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Women competitors start from Great West Road in RAC rally. 76 of 318 entrants in Featured Motorsport from TopFoto Print

Women competitors start from Great West Road in RAC rally. 76 of 318 entrants in

Women competitors start from Great West Road in RAC rally.
76 of 318 entrants in the Royal Automobile Club rally started from the Ace of Spades garage on the Great West Road.
The finishing point of the rally is Torquay. All cars have to cover about 1000 miles at a fixed average speed of 24 miles an hour of arriving at Torquay on Thursday. There are eight other starting places besides London.
Photo shows, Miss E M Dobson filming her sister Miss M J Dobson who is fixing of the RAC flag to their MG.
They are watched by another woman competitor, Miss J Hughes.
24 March 1936

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Veteran record breaker to repeat his triumph. Mr S F Edge. One of the greatest Featured Motorsport from TopFoto Print

Veteran record breaker to repeat his triumph. Mr S F Edge. One of the greatest

Veteran record breaker to repeat his triumph.
Mrs F Edge.
One of the greatest triumph won on the famous Brooklands motor track will be recalled when the new concrete road course there is opened on Tuesday.
30 years ago Mrs F Edge, pioneer of the motor industry and of motor racing in this country, set up 24 hours record, covering 1, 581 miles at an average speed of more than 65 miles an hour.
On Tuesday Mr Edge drive over the new course in a car similar to that with which he established that record, at a time when the car was still regarded with official suspicion and not very long after the days when cars trundle through the streets behind a man with a red flag.
Capable of 80 mph.
Mr Edge, now 69, but looking 10 years younger, talk to those early days today.
The car with which he set is 24 hours record, he said, was a 60 horse power model with six 5 inch cylinders, and was capable of doing 80 miles an hour a very remarkable speed then. Speaking of his famous drive, Mr Edge said he had to change tyres 24 times during the 24 hours.
The bumping on the track was terrible he said. The track program into holes and it was impossible to dodge them

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The Extraordinary Weybridge Track to be opened for Motor Ascots on 17 June 1907 Featured Motorsport from TopFoto Print

The Extraordinary Weybridge Track to be opened for Motor Ascots on 17 June 1907

The Extraordinary Weybridge Track to be opened for Motor Ascots on 17 June 1907 Bird's-eye view sketched on the spot by Melton Prior The first motor track in the kingdom has been constructed by the Brooklands Automobile Racing Club near Weybridge. It is an extraordinary piece of engineering and the slopes of the curves have been so cleverly calculated that an unsteered car travelling at ninety miles an hour would run on the top of the slope with perfect safety : the analogy is that of a pea revolving in a bowl Each lap of the course measures 3? miles
"Where motors fly like peas in a bowl : the Wonderful sloping sides of the Motor Track at Weybridge"
Total cost (nearly): ?100, 000
Concrete track and bridges: 35, 000 cubic yards
Length road track: 3 miles
Earthwork shifted (including roads)
Width of track: 90 feet
Two bridges over River Wey: ?10, 000

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