbnail Page 13, June 1954

Matters of Moment

This Is Not Good Enough Motor racing, rallies, even certain regularity tests, driving tests and fuel consumption trials have a considerable commercial significance and cannot, for this reason, be dismissed lightly as "Jolly good fun, old boy," or "It's all for the Sport." Competitors who are works entries, drive works cars, whose cars have been wholly or partially prepared by a manufacturer, or...

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