Classic and Competition Car

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Classic and Competition Car 89 February 2018
Classic and Competition Car 89 February 2018

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In this issue, we have a report on two New Years day meetings in the UK. First, we visit Vintage Stony, where the town of Stony Stratford, near Milton Keynes, where the town centre is taken over by Vintage and Classic cars and motorcycles. There are quite a few American classic cars on the streets, including Cadillac, Ford, Dodge and Plymouth. An unusual Auto Union 1000S racing saloon and a Volkswagen Notchback added a little German flair to the event. In the vintage cars, there are a couple of rare vintage BSA Cars, including a three-wheeler and a normal four-wheeled variety, plus a pair of really old vehicles from Oldsmobile and a rare French Gladiator. Then we go to Much Marcle in Herefordshire, where vintage cars are gathered at the Royal Oak pub. Here there were Wolseley, Austin, Rolls Royce, Standard and Morgan all flying the flag for Britain, with Bugatti adding some European flair.

We have a comprehensive report on all aspects of the Autosport International show from the NEC. These include the Racing Car show and the Performance Car show, plus the return of Billy Monger to action in the Live Arena action show behind the wheel of a Jaguar.

For the Rally fan, we have a report from the Carpet Bagger road rally and the Historic Rally Car Register (HRCR) Open day at the British Motor Museum, where there was a special tribute to the MG Metro 6R4 Group B Rally car with the help of 6R4 Net.

We have a report of the 750 Motor Club finals race of 2017 at Donington Park, and Round 3 of the Tasman Cup Revival series from New Zealand.

We have our second photo tribute to some of the motor racings 2017 Champions.

Plus our usual News and other features.