Articles tagged Ted Woolley

Page 38 of March 1978 archive issue thumbnail Page 38, March 1978

V-E-V Miscellany

We hear that John Blake is rebuilding a rather special Salmson, the actual car, it seems, which was driven in the 1921 Le Mans Race and the 1921 JCC 200-Mile Race by Andre Lombard and on the latter occasion crashed into the pits and broke both its n/s wheels, but was able to resume and finish second to Archie Frazer-Nash's GN. It was later raced by O. Wilson-Jones. It then seems to have...

Page 44 of January 1976 archive issue thumbnail Page 44, January 1976

A happy coming-together

John Rowley's 1913 TH. Schneider It seems very unlikely that any more genuine Grand Prix racing cars of the pre-1914 period will come to light, the last such significant discovery having been Philip Mann's Lyons Mercedes. The next best thing is to fabricate such a car, the most exciting, surely; of the historic era, froni as authentic components as possible. That is exactly what John Rowley,...

Page 33 of August 1974 archive issue thumbnail Page 33, August 1974

Around and about

Opel Commodore GS/E for Britain C.R.'s regret that the Opel Commodore 2.8 GS/E is not imported into Great Britain (Road Impressions of the Opel Commodore 2.8 GS and Granada Ghia on page 844 of this issue) is fortunately short-lived. The model is to be marketed in the UK in the autumn. Tony Fall and Peter Hanson turned out on the Avon Motor Tour of Britain with a brace of right-hand-drive versions...



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