June 2018 Issue

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In the June 2018 issue of The Automobile

The Bullnosed 14/28 Super Sports was the first in a long line of sporting MG models. In Initial impact, Simon Charlesworth tells the story of a rare survivor of this important Vintage tourer

For this month’s Auto-biography, Matthew Bell meets graphic designer, historic racer and lover of Americana Julian Balme to discuss his life behind the wheel

The first saloon to use the legendary XK engine, Jaguar’s Mk VII was a 100mph luxury car just as happy winning touring car races as cruising the home counties. Martin Buckley reveals all in Executive express

Sacré bleu! Renault has been inextricably linked to motor sports for about 120 years, from long-distance racing at the dawn of the 20th century to Le Mans and Formula One. Back in the 1920s and ’30s, the world was obsessed with speed records. So was Renault, as Igor Stuifzand explains

In Flower power, Giles Chapman remembers the enterprising brothers Neville and Raymond Flower, who gifted the Frisky microcar to the world and came very close to putting Egypt on wheels

Simon Moore and Alessandro Silva investigate the first major race in Rome, the scene of the maiden victory for a Bugatti Type 35. Read more in Premio Reale

Michael Ware visits a 1937 Citroën Traction Avant in this month’s Back on the Road 


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