Monthly Archives: July 2011

Joe Bulter Donates His Porsche 944 to Autism Society of Newfoundland and Labrador

Joe Butler, chief executive of Butler Enterprises and Director of Metal World, is donating his immaculately restored 1986 Porsche 944 to the Autism Society of Newfoundland and Labrador as part of the charity’s second annual Targa Newfoundland fund raising drive.  … Continue reading

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The Triumph TR Cars – The Triumph TR3B

The Triumph TR3B was a further variant of the Triumph TR3.  When the Triumph TR4 was introduced in 1961 most of the Triumph dealers loved it.  However, some of the US dealers liked the TR3A’s lower price and more traditional … Continue reading

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Guy Moll: One of Enzo Ferrari’s Greatest Drivers

I recently read a book on Enzo Ferrari by Gino Rancati entitled “Ferrari A Memory”.  In that book he often presents Ferrari’s opinions on topics related to racing.  I was curious about Ferrari’s opinions on the various drivers that he … Continue reading

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Talbot-Lago cars in the Late 1930s & the Lime Rock Historic Festival

Yesterday I got a couple of emails that reminded me of a Talbot-Lago car that I saw last year at the Lime Rock Historic Festival.  Bob Melhado, who will be Chief Steward at the Lime Rock Historic Festival for the 23rd … Continue reading

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Mass Challenge Rally General Instructions and Entry Form

The General Instructions for the Mass Challenge Rally can be viewed by clicking on the following file: Mass Challenge General Instructions – 5 This rally will be a lightly trapped course rally that will be held on Saturday July 30, … Continue reading

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The 2011 New England Forest Rally Results

The 2011 New England Forest Rally (NEFR) was held this past weekend in the Sunday River ski area of Maine.   This was the final 2011 Rally America stage rally for the 2011 Rally America Championship.  The rally was won by … Continue reading

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The Triumph TR Cars -The Triumph TR3A

In the summer of 1957, Triumph began to build a modified version of the Triumph TR3.  This modified TR3 became known as the TR3A, however it was never officially known as the TR3A.  As far as Standard-Triumph was concerned, it … Continue reading

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