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Background imageAutocar Collection: Autocar Poster -- Targa Florio race, Sicily

Autocar Poster -- Targa Florio race, Sicily
Autocar Poster -- Italian champion Felice Nazzaro driving the Fiat car in which he won the Targa Florio race in Sicily. His average speed for the race was around 33 mph on gruelling mountain roads

Background imageAutocar Collection: Autocar Poster -- Circuit des Ardennes race

Autocar Poster -- Circuit des Ardennes race
Autocar Poster -- British driver Charles Jarrott winning the Circuit des Ardennes race in the famous 70 Panhard. His average speed during the race was 54 mph. Date: 1903

Background imageAutocar Collection: Autocar Poster -- French Grand Prix

Autocar Poster -- French Grand Prix
Autocar Poster -- French driver Boillot in a blue Peugeot, chasing the American Bruce Brown in a red Fiat, in the French Grand Prix

Background imageAutocar Collection: Autocar Poster -- Voiturette race at Boulogne, France

Autocar Poster -- Voiturette race at Boulogne, France
Autocar Poster -- Bablot driving a 3-litre Delage No.10 (left), chasing Boillots Peugeot, in the Voiturette race (for lightweight cars) at Boulogne, France. Date: 1911

Background imageAutocar Collection: Autocar Poster -- race on new Brooklands track, Surrey

Autocar Poster -- race on new Brooklands track, Surrey
Autocar Poster --s F Edge driving a Napier car on the new Brooklands racing track in Surrey. He maintained a speed of 60 mph for 24 hours, setting a new record. Date: 1907

Background imageAutocar Collection: Autocar Poster -- Paris-Amsterdam race

Autocar Poster -- Paris-Amsterdam race
Autocar Poster -- Charrons white Panhard fitted with wheel steering (instead of a tiller) for the first time in racing history, for the Paris-Amsterdam race. Date: 1898

Background imageAutocar Collection: Autocar Poster -- Gordon Bennett race

Autocar Poster -- Gordon Bennett race
Autocar Poster -- Thery driving a Richard-Brasier car to win the Gordon Bennett race for France. Seen here after overtaking a Wolseley Beetle driven by Cs Rolls for the British team. Date: 1905

Background imageAutocar Collection: Auster J-5B Autocar G-AJYK

Auster J-5B Autocar G-AJYK (msn 2908) at Coventry. Date: circa 1960

Background imageAutocar Collection: Auster J-5V Autocar G-APUW

Auster J-5V Autocar G-APUW
The sole Auster J-5V Autocar G-APUW (msn 3273) Date: 1960s

Background imageAutocar Collection: Auster J-5G Cirrus Autocar - G-ARUT

Auster J-5G Cirrus Autocar - G-ARUT
Auster J-5G Cirrus Autocar G-ARUT (msn 2974), written off in a forced landing at Barnet Hertfordshire on 13 August 1965. Date: circa 1964

Background imageAutocar Collection: Auster J-5G Cirrus Autocar - G-ARUG

Auster J-5G Cirrus Autocar - G-ARUG
Auster J-5G Cirrus Autocar G-ARUG (msn 3272) at Portsmouth Airport. Date: 1963

Background imageAutocar Collection: Autocar Poster -- first French Grand Prix

Autocar Poster -- first French Grand Prix
Autocar Poster -- Szisz in his red Renault, in which he won the first French Grand Prix. His average speed for the race was 63 mph. The circuit used was near Le Mans. Date: 1906

Background imageAutocar Collection: People in a charabanc at the seaside

People in a charabanc at the seaside -- the vehicle has been hired from Autocar Services Limited, Opera House Buildings, Tunbridge Wells, Kent. Date: circa 1922

Background imageAutocar Collection: Autocar Poster -- speed record on Saltburn Sands

Autocar Poster -- speed record on Saltburn Sands
Autocar Poster -- Sir Algernon Guinness setting a new speed record of 120 mph on Saltburn Sands in a 200 hp Darracq car. Date: 1908

Background imageAutocar Collection: Autocar Poster -- Paris-Berlin race

Autocar Poster -- Paris-Berlin race
Autocar Poster -- scene from the Paris-Berlin race, featuring a Mors No.4 car driven by Fournier, beating a Panhard car. Its average speed during the race was around 44 mph. Date: 1901

Background imageAutocar Collection: Autocar Poster -- Jenatzy beating speed record

Autocar Poster -- Jenatzy beating speed record
Autocar poster -- Camille Jenatzys Jamais Contente beating the World Speed Record near Acheres in France, averaging just over 65 mph. Date: 1899


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