Articles tagged R. Barker

Page 29 of December 1951 archive issue thumbnail Page 29, December 1951

HIGH UP IN THE WORLD.

(Top, left) HIGH UP IN THE WORLD.—E. S. Berry (in beret) ascending the notorious Brixton Hill in the 1895 4-h.p. Lutzmann Victoria, during a very wet Brighton Run. With him is E. K. H. Karslake, sampling some more of the motoring of which he writes. (Top, right) PRESS CAR —Francis Hutton-Stotts 1902 16-h.p. de Dietrich carried three Pressmen on the " Brighton." R. Barker, Editor of the V.S.C.C.'s...

Page 31 of June 1950 archive issue thumbnail Page 31, June 1950

Club News

WE HEAR Dr. Roland John, Frazer-Nash enthusiast, has added to his stable a 1930 20/25-h.p. Rolls-Royce with Hooper touring body, which has only been licensed for a total of five years and which has run only 46,000 miles. In South Africa, F. C. Hartley has a Mk. IV "Brooklands" Riley Nine which has an off-set body and hydraulic brakes, and he would like to contact a reader in this country who can...

Page 30 of May 1953 archive issue thumbnail Page 30, May 1953

Excellent Entertainment at Ibsley

The W. Hants & Dorset C.C. Race Meeting at lbsley on April 18th lived up to tradition. It was a happily-informal, well-run meeting, with interesting racing for 750 and 1,172 Formula cars, sports cars, vintage cars, 500s and Formule Libre racing cars. Speeds were high over the 2.2-mile circuit, and in spite of a clash with Snetterton an excellent entry of over 125 was obtained. (But what a...

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