Articles tagged Vic

Page 24 of August 1967 archive issue thumbnail Page 24, August 1967

Fragments on Forgotten Makes

No. 38: The Ruston-Hornsby The roots of Ruston & Hornsby Ltd. go back to 1857. They were a well-established engineering firm in Lincoln when the First World War broke out. Contracting to make aeroplanes, they erected a special factory at BouItham. Here they were responsible for 1,500 of the not very effective A.B.C. Dragonfly aero-engines and built B.E. 2d and 2e, Sopwith 1½-strutter, Sopwith...

Page 90 of November 2012 archive issue thumbnail Page 90, November 2012

Rooms with a view

Formula 1 is poised to return to America after a five-year absence, but more than three decades have passed since the United States Grand Prix last took place at its spiritual home, Watkins Glen. It was one of the most popular races on the schedule, and a fragment of that era thrives still… By Gordon Kirby You can’t miss the Glen Motor Inn. It’s less than one mile north of Watkins Glen on the...


October 2019
Brawn Supremacy



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