August 2015 Issue

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In the August 2015 issue of The Automobile

Chalk and cheese? The Austin A90 Atlantic and Austin-Healey 100/4 shared mechanical components, see but do the similarities end there? Scott Barrett compares and contrasts these thoroughly British sporting cars in his article “Chalk and cheese?”

austin healey

Auto-biography: Matthew Bell meets the documentary filmmaker and amateur racer, Ludovic Lindsay, who inherited his love of  exotic cars from his swashbuckling father, the Hon Patrick Lindsay.

Ludovic Lindsay

Douglas Blain drives a Rolls-Royce 20/25 shooting brake once owned by Herman Andreae, his late grandfather-in-law

Rolls-Royce 20-25 shooting brake

This year’s Goodwood hill climb was, as ever, a visual (and aural) treat. Stefan Marjoram was at the Festival of Speed with his camera and sketchbook to record some of the weekend’s highlights.


Röhr: ‘the world’s safest automobile’ – Werner Schollenberger presents the first English-language account of this short-lived German manufacturer and its advanced but ultimately unsuccessful cars.


Paul d’Orléans, himself a judge in the event’s motorcycle class, reports from the Concorsi di Villa d’Este 2015 in “‘Eleganza’ with a German Accent”.


In Back on the Road, Michael Ware describes the restoration of a 1908 Straker-Squire that competed at Brooklands before the First World War.


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