Articles tagged Victor Bruce

Page 30 of April 1931 archive issue thumbnail Page 30, April 1931

Club News

etia/lewd ..........■111111111111111111r J.C.C. (LIVERPOOL AND N. WALES CENTRE)., THE Liverpool and North Wales Centre of the Junior Car Club held its annual dinner and dance at the Exchange Hotel, Liverpool, some little time ago, when about 130 members and friends were present. Mr. H. S. Phillips was in the chair and Mr. J. F. Simpson acted as M.C. Mr. L. F. Dyer, general secretary, responded to...

Page 5 of February 1942 archive issue thumbnail Page 5, February 1942

THE 2- (AND OFTEN 3-) WHEELER REMINISCENCES OF H.L. BIGGS

THE 2(AND OFTEN 3-) WHEELER REMINISCENCES OF H. L. BIGGS PART I I-1925-1928 [In November H. L. Biggs suggested that we should devote more space to sporting motor-cycling. In spite of being convalescent after a long illness he backed his suggestion with an account of his own efforts in the early post-1918 days. Part I appeared in January and the concluding portion appears below.—Ed.] EARLY in 1925...

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

Cobb and Alvis

Sir, With reference to your article in Motor Sport. I did not say in my book that my husband and I drove in the 1930 "Double Twelve" at Brooklands. We drove an Alvis in the 1929 "Double Twelve" and John Cobb was in the team. I have written several articles on this race, and your statement that John Cobb was not in the team with us has caused some confusion and I have received two telephone calls...

Page 30 of February 1972 archive issue thumbnail Page 30, February 1972

V-E-V miscellany

A 1936 Austin 7 Ruby saloon, owned by the same lady all its life, recently went to the garage which has always serviced it for her. In mid-Wales rumour suggests that a 1922 BSA motorcycle, ridden only once and then put into a barn after frightening its first owner, got into the hands of some boys after his death and was destroyed; better news from this area is that a 1926 AJS is being restored....

Page 9 of December 1936 archive issue thumbnail Page 9, December 1936

RUMBLINGS

Forty Years On This year eighty-seven veterans started On the Brighton run and in the fifty miles only four fell by the wayside. To the general public these historic vehicles are merely a source of amusement and to certain motoring enthusiasts they are just a means of courting unusual adventure. But the majority of members of the Veteran Car Club take their cars very seriously, and now that they...

Page 30 of May 1929 archive issue thumbnail Page 30, May 1929

A NEW MOTOR OIL.,

We have received a copy of the Elto Outboard News from Messrs. Elto Motor Sales, Ltd., and have been asked to state that they will be pleased to send a copy of this paper free of charge on application to Elto Motor Sales, Ltd., 24 Harrison Street, W.C.1. Three models of Outboard Motors are being made by this firm this year, viz. :— Quad 855 c.c. Speedster 322 c.c. Lightweight 167 c.c. A Quad Elto...

Page 132 of April 2011 archive issue thumbnail Page 132, April 2011

Bill Boddy

Charge of the light brigadeIt wasn't all about Outer Circuit monsters: one endurance event proved that small cars could stay the course too Long-distance races at Brooklands were a popular feature as well-established events in the 1920s and '30s, although before the war in 1908 a 100-mile race had been a notable contest, even if it was unfortunately marred by a fatal accident. While avoiding a...

Page 16 of March 1944 archive issue thumbnail Page 16, March 1944

THE OUT

THE OUTER CIRCUIT " 200s " Rthe flag fell the following left the line : 4-litre class—H. 0. D. Segrave, K. Lee Guinness and Malcolm Campbell (Talbot-Darra,cqs) ; P. de Vizcaya and Mones Maury (Bugattis) ; Hawkes, Temple and Edwards (H)rstmans); Bedford (Hillman); Stead, Brownsort, Munday, Davis and Davy (A.C.) ; Marshall, Victor Bruce, Zborowski and Kensington-Moir (Aston-Martins) .; Hammond and...

Page 10 of October 1924 archive issue thumbnail Page 10, October 1924

A PIONEER MOTORING SPORTSMAN—continued.

speed and weight. What I mean is, that springing which has done well on an extremely light racing car, at high speeds, is very much akin to that which is suitable for a heavier car which is not called upon to do such high speeds. On Brooklands we learn the alphabet of suspension. "Small modifications in tyres, too, which we have found to be desirable for track purposes, modifications introduced...

Page 116 of June 1981 archive issue thumbnail Page 116, June 1981

V-E-V Odds and Ends

We regret to learn of the death of Mr. Denham Brown, who died last March. He worked on the racing Straker Squire now owned by Adrian Liddell and showed considerable interest in the car in recent years. The VSCC President, Tom Threlfall, has added the ex-John Rowley Edwardian Th. Schneider to his versatile stable of interesting motor cars. The AC OC is pleased that after a space of 42 years Ray...

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