Articles tagged Pickett

Page 25 of July 1925 archive issue thumbnail Page 25, July 1925

MOTORING SPORTSMEN

MOTORING SPORTSMEN. Capt. A. FRAZER NASH. By THE EDITOR. THE records of the motor industry contain no more outstanding example of personal achievement than is exemplified by the career of Capt. A. Frazer Nash, who needs no further introduction to our readers. Shortly after leaving school, at the time of the RussoJapanese War, young Frazer Nash, scenting adventure, went to sea, and shipping before...

Page 36 of February 1931 archive issue thumbnail Page 36, February 1931

A G.N. Revival?

A G.N. Revival ? WITH reference to your mention in last month's issue of Mr. Davenport's new car for Shelsley, you may be interested to know that I have acquired one of the other Akela engines which I intend to use during the coining season. I acquired it from Mr. Dempster, who in turn had it from Mr. Ringwood. Prior to that, I believe it was raced by Mr. Pickett in the 1926 Grand Prix at...

Page 41 of April 1962 archive issue thumbnail Page 41, April 1962

Vintage Sports and Racing Salmsons

Vintage Sports and Racing Salmsons by John McLellan SALMSON PUBLICITY PORTRAIT of ti 1928129 production Grand Pri:s Model with metal body and balloon tyres. IT is easy E0 forget that the vintage period in motoring lasted only a decade and that many of the now legendary marques were introduced, flourished, and declined during a shorter period than the production run of some of today's popular...

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