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Posted 22 September - The 'Sports Car Race over cc ' was broken into 2 classes - to cc, with numbers 51 to Over cc cars carried 61 to This coming from the programme too. My programme has Colin scratched out and if I'm reading the handwriting correct, 'H Henry Taylor' to replace him.
Could this be what you seek? Numbering for the over cc sports car race started at Posted 23 September - Thanks for checking guys! We've been trying to identify whom this is and it was suggested as being from the over cc class in the Daily Express Trophy, but that must be a red herring:.
But it also says the chassis was BHL5. This muddies the waters as after Austen Nurse wrote his Bristol-powered car off in the Silverstone accident the BHL5 chassis number was apparently also used for the first Jaguar-powered Lister. Some years later it vanished in Italy when its Italian owner was murdered. The story is in the latest edition of Doug Nye's Powered by Jaguar.
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However, according to Daily Mirror history during the circulation of the free weekly magazine, this was printed for only nine months. In , IPC was taken over by Reed which it part owned in a reverse takeover and the new company was named Reed International. Mirror Group Newspapers was subsequently sold to Robert Maxwell on 12th July , who was proprietor of the Daily Mirror until his death in November The Daily Mirror began to regularly print colour photographs on 2nd June It moved to full colour production on 2nd April , as the newspaper was redesigned with a new look, introducing new headline and copy fonts.
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Subsequently in September , Mirror Group Newspapers was taken over by Trinity the regional newspaper publisher to form Trinity Mirror. On 11th October , the Daily Mirror launched 'Look' magazine. This was the second time a colour insert had accompanied the newspaper and the first time a magazine was issued alongside the Saturday edition. It included television listings, reviews and celebrity interviews, in addition to features on fashion, shopping and cooking.
On Tuesday 2 November , another insert was launched. On 10th February , 'M' was moved to the Saturday edition of the paper, therefore accompanying 'Look' and providing readers with two magazines for the weekend. The final editions of the 'Look' and 'M' magazines were printed on 9th August , in the year of the paper's one hundredth anniversary.
They were replaced by the 'We Love Telly' magazine one week later, which contained television listings, reviews, interviews and a puzzle page. There are several regular supplements that currently accompany the Daily Mirror.
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