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10 May 1903 – 10 August was an early motor racing star. She was born in Toronto, Ontario and came to England in her twenties, where she married aviator Henry Petre in

Simplex Zip:  George Robertson (Who won the Vanderbilt Cup Race with it), show what the shortened-chassis sprint racer looked like. It was a bare bones racing car meant for short sprints and match races. The photo has been dated in the past as 1910 and the car is reputed to have used Simplex’s new 90 hp engine, with the bore and valves larger than the standard 50 hp. - See more at: http://theoldmotor.com/?p=4129#sthash.z0SYRtuz.dpuf

Simplex Zip: George Robertson (Who won the Vanderbilt Cup Race with it), show what the shortened-chassis sprint racer looked like. It was a bare bones racing car meant for short sprints and match races. The photo has been dated in the past as 1910 and the car is reputed to have used Simplex’s new 90 hp engine, with the bore and valves larger than the standard 50 hp. - See more at: http://theoldmotor.com/?p=4129#sthash.z0SYRtuz.dpuf

Renault Antique Racing Auto Car 1915 Vintage 8x10 Reprint Of Old Photo

Renault Antique Racing Auto Car 1915 Vintage 8x10 Reprint Of Old Photo

Jappic at Brooklands - 1925

Archive photographs of vintage cars racing, trialling and rallying, drivers and locations.

mr030 MOTOR RACING 1920s Sunbeam Tiger Campbell Brooklands motorsport ...

mr030 MOTOR RACING 1920s Sunbeam Tiger Campbell Brooklands motorsport ...

Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt’s 250 Horse Power Auto, c. 1906

Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt’s 250 Horse Power Auto, c. 1906

Race driver Paul Sartori in Alfred Gwynne Vanderbilt’s 250 horse power auto, built for the Vanderbilt Cup Races held on Long Island from 1904 to

Although Prince Henry (Prinz Heinrch in German) of Prussia was a naval officer, everyone knew his real passion in life was speed. So in 1910, to encourage development of faster, better automobiles, he put up the prize money for a 1250-mile race across northern Germany for four-seat touring cars.    A Benz won the Prince’s challenge and to commemorate the victory, 10 special editions known as the Prinz Heinrich Benz were built.    #mercedes #benz #instacar #racing #motorsport

Although Prince Henry (Prinz Heinrch in German) of Prussia was a naval officer, everyone knew his real passion in life was speed. So in 1910, to encourage development of faster, better automobiles, he put up the prize money for a 1250-mile race across northern Germany for four-seat touring cars. A Benz won the Prince’s challenge and to commemorate the victory, 10 special editions known as the Prinz Heinrich Benz were built. #mercedes #benz #instacar #racing #motorsport

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