Articles tagged Peter Waring

Page 23 of April 1951 archive issue thumbnail Page 23, April 1951

Club News

WE HEAR We hear that a well-preserved 1923 Gwynne Eight witli spare engine was for sale in Leeds recently and that a 1919 Royal Enfield combination with three new tyres, acetylene lamps, etc., Nvas looking for its next owner up in Forfar, the price being under £20. According to N. P. Waring, who has " covered " every Indianapolis 500 since 1927, the car Clark Gable drives in "To Please IL Lady "...

Page 35 of June 1950 archive issue thumbnail Page 35, June 1950

"Busman's Holiday"-II

The Editor Drives a Further Selection of Different Motor Cars THE longer you defer a holiday the more reluctant you become to resume the daily routine at its conclusion, so perhaps I am fortunate that my duties as Editor of MOTOR SPORT give me but little time for vacations, if they do allow me the pleasure and excitement of occasionally taking a "busman's holiday" by exchanging the Editorial desk...

Page 26 of June 1957 archive issue thumbnail Page 26, June 1957

B.A.R.C. Members' Meeting, Goodwood (May 11th)

I. Ireland (Lotus) leads M. Charles (Jaguar-D) by one point in Motor Sport Brooklands Memorial Trophy Contest A considerable attendance and a dry track until the last race contributed to a good afternoon's sport at Goodwood on May 11th. In the first five-lap scratch race for 1,250.c.c. non-s/c. sports cars Ireland's Lotus-Climax was chased earnestly by Greene in a Cooper-Climax, these two running...

Page 32 of October 1951 archive issue thumbnail Page 32, October 1951

MOTOR SPORT

750 CLUB'S SIX-HOUR RELAY RACE THE 750 Club, and particularly. Holland Birkett, are to be warmly congratulated on the Six-Hour Sports Car Relay Race which they put On at Silverstone on August 25th. The race followed in the high tradition of the pre-war L.C.C. Brooklands Relay Races, but the regulations were rather more flexible and the duration doubled. Racing cars were barred, but teams of from...

Page 40 of July 1953 archive issue thumbnail Page 40, July 1953

EIGHT CLUBS SILVERSTONE MEETING

EIGHT CLUBS SILVERSTONE MEETING Full Programme of Races Expeditiously Completed (JUNE 6TH) THE Eight Clubs' organisation—Hants & Berks, Harrow, Cernian, Chiltern, 750, Lagonda, Lancia and A.C. Owners—excelled itself with its Silverstone meeting this year. Sixteen races were run off under the able direction of Barclay Inglis, not only to time, but towards the end of a long day, ahead of time....

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