Monthly Archives: November 2018

I Add A Brantz Laser 3 Rally Computer To My Navigation Toolbox

Recently I added another rally computer, the Brantz Laser 3, to my toolbox of navigation equipment.  This rally computer has been around for a long time.  The first time that I used this rally computer was in the early 2000s … Continue reading

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More On Triumph Le Mans Cars and The Conrero

In a recent post I discussed the Conrero which had been built for Triumph at Le Mans but due to financial issues Triumph dropped the Conrero car and used a TRS body which I mentioned in my post but did … Continue reading

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Vaudreuil GT – A “Lost” Canadian Car

A couple of days ago I got a request from a reader of this website from the British Automobile Touring Association of Nova Scotia (BATANS) to take a look through the 1961 and 1962 issues of Canada Track & Traffic … Continue reading

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One Canadian Question Is Answered

My question about the G.S.M. Delta advertisement in Canada Track & Traffic has been answered.  Thanks to Fred Gallagher, David Scothorn, Gary Hamilton, and Darryl Hurter for providing information about this car.  I continue to be impressed by how much … Continue reading

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Two Canadian Questions With Answers Sought

In the last day or two I have been looking through some 1961 and 1962 issues of Canada Track & Traffic searching for a particular advertisement.  I  am still searching for that advertisement, but I did come across two advertisements … Continue reading

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I Must Be Getting Old – I Bought A Cadillac!!

The next thing you know I’ll be playing bingo in the church basement!  I must be getting old – I just bought a Cadillac!  But in my own defense it was a Cadillac XLR, so don’t be too critical of … Continue reading

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“Driven”: Rosemary Smith, Rally Driver

I frequently buy books about car rallying and recently I added “Driven” to my half vast library of rally books.  Driven is an autobiography (this word seems appropriate in this case) about Rosemary Smith.  Smith was a top international rally … Continue reading

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Entry List For The 2019 Rallye Monte Carlo Historique

This week the Automobile Club of Monaco released the full list of accepted entries into the 2019 Rallye Monte Carlo Historique.  It was nice to see that our entry was on the list.  I will be navigating for Dan Allven … Continue reading

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Returning To Rallye Monte Carlo Historique

I found out today that our entry has been accepted into the 2019 Rallye Monte Carlo Historique.  I will be navigating for Dan Allven who lives in Monaco.  I am pleased to be able to take part once again in … Continue reading

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Getting Ready For The Rallye Monte Carlo Historique

Recently I have been doing some very early preparatory work for the 2019 Rallye Monte Carlo Historique.  This rally will be held from January 30 to February 9, 2019.  The rally will start in several cities in Europe and congregate … Continue reading

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