Articles tagged Patrick Lindsay

Page 83 of April 1984 archive issue thumbnail Page 83, April 1984

Readers' Letters

Not "Cordon Rouge" Your Continental Correspondent's warning regarding replica and fake cars offered for sale (February's "Not What They Seem to Be") proved timely indeed. So much so that I almost suspected that he had had a sneak preview of the Small-Ads of that same issue, for there, almost heading the lists, was none other than "Cordon Rouge" itself, Raymond Mays' first Bugatti, and one of the...

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Veteran - Edwardian - Vintage

A Section Devoted to Old-Car Matters THE V.S.C.C. RICHARD SEAMAN TROPHIES MEETING (June 23rd) This V.S.C.C. Race Meeting, the most important on the vintage calendar, was again highly successful, even if the spectators at Oulton Park seemed fewer than in previous years, probably because Le Mans is such a magnet for the British. But the rain kept off except for a shower during the very last race...

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VETERAN EDWARDIAN VINTAGE A Section Devoted to Old-Car Matters GRAND FINALE AT CASTLE COMBE TO 1967 V.S.C.C. RACING SEASON C. T. Rogers (1(67o A.G. Special) Wins MOTOR SPORT Brooklands Memorial Trophy PERFECT weather, splendid racing, made the Castle Combe Meeting on September 16th memorable. Kain (Type 35B Bugatti) had the lead beforehand in the MOTOR SpoRT Brooklands Memorial Trophy Contest but...

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I know we're all, fed up with Michael Schumacher monotonously winning Fl races: but it's still quite something that he tied up the title after barely 2000 of the season's 3200 racing miles. It's another Schuey record for the short-term statisticians to trumpet Of course, in 1952-53 Alberto Ascari's Ferrari won every single championship race over a period of more than 12 months. But, in the...

Page 115 of May 1984 archive issue thumbnail Page 115, May 1984

Vintage Postbag

Making a stand There have been many editorials and letters recently about the DVLC at Swansea, the ending of the old style log books and the issuing of new numbers. As readers are no doubt aware, the powers that be at DVLC made these decisions on their own accord independently from any Parliamentary decision. They are not acting within the law, and of course have no right whatsoever to tell you...

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BARC Brooklands Raceday

THE programme was styled the "Official Race Card" and was priced in shillings; the drivers were accorded the courtesy Mr. or Mrs. before their initials and the newest car was made in 1938, but it didn't happen at Brooklands. Instead, May Bank Holiday Monday saw 24 regular VSCC competitors assembling on the grid at Thruxton for the annual Brooklands Society Memorial Trophy Handicap race over six...

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All Changes at VSCC Silverstone Meeting

The Vintage SCC's first Silverstone race meeting this year happened on April 21. It marked some changes since last season. In the first place, Woodcote corner had disappeared from the Club circuit, replaced with a complex of slower corners, rather out of sight of the spectators in the covered stands. This made the following straight faster, with hard braking for Copse in consequence, but inmates...



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