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Cyril Posthumus

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Cyril Posthumus (28 August 1918 – 9 October 1992) was a British writer on the history of motor cars.[1]

Career

Posthumus was Associate Editor of Autosport from 1950 and Motoring News from 1957, whence he served as Editor until 1959, and again from 1961. From 1963 he was Features Editor on The Motor until 1966. After two years with Motor Racing he remained a freelance for the rest of his career, whilst also editing the Brooklands Society Gazette.

Works

His works include:

  • The British Competition Car
  • Land Speed Record: A Complete History of the Record-Breaking Cars from 39 to 600+ m.p.h.
  • Sir Henry Segrave, a biography of the British racing car driver. Publ. 1961 BT Batsford Lts, London
  • The 1926–1927 1½ Litre Delage, on the car made by the French firm Delage
  • Vintage Cars, concerning cars made in the 1920s.
  • numerous articles in Road & Track, Car and Driver, etc.

References


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