Articles tagged Talbot Ten

Page 35 of November 1938 archive issue thumbnail Page 35, November 1938

A SELECTION OF MOTOR SPORT ROAD TESTS

A SELECTION OF MOTOR SPORT ROAD TESTS THAT HAVE APPEARED IN PAST ISSUES Make of Car Issue A.B.C. .11 h.p. 2-eyl., 2-seater Feb. 1926 A.C. 2-litre, short-chassis, 15.7 h.p 2-seater July 1936 A.C. 2-litre, 16.40 3-seater Oct.. 1927 A.C. 2-litre, 16.66 h.p., 2-seater March 1926 A.C. 2-litre, 16.66 h.p., 4-seater June 1934 Alfa-Romeo 1,1-litre supercharged 6-eyl. Charles 2-seater (1929) March 1934...

Page 28 of June 1938 archive issue thumbnail Page 28, June 1938

Club News

etta Ati.4 THE BERKHAMSTED AND D. M.C. The Berkhamsted and D. M.C. deserves the greatest credit for carrying on, in this repressed age, the best tradition of the Aston-Clinton lull-climb days. Their course at Dancer's End, near Tring, offers no particular excitement apart from the acute hairpin bend, and the loose surface restricts speed and driving artistry, but the organisation is admirable. On...

Page 38 of June 1937 archive issue thumbnail Page 38, June 1937

THE M.C.C. "EDINBURGH"

M.C.C. " EDINBURGH " At Easter the M.C.C. gave us a muchstiffer-than-usual Land's End and in some people's eyes thereby fell from grace. As if to make amends they contributed a very easy Edinburgh Trial, although the last new hills were rather different from the usual M.C.C. fare, and would undoubtedly have become slime-lanes with more rain beforehand. Even in the dry conditions prevailing they...

Page 24 of December 1941 archive issue thumbnail Page 24, December 1941

A SELECTION OF MOTOR SPORT ROAD TESTS THAT HAVE APPEARED IN PAST ISSUES

A SELECTION OF MOTOR SPORT ROAD TESTS THAT HAVE APPEARED IN PAST ISSUES If you do not see the road test that you require write us a letter. We may have it in stock, but not published below. of Car Issue 1 A.C. 2-litre, short-chassis, 15.7 h.p. Feb. 1926 I A.B.C. 11 h.p. 2-cyl., 2-seater A.C. 2-litre, 10.40 h.p., 3-seater July 1936 Oct. 1927 I.. 2-seater 1 Alfa Romeo, 14-litre superclutrged July...

Page 24 of February 1942 archive issue thumbnail Page 24, February 1942

A SELECTION OF MOTOR SPORT ROAD TESTS

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Page 25 of June 1939 archive issue thumbnail Page 25, June 1939

THE R.A.C. RALLY

THE R.A.C. RALLY A GREAT SUCCESS FOR FRAZER-NASH-B.M.W. THIS year's R.A.C. Rally to Brighton was a success, even though Rally entries have decreased every year since 1932, when the original Rally attracted 367 competitors. This year 225 entered, of which 200 started. The road section proved very easy for modern cars and hardly amusing to experienced drivers, especially as the trials section was...

Page 11 of April 1951 archive issue thumbnail Page 11, April 1951

CARS I HAVE OWNED

CARS I HAVE OWNED FROM 1924 to 19'27 I was serving an apprenticeship in Dartford, Kent, and week-end journeys were made to my home in Woking on a 492,e.e. " Longstroke " T.T. Sunbeam motorcycle. NVinter days were not 11-11 oh fun and when in the tram lines of Sutton we did art al Mighty slide with me going through Ow swing doors of a cono-r pub and the bike following, I thought it high t ime to...

Page 10 of April 1938 archive issue thumbnail Page 10, April 1938

J.C.C. AT PLAY ON BROOKLANDS

J.C.C. AT PLAY ON BROOKLANDS ON March 26th the J .C.C. held its seventh Brooklands Rally, comprising six tests carried through in succession with the usual highly commendable organisation. Increased hours of daylight allowed extra entries, and this year the later date brought fine, if very chilly, weather. One hundred and fifty entries were received and best performance Of all, for which, this...

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Club News

etta LIGHT CAR CLUB The winter trials season has commenced in earnest. The Light Car Club held its annual Buxton Trial just as the Crisis cleared, with an entry of twenty-one cars. The Rank proved a nasty gradient, productive of many failures. In the slowfast test best showing was made by T. Wagner's Morris Minor and in the second special test Imhof's T-M.G. clocked 23.8 secs., and W. S. Perkins...

Page 37 of May 1937 archive issue thumbnail Page 37, May 1937

RUMBLINGS

The Season Opens So the Empire Trophy Race is over and the season is well on its way. Right from that first race the enthusiast has had. heaps to interest him. In the Donington race Dobson found the Bimotore Alfa-Romeo quite unsuited to the course in practice and the Bugatti and Talbot were very regrettably not on the starting line. Remarkable that Mays has won his first big race with the little...

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