Articles tagged Mackenzie

Page 34 of August 1959 archive issue thumbnail Page 34, August 1959

Looking Round the Speed Shops

Downton Engineering When we called on Daniel Richmond to see what the Downton Engineering Works are offering in the way of "hotting-up" equipment we found him trying to start a 1920 Rolls-Royce "Silver Ghost," reminder that he used to be a Rolls-Royce and Bentley specialist. For the past year, however, he has concentrated on tuning equipment, mainly for B.M.C.-engined cars, to such effect that he...

Page 69 of May 1967 archive issue thumbnail Page 69, May 1967

Setting straight a "sprint championship"

Sir, "Setting the record straight" is how Mr. Mackenzie-Wintle, of the Renault Club, describes his letter on the autocross Gordini, which, Motor Sport reported, "narrowly beat" the Manifold VW in 1965. With respect to Mr. Mackenzie, the record seems to have been a little bent. While Motor Sport was perfectly correct in saying that the Gordini (cost £1,000-odd, rating 95 b.h.p.) narrowly beat...

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