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Vivien Birch, an assistant librarian nourished by fruit, honey, oxtail soup and the desire to earn money for charity, walked the 54 miles from Brighton, Sussex, to London's Brentford in 17 hours 20 minutes, breaking...
August 14, 1961 | William Barry Furlong
Waved off the course a month ago, U.S. amateur drivers regain the right to run against the pros
July 10, 1961 | Kenneth Rudeen
So say the international arbiters of sports car racing to gifted U.S. amateurs who, denied all but a small taste of open competition heretofore, are now deprived of that
July 04, 1960 | Alfred Wright
America's once-famous auto race produced some fast driving—and hot arguments
April 13, 1959
'A car is a living thing'