Articles tagged Peter Monkhouse

Page 7 of July 1947 archive issue thumbnail Page 7, July 1947

Formula Car Wins Non-Formula Event at Chimay

"Bira's" 16-valve Maserati First. Peter Monkhouse Second in Type 51 Bugatti. Reported for Motor Sport by Louis Klemantaski. Chimay, in the south-west corner of Belgium, staged that rare event, a race run under Formule Libre, the entry being subdivided into under and over 2-litre cars. Thus, many British drivers with non-formula cars got what is probably their only chance of road racing this year...

Page 6 of October 1944 archive issue thumbnail Page 6, October 1944

The film show at the "Rembrandt"

* The Film Show at the "Rembrandt" THE enthusiasts' gathering held at the Rembrandt Hotel again saw every available ticken taken, and some 150 people sat down to lunch, which was a very good affair, the "pit work" by the waiters being excellent. At the " top " table were Marcus Chambers, Klem, George Monkhouse, Mr. and Mrs. Pomeroy, Anthony Heal, Sam Clutton, Lord Brabazon, Kay Petre, Mr. and Mrs...

Page 3 of October 1946 archive issue thumbnail Page 3, October 1946

Brighton Speed Trials

Raymond Mays (E.R.A.) averages 91.3 m.p.h. over the kilometre to make f.t.d. "Bira" (Maserati) runner-up. Sports Alfa-Romeo clocks 70.34 m.p.h. and Mrs. Monkhouse (Bugatti) 76.61 m.p.h. The Brighton and Hove M.C.'s Speed Trials were revived after a lapse of seven years and run off over a lengthened course - one kilometre instead of half-a-mile along Madeira Drive, Brighton, on September 7th. A...

Page 57 of August 1992 archive issue thumbnail Page 57, August 1992

Happy Days

Singapore-born of an Australian mother and Scottish father in 1913, Ian F Connell competed in a considerable number of races and other competition events in an interesting variety of racing cars, both before and after the war. A short time ago I paid him a visit to chat about those days. Connell's father died when Ian was four and his mother and stepfather did not become regular motorists until...

Page 16 of February 1963 archive issue thumbnail Page 16, February 1963

Veteran - Edwardian - Vintage

A Section Devoted to Old-Car Matters "Driving a 'bus in a rush hour is very like vintage car racing; it demands neatness and accuracy"—from "Busman's View" by C.R. Wason (Allen & Unwin, 1958), which contains other unexpected references to vintage-car motoring. *     *     * There were only two pre-war cars at the V.S.C.C. "Phoenix" evening in January. Appropriately these were p.v.t. "Chain...



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