Articles tagged Nixon

Page 19 of October 1948 archive issue thumbnail Page 19, October 1948

Racing at Goodwood

Racing at Goodwood Return of the " Real Thing" at J.C.C.'s New Track. Eight Excellent Races Parnell Wins the Goodwood Trophy. Gerard Sets Lap Record "Daily Graphic" Backs the Meeting PRACTICE NOTES In beautiful if rather chilly weather, white clouds flecking a clear blue sky and casting shadows on the sun-lit Sussex hills in the background, practice passed off smoothly for the first meeting at...

Page 17 of March 1947 archive issue thumbnail Page 17, March 1947

Club news

We Hear Captain Widdowson would like to hear from previous owners of his 1929 8th Series long-chassis Lancia "Lambda" Weymann saloon. Its identifications are: UU 6926, engine 10175, chassis 19987, and among earlier users was Lt.-Comdr. Horncastle, R.N. Prices of secondhand cars likely to interest enthusiasts seem to be falling somewhat — we found a fairly sound "23/60" Vauxhall tourer in Alton...

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All manner of interesting letters, photographs, documents and scrapbooks reach Motor Sport from time to time, rendering life just that much more pleasing as each is examined and digested. Some time ago there arrived some very old photographs exceedingly well preserved, of an unknown gentleman in his various automobiles, starting with a Benz Ideal and a Bollee tricar and graduating to a neat...

Page 33 of March 1950 archive issue thumbnail Page 33, March 1950

Club News

We Hear The "500" movement is catching on in Australia, where the Hooper-Special with J.A.P. engine has set up a N.S.W. s.s. ¼-mile record for cars up to 750-c.c., of 16.71 sec. John Crouch has ordered a Cooper 1,000 and Paynter is thinking of building a car of this type. A 1939 3-litre Lagonda engine and an old de Dion engine have come to light at a farm near Carlisle, a reader informs us. We...



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