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Thursday 24th April 2014



Simon’s snapshots #2

A series in which Motor Sport’s features editor raids the loft

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Long Beach’s best race

Gordon Kirby recalls the 1998 Grand Prix of Long Beach and an emphatic comeback victory from Alex Zanardi

McQueen vs Newman

Andrew Frankel compares the two most successful Hollywood stars to get behind the wheel of a race car

Goodwood gearing up for Members’ Meeting

Rob Widdows previews the 72nd Goodwood Members’ Meeting, featuring more modern machinery than the circuit’s usual events

Williams-Martini deal confirmed

Simon Arron’s take on the Williams-Martini partnership, plus a gallery of Martini Racing’s history:

Garage 34 at Indianapolis

Paul Fearnley thinks the mooted Garage 56-style experimental entry at Indianapolis is urgently needed

The Villeneuves at Trois-Rivières

With Jacques Villeneuve racing Rallycross at Trois-Rivières this year, Mark Hughes looks back on the family’s achievements there

American greats: Milton, Murphy and Lockhart

Gordon Kirby looks back to the 1920s and three of America’s greatest ever racers

Turbo veterans give their take on 2014

Rob Widdows speaks to Jackie Oliver, Patrick Head and Martin Brundle about what might lie in store this season

The aesthetics of the Formula 1 nose

Paul Fearnley on F1′s new noses and the previous debates over front-end aesthetics

Mini’s Monte Carlo anniversary

Paul Fearnley looks back on Mini’s first Monte Carlo Rally win in 1964

Timmy Mayer: McLaren’s lost talent

Paul Fearnley looks back at Timmy Mayer, brother of Teddy and one of the lost talents of the 1960s

Nuvolari: the man who knew no fear

From the archive: a retrospective on Tazio Nuvolari, arguably one of the all-time great racing drivers

Last, to first, to banned

Gordon Kirby looks back at All American Racers’ unique BLAT Eagle Indycar and Mike Mosley’s win at Milwaukee

Get Norman Dewis a knighthood

Andrew Frankel on why Jaguar test driver and disc brake developer Norman Dewis deserves to be recognised for his achievements

Roebuck’s legends: Brian Redman

Roebuck from the archives: Nigel on the career of straightforward sports car ace Brian Redman

Sporting dominance

Paul Fearnley discusses motor sport’s most dominant drivers and where they sit amongst the sporting world’s greats

Don’t mess with Parnelli Jones

Gordon Kirby on the career of 1963 Indy 500 winner Parnelli Jones

Roebuck’s legends: Phil Hill on Ferrari

Roebuck from the archives: Phil Hill describes what it was like to be part of Ferrari in the ’50s and ’60s.

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