Articles tagged Raymond Sommer (Maserati)

Page 25 of April 1933 archive issue thumbnail Page 25, April 1933

CITROENS ON MONTLHERY

CONTINENTAL NOTES. CITROENS ON MONTLHERY AS announced in last month's MOTOR SPORT two longdistance record attempts have . recently been started at Montlhery track. The first car to start was the 10 h.p. model "la petite Rosalie." The weather was most inauspicious at the start of the 25,000 kilometre attempt, snow falling heavily. In spite of this an excellent speed was maintained, and at the end...

Page 20 of June 1947 archive issue thumbnail Page 20, June 1947

Parnell's Maserati Wins First Post War British Race

Chiron Second —Mays Third. Sommer Does Best Lap at 91.28 m.p.h. Specially reported for Motor Sport by "Aramis" This first British-organised road race, although, owing to the peculiarities of our Government, having to be held in the more enlightened Channel Islands, was a terrific success as a race. It was unfortunately marred by certain administrative mistakes, which are the more regrettable as J...

Page 16 of January 1933 archive issue thumbnail Page 16, January 1933

Returns to Bugatti.

In 1931 Jean Pierre Wimille made a brilliant debut with a Bugatti. In the past season, however, he has piloted a 2.3 litre two-seater All a Romeo in many events. Now, 1933, the young Frenchman is returning to the Bugatti fold, and has come to an agreement with the veteran driver Friedrich to race one of the Molsheim products next year. Friedrich is the Bugatti agent in Nice, and specialises in...

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