Articles tagged S. H. Allard

Page 30 of August 1937 archive issue thumbnail Page 30, August 1937

CLUB NEWS

ettao letawd ...??•?11?10PIP MIDLAND A.C. The 3..ladrestield Speed Trials had to be cancelled due to lack of entries— another reflection on the unfixedness of the fixtures. But that will not happen in the case of the next Shelsley-Walsh Hill-climb on September 11th. J.C.C. In connection with the Brooklands Members' Day of July 3rd, F. N. Crane (M.G.) gains a standard award, and Miss P. McOstrich...

Page 15 of May 1938 archive issue thumbnail Page 15, May 1938

VETERAB CAR CLUB

0(44 liawd VETERAN CAR CLUB The Veteran. Car Club held its annual Rally and Hill-Climb at Tilburstow on April 9th. The entries were not so numerous as in previous years, but a very enjoyable day was had by all. After lunch the cars attempted the long climb of Tilburstow. Capt. Colver's 1896 Arnold required the assistance of both occupants, but Wood's Leon-Bolke ascended steadily, likewise Allday'...

Page 7 of January 1936 archive issue thumbnail Page 7, January 1936

After Mutton came Quarhouse, a straight-forward hill with an unpleasant

surface of leaves and another shelving right-hand bend on which Hutchison's Ford was brought to a standstill. N. G. Watson (Frazer-Nash) and Denis Evans (Magnette) were very neat at this point, and Evans also went very quickly over Ham Mill's rough surface, which caused nasty things to happen to the transmission of both W. L. Jackson's FrazerNash and M. Chambers' Vauxhall. Next on the list was...

Page 7 of October 1949 archive issue thumbnail Page 7, October 1949

International Prescott Speed Hill-Climb

Sydney Allard - 1949 British Hill-Climbing Champion Sydney Allard Breaks Course Record (44.26 sec.), Sports-Car Record (47,96 sec.), Wins Three Classes and Final of 1949 R.A.C. Hill-Climbing Championship and Team Prize. Poore's 3.8-litre Alfa-Romeo Second Fastest. Six Class Records Fall. As the above heading indicates, Sydney Allard had a field-day at Prescott on September 11th, securing the 1949...

Page 25 of August 1949 archive issue thumbnail Page 25, August 1949

Raymond Mays Shows Then How

at Rest and Be Thankful Poore Second. Peter Walker Third The R.S.A.C.'s speed hill-climb at Rest and Be Thankful on July 9th was quite unique in this country, for the very difficult course (May's admission!) was over a mile long, compared to our usual 1/2 or 1/2-mile climbs, and was reminiscent of an Alpine event. Unfortunately, although over £2,000 was said to have been spent on the road, it...

Page 13 of February 1939 archive issue thumbnail Page 13, February 1939

club news

etialiewd ......?1101.1111111111.119P SOUTHSEA M.C. The Club reported at its annual general meeting that it is now in a much sounder position than before. The following officers were elected for the cowing season :—Trials Secretary : C. S. De we-y ; Social Secretary : D. P. Kirkman ; lion. Treasurer : N. Lloyd Evans ; Chief Marshal : S. Teversham ; Press Secretary : M. W. Shepard. The President,...

Page 6 of August 1947 archive issue thumbnail Page 6, August 1947

Gerard's E.R.A makes f.t.d at Summer Prescott Meeting

Rodney Clarke's "3.3" G.P. Bugatti breaks Sports-Car Record. Mrs. Darbishire (Riley) raises her own Ladies' Record Many Class Records Broken Gerrard's white 2-litre twin-rear-tyred E.R.A. made fastest time at the Summer Open Prescott Speed Hill-Climb. Cornering carefully, he clocked 47.35 sec. His first run occupied 48.13 Sec.; his second run was a distinct improvement, and .68 sec. faster than...

Page 18 of July 1949 archive issue thumbnail Page 18, July 1949

Sydney Allard Breaks the Prescott Course Record (45.05 sec.) and Sports Car Records With His Allards

Six Class Records Fall at Bugatti O.C. Club Meeting Prescott really is a pleasant place and never more so than under the ideal conditions which prevailed at the B.O.C. Club meeting on June 12th. As usual, the meeting was conducted with 100 per cent. efficiency, and, for that, praise must be distributed between the pleasant and calm demeanour of Eric Giles, the military acumen of Col. Giles, and...

Page 18 of February 1938 archive issue thumbnail Page 18, February 1938

ON THE INFLUENCE OF SLIME-STORMING

ON THE INFLUENCE OF SLIMESTORMING In reply to Mr. S. H. Allard, whose letter appeared in the January issue :Sir, Mr. Allard jumps to an incorrect conclusion in believing that the writer deplores an Allard-Special ; in the article it was emphasised that trials adversely influenced, in the main, small sportscars costing under 000. Mr. Allard contrives to achieve excellent results by using 3.6-...

Page 20 of March 1938 archive issue thumbnail Page 20, March 1938

Club news

etal/laced U.H. & U.L.M.C. The annual Cotswold Trial, which has earned a high place as one of the better trials embracing sensible hills and attracting a varied entry, was run off on February 6th. There were thirty-one entries, including A. F. Seroggs (touring Trojan), I. K. Nixon (Austin Seven), J. H. Plevy (Gwymie), G. N. Mansell and C. A. N. May (M.G.$), N. V. Terry (Frazer-NashB.M.W.), J...

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