Articles tagged Vert

Page 22 of August 1950 archive issue thumbnail Page 22, August 1950

Club News

Club News LuciL) WE HEAR TIke lIudson-engined P:tgora two-seater which we illustrated in Merrou Sewer before the war and referred to again not long ago resides in garage near booth IsIroligli, along with a smart Vale-Special. It is really rather remarkable how old ears continue to be unearthed, and promising too. for it seems as if tin supply will never dry-up. For example, a Woodrow two-seater...

Page 32 of May 1950 archive issue thumbnail Page 32, May 1950

Goodwood Easter Meeting

Richmond Trophy Race Run Under Appalling Weather Conditions but Parnell Still the Master. "Bira" Wins Chichester Trophy. Splendid Driving by Poore and Shawe-Taylor. Dryden and Coldham Fight a Great Duel in the 500-c.c. Race.   Paddock Prowlings In the huge new Goodwood Paddock much of interest was to be observed during practice on the Saturday. The Platé Maserati for "Bira" to drive arrived in a...

Page 21 of December 1976 archive issue thumbnail Page 21, December 1976

Matters of moment

Fun from your fuel With the cost of everyday existence ever rising, Britain running up enormous debts, and food prices failing to stabilise, those pessimists who forecast that the cost of a gallon of petrol will soon be £1 are probably right, or not far wrong. Which gives rise to the thought that with the cost of this essential fluid so high it behoves all of us to get the best we can from it,...

Page 3 of January 1945 archive issue thumbnail Page 3, January 1945

THE BERTELLI ASTONS

THE BERTELLI ASTONS By E. M. Innian-Hunier SHOULD Mr. IV. S. Renwick chance to sec this article I am confident he will forgive my choice of title. For whilst no one would AVitill to deer' the large part played by him in the design of the " new " Aston-Martin (introduced after the original manufacturers had gone into liquidation), great credit is due to A. C. Bertelli, the co-designer and engineer...

Page 30 of November 1950 archive issue thumbnail Page 30, November 1950

41/2-litre Ferraris 1,2,3, in X Gran Premio at Pena Rhin. Both B.R.M.s Retire.

41-1itre Ferraris 1, 2, 3, in X Gran Premio at Pena Rhin. Both B.R.M.s Retire. TELE new tut bloWfl -litre Ferraris, which challenged t . \HU-Hornet's at Alonza, hail things all I Iii•irnit finishing first, second :no'. third. Asettri veiJt2..no.2 os er 94. m.p.h., and Seralini was second throughout, save for one lap, When Tarttlli Was ahead of hint. Alanzon's blown Sinlea-GOrdilli put tip a...

Page 57 of May 1977 archive issue thumbnail Page 57, May 1977

The United States Grand Prix west

The Racer's Racer Wins at Home Long Beach, California, April 3rd Despite financial and organisational difficulties, the Californian city of Long Beach once again held its street race at the start of April, although the surroundings are hardly as glamorous as they are in Monaco. The United States Grand Prix West is the name of this Formula One event, the fourth round of the 1977 World Championship...

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