Articles tagged MORRIS MINOR

Page 35 of May 1972 archive issue thumbnail Page 35, May 1972

Vintage Light Cars Invade Cambria

Small cars were not unknown in Wales in the vintage years, what with things like the London-Holyhead Trial and the RAC Six Days Small Car Trial. They come again in modern times to take tea with the Editor, as members of the Light Car Section of the VSCC. This year (April 15/16th) 16 elected to make the journey but Tony Griffiths found water where his Austin 7 should keep its oil after a previous...

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The Fiat Suspension.

The Fiat Suspension. • In February this year the Automobile Club of Spain suspended the " marque " Fiat internationally for one year. The Fiat Company appealed to the A.I.A.C.R. (International Association of Recognized Automobile Clubs) through the Royal Automobile Club of Italy under the provisions of the International Sporting Code. The R.A.C. has now been advised that the differences between...

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Southern Jowett Car Club

On Sunday, September 27th, the Southern Jowett Car Club held a mixed event for members. In the morning a map-reading point-to-point run was organised around Addington, Surrey, and the afternoon rendezvous was near Wrotham, Kent. The morning was misty and the full effect of the picturesque route planned was lost. However, the weather provided added map-reading hazards. Results: 1st, Mrs....

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STONEGUARDS.

STONEGUARDS. /N our January issue we published a photograph of a radiator stoneguard marketed by Motor Car Com ponents Co., of 43, Lonsdale Road, Kilburn, London, N.W.6. The prices of the models now available are as follows :—M.G. Midget 27/6, or with lugs for fitting to cross bar 35/-, Austin 7 and Morris Minor 30/-, Mark I and II M.G. 38/-, 1 Flitre Bugatti 35/-, 2,300 c.c. Bugatti 50/-. These...

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THE PRIX ROYAL OF ROME.

THE PRIX ROYAL OME. GRAND SLAM FOR MASERATI ON THE NEW LITTORIO TRACK. ERNESTO MASERATI, the younger brother of the manufacturer, won the " Reale Premio " (an untranslateable phrase) of Rome, which was run on Sunday, 7th June, on the new Littorio track near the Italian capital, which was described in "MOTOR SPORT" some months ago. The day was a great one for Maserati, for Ren.e Dreyfus, driving...

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My Year's Motoring

The Editor Looks Back on the Cars He Drove During 1953 Another year over, a few more grey hairs, several thousand more miles of enjoyable motoring completed, in a variety of motor cars. When I came to sum up my year's motoring on New Year's Eve I was discomfited to discover that the score, so far as proper road-test cars were concerned, was merely — nine. Yet on reflection perhaps this isn't so...

Page 28 of January 1965 archive issue thumbnail Page 28, January 1965

The cars of Betty Haig

Described to the Editor in a recent interview Late in November I drove out of Hampshire and across the rolling Berkshire downs, bleak under a blanket of grey cloud, to Shellingford, to talk to Betty Haig, grand niece of Field-Marshal the Earl Haig, K.G., G.C.B., O.M., about the cars she has owned, and driven in rallies, races and sprints. As I talked to this keen lady racing motorist in a study...

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Monte Carlo Rally Bulletin

London, January, 23rd Before the rally started came news of roads snowed-up and the intensely cold weather threatened more snow to come. But conditions improved before January 22nd and the Glasgow contingent got away in good order, the first car flagged off by the Rt Hon The Lord Provost, Sir Victor Warren, from Blythswood Square, which, must now seem to the drivers so very far away ! The only...

Page 28 of June 1953 archive issue thumbnail Page 28, June 1953

Hants & Berks M.C. Versatility Trail (April 25th)

MOTOR SPORT has long been an advocate of the versatility trial, indeed, was probably the first to suggest such an event. Consequently, we were pleased when the Hants & Berks M.C. decided, three years ago, to hold a trial, which, if not quite so ambitious as the one we proposed, was a very definite and genuine attempt to discover the most versatile car, taking speed, comfort and peak hill-...

Page 28 of April 1935 archive issue thumbnail Page 28, April 1935

RALLYING ROUND AT BROOKLANDS

RALLYING ROUND AT BROOKLANDS THE JUNIOR CAR CLUB'S "DAY OF TESTS" WELL SUPPORTED. HON. BRIAN LEWIS MAKES BEST PERFORMANCE OF THE DAY. • WITH a record entry of 131 cars, the J.C.C. Rally, which took place at Brooklands early last month, could hardly fail to be a success. Mr. Dyer and his merry men arranged a series of tests all round the newly opened track, the piece de resistance being, as usual...

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