Author: Edited by Malcolm Jeal
Publisher: Society of Automotive Historians in Britain
"Aspects of Motoring History" is an annual publication by the SAHB. As its name suggests, it comprises a selection of articles written by members on a variety of aspects of motoring history which do not in themselves merit a book but are worthy of recording and of interest to motoring historians everywhere. Issue 9, edited by Malcolm Jeal, features:
- The saga of the CEMSA Caproni by Malcolm Jeal
- A slight diversion’ cartoons from "Punch"
- The England family’s forty years of motoring by Bruce Dowell & Malcolm Jeal
- Flat out – colour section of illustrations from "Flat out" by George Eyston. Artwork by Brian de Grineau
- The adventurous life of Sir Alfred ‘Toby’ Rawlinson by John Dyson
- A graphic example – through-the-axle front springs by Mike Harvey
- Aids to research: motor show materials by Michael Worthington-Williams
- Travelling back down the decades by Peter Card
- Looking backwards and forwards – the programme of the 1914 French G.P.
In addition there is Malcolm's thought-provoking foreword