Articles tagged Robert Daley

Page 24 of September 1968 archive issue thumbnail Page 24, September 1968

Book Reviews

"Jim Clark—Portrait of a Great Driver", by Graham Gauld. 204 pp. 8 in. x 5½ in. (The Hamlyn Publishing Group Ltd., Hamlyn House, Feltham, Middlesex, England. 21s.) This is not so much a book about the late Jim Clark, as a tribute to him by various people who knew him well, among them being Ian Scott Watson (who set Clark on the motor racing road), and Colin Chapman (who provided him with the...

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Late developer

He was 27 when he saw his first race, but Robert Daley then spent a decade photographing grands prix. Here are some of those images and his words Robert Daley came to motor racing more by accident than out of any childhood passion for cars. As an aspiring 'stringer', a writer hoping to sell stories on spec, he attended the 1956 Winter Olympics where he fell under the spell of Alfonso de Portago....

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Books for Christmas

BOOKS FOR CHRISTMAS "Motor Road Tests, 1966 Series." 130 p.., soft covers, 11 3/5 in. x 8 1/3 in. (Temple Press Books Ltd. George Newnes Ltd., Tower House, Southampton Street, London, W.C.2. 31s.) At this time of the year, welcome as a Christmas gift, comes this annual containing reprints of road-tests published by Motor between July 24th, 1965, and July 9th of this year. The cars covered range...

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Miniatures news

Lesney's June "Matchbox" models were a 120 : 1-scale London Routemaster 'bus with stairway, B.P. transfers, etc. (No. 5, 2s.), and a Pontiac Grand Prix sports coupé with tow, hook, opening doors, windows, central console, etc., 72 to 1 scale, at at the same modest price (No. 22). Spot-On have issued a very fine big-scale Tri-ang Model of a l.w.b. Land-Rover with trailer, having a detachable...


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