Articles tagged Tony Stevens

Page 56 of April 1981 archive issue thumbnail Page 56, April 1981

Around and About

For business and pleasure Regular readers of Motor Sport will know that Dan Margulies has been advertising within these pages for more than twenty years, dealing in specialist cars. He had involved himself in the business for many years before it became “fashionable” to own elderly cars and they began changing hands at their current high prices. VSCC members will know the Romanian born,...

Page 37 of September 1982 archive issue thumbnail Page 37, September 1982


Riley Register THE Riley Register, which caters for all pre-war Coventry-built Rileys, is in a healthy state financially. It has an Autumn Weekend on September 25th / 26th, at which, among other happenings including the dinner and AGM, cars will assemble at 9.30 a.m. on the Sunday on Southport sands, where those motor-races used to be held, for presentation to the Mayor of Southport, before...

Page 67 of February 1995 archive issue thumbnail Page 67, February 1995

Adstock New Year

AII those stalwart VSCC enthusiasts who decided to attend the ever-popular New Years Day gathering at Adstock near Buckingham set off for The Old Thatched Inn in glorious sunshine on a bright frosty morning — but by midday the crowded pub yard was in the midst of the first of two snow storms. Despite this, numbers were up on previous years, and the proliferation of "vintage" personnel was quite...

Page 20 of February 1986 archive issue thumbnail Page 20, February 1986

Club News

The XK Register of the Jaguar Drivers' Club has published some fixtures for the forthcoming months: first, on May 4th, a road navigational rally is being held, followed on June 29th by International XK Day at Wellington Country Park, near Reading. In addition, at the JDC race meeting at Mallory Park on May 26th there will be a race for XKs and DB2 Aston Martins. The Register Secretary is John...

Page 58 of March 1988 archive issue thumbnail Page 58, March 1988

Veteran to classic: ERAs in Thailand (cont'd)

board the Bank of Bangkok's former Royal Barge which glided up and down the river while the drivers polished off a substantial feast. The air force transported the cars the 100km or so to Pattaya, while everyone else went in coaches driven by Thai army personnel. Some of the drivers were of the opinion that the coach drivers were frustrated racers, but there were no casualties. The Montien Hotel...


August 2019
100 years, three cars, one epic track test



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