At the conclusion of my appreciation last month of the 75th anniversary of Castrol lubricating-oil I remarked that cynics might say that the record-breakers and racing men were less concerned with which make of oil they used as with how much bonus-money they could earn. I countered that by remarking that this could hardly apply to those who used one make of fuel but another make of oil. To which...
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The 1914 Grand Prix Opels
We have received the following letter from Mr. N. Mavrogordato bearing on the recent article and subsequent correspondence on these cars.
Since many people have shown much interest in the 1914 Grand Prix Opel story, I venture once again to write to you about them. I enclose a most interesting letter, which I have received front T...
The Vintage Sports Car Club hold its annual Speed Hill-climb at the B.O.C.'s Prescott Hill on May 13th, following its Edwardian and Light Car Rally the previous day. The results of the rally were :-
Vintage Light Cars:
First-Class Awards: Winder (1924/8 Humber) and Miss Stocken (1924 Trajan).
Second-Class Award: Dighton (1928 Humber).
Third-Class Awards: Peerless (1924 Trojan) and Edwards (1922...