Articles tagged R. H. Rose

Page 32 of April 1937 archive issue thumbnail Page 32, April 1937


For the Outer Circuit Sometimes you may visit Brooklands and learn nothing of interest, whereas another visit will reveal something very unexpected. Running out of fuel on the Railway Straight last month E. W. W. Pacey had the misfortune to do likewise and the imposing singleseater Pacey-Hassan-Special duly stopped just behind our Frazer-Nash. Thus it came about that we knew, before a lot of...

Page 33 of August 1955 archive issue thumbnail Page 33, August 1955

A Sunbeam Occasion

On July 2nd/3rd the Sunbeam S.T. D. Register held its Fifth Annual Wolverhampton week-end. On the Saturday the first contingent in the age/distance rally clocked in at Albrighton, while from Tettenhall competitors in the treasure hunt were dispatched on a pleasant scenic route by the organiser Edward May. R. C. Carter failed to check in on time in the rally because the newly-overhauled Thomson-...

Page 27 of January 1938 archive issue thumbnail Page 27, January 1938


THE RETURN OF THE LEA-FRANCIS THE marque of Lea-Francis will soon be in active production again. The original Lea-Francis Company was formed in 1896, for the manufacture of bicycles. In 1900 they began making cars, one early model having a 3-cylinder 4" x 6" horizontal engine—so far the Veteran C.C. has not unearthed an ex ample. In 1911 the famous V-twin motor-cycle was introduced, with twowheel...


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