Articles tagged Joe Ward

Page 13, July 1997

Barrie 'Whizzo' Williams

With over 700 races and 250 rallies behind him, Williams continues to entertain on and off track No British race report is complete without a shot of a car ludicrously crossed up with Barrie Williams beaming through the window. Ruddyfaced, always chuckling, he seems to be everywhere at once in this, his 40th competition year. After leaving Hereford Cathedral School, he began rushing up Prescott...

Page 115, September 2010

Cholmondeley gets serious

A display of rare racers from Tom Wheatcroft’s estate added quality and depth to the Pageant of Power line-up For its third edition, the Cholmondeley Pageant of Power stepped up a gear as the appearance of some significant and rare racing cars gave the event genuine sporting significance. The presence of a dozen of Tom Wheatcroft’s favourite cars in a special tribute really added quality and...

Page 14, July 2005

Event of the month -- Grand Prix Historique de Pau

American Duncan Dayton cleaned up at Pau with three wins in a meeting chock full of action and accidents. Report by Paul Lawrence -- photography by Jim Houlgraye Duncan Dayton was the undisputed king of Pau 2005. The American plundered three of the major races in his brace of Brabhams as the famous city circuit hosted a fabulous weekend of historic racing. With the snow-capped peaks of the...

Page 14, September 1997

GT40 VS TVR at Spa

Belgian sportswear veteran Jean 'Burleys' Blaton heads the 90-car entry for Motor Classic's Six Hours of Spa on September 6/7 in his Ford GT40, but Britons Joe Ward and Chris Conoley are out to win the battle of the Ardennes for the third successive year in the former's similarly-powered TVR Griffith. Twice Le Mans 24 Hours winner Gerard Larrousse drives another TVR, but the speed and consistency...

Page 22, April 1997

1997 The essential guide to the season

A superb historic season is in prospect and we'll be following it every step of the way. here, Marcus Pye selects the best events of 1997. miss them at your peril This is an exceptional year for historic motor sport. From humble domestic gatherings to Goodwood's magnificent international Festival of Speed, there's something for historic car owners to compete in and enthusiasts to enjoy virtually...

Page 91, January 2006

Barbot wired in Lola T70

World Sportscar Masters Lola T70s emerged victorious in 11 out of 12 World Sportscar Masters races in 2005. Only when Paul Knapfield campaigned his Ferrari 512BB at the Nürburgring was the Huntingdon marque denied the top step of the podium. Out of those 11 wins, Carlos Barbot claimed five of them. The Portuguese continued his dominance at Pau with a double win and backed that up at Dijon before...

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