Articles tagged Romeo Giulietta

Page 67 of May 1961 archive issue thumbnail Page 67, May 1961

The Easter Goodwood Meeting

Surtees First in Glover Trophy F.2 Race in Yeoman Credit Cooper, Setting a New F1 Lap Record Moss (Cooper) Wins in Inter-Continental Lavant Cup Race and Sports-Car Race with a U.D.T. Lotus THE weather could hardly have been more miserable on Easter Monday morning, but the men got out their duffle-coats, the girls gay umbrellas, and a crowd of 45,000 set off for Goodwood, over roads rendered...

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Book reviews

"The AA — A History of the Automobile Association, 1905-1980" by Hugh Barty-King. 319 pp, 101/2",111/2". (The Automobile Association, Fanum House, Basingstoke, Hampshire, RG21 2EA, £14.95). To commemorate its 75th year, the AA has commissioned this beautifully-produced book by a, to me, unknown author, who tells the complete history of the Automobile Association in considerable detail. The...

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Veteran Edwardian Vintage

A SECTION DEVOTED TO OLD CAR MATTERS A Country Garage Between The Wars THE other day I drove in an Alfa Romeo Giulietta 2.0 into the complexities of Woodley, from the M4, to chat with Mr. H. E. Neville, now aged 82, who remembered when this was all open country. He came to Wooburn Green with his parents, who were starting a public house there, in 1900. This venture was not a great success but the...

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Continental Notes

The Formula One season is now well under way and we have a good idea of the lines along which the various teams are developing, Lotus keeping to their Type 25 monocoque design but naming the 1964 version the Type 33, while B.R.M. have seen the error of their ways in trying to combine a tubular space structure with a stressed skin structure and have gone over to full monocoque layout. However,...

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Les Vingt-Quatre Heures Du Mans

A REVIEW Le Mans (Sarthe), June 23rd. This year the Le Mans 24-hour race returned to its normal status of counting towards the Manufacturers' Championship for Sports Cars, because the Automobile Club de l'Ouest wisely decided to drop the limitations on fuel consumption and engine capacity, that they imposed last year. As a result all the important manufacturers entered strong teams of cars and...

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The Month of Mayhem

The month of May. A phrase that means a lot to the racing fraternity here in the USA. It means the Indianapolis 500 and, for me, the first event in our new Legends of Motorsports series of historic races that I've been putting together for the last year or so. So yeah, it's been a pretty hectic time. Starting with the historic races at the Barber Motorsports Park in Alabama, I'm pleased and...

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CONTINENTAL NOTES

DURING this season there has been a new name among the makes of racing cars, and that is Tomaso. One appeared in the French Grand Prix, another at Solitude, four of them at Modena and three at Monza. In consequence some notes on this newcomer will not go amiss. The man behind this small factory is Alessandro de Tomaso, a young Argentinian who came over to Europe some years ago and raced Maserati...

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The Mini Marathon

It may only be three years old, but the Pirelli Classic Marathon has made such an impact on historic motor sport that it seems to have been a permanent fixture for years. With the likes of Moss, Hopkirk, Clark raising the profile already in this country, the likes of Unser, multiple winner of Indianapolis, Gijs van Lennep, double Le Mans victor and Clay Regazzoni, former Grand Prix driver, there...

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An interview with Capt. G.E.T. Eyston

The Editor Asks the World's Most Prolific and Successful Record-Breaker Some Questions and Gets Some Very Interesting Answers A book would be needed to detail all the racing and record-breaking achievements accomplished by Capt. George Eyston, OBE, MC, between 1923 and 1939. But the other day I was privileged to ask this astonishing man - Le Recordman to the denizens of Montlhery - some questions...

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The Motor Sport Month - Historic News

New chapters of history HSCC confirms extra race dates for 2014 season, By Paul Lawrence The Historic Sports Car Club has revealed a 2014 programme that continues the steady growth started four years ago – despite Europe’s increasingly crowded historic racing calendar. During the new season, the club will organise 18 days of racing for its members, which is up from 15 in 2010. High-profile events...

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