Johnny Herbert claims the British GP — his first F1 win — on July 9 after Damon Hill had taken out earlier leader Michael Schumacher during a bungled overtaking move.
Nelson Piquet scores what was Brabham’s last F1 win in the French GP at Paul Ricard from fifth on the grid. Keke Rosberg is second, followed by Alain Prost.
Ferrari’s Niki Lauda leads from start to finish at Paul Ricard on July 6 to win the French GP from James Hunt. McLaren’s Jochen Mass drives a fine race to third.
Stirling Moss wins the British GP at Aintree for Mercedes-Benz but insists that team-mate Juan Manuel Fangio wears the winner’s wreath, claiming that the Argentinian could have passed had he chosen to.
The first race reporting job for a young Watkins came at Monza in April 1990, the second round of that year's World Sports-Prototype Championship. It also marked the race debut…
Bentley studies race options
Bentley has stepped up its drive to return to motor sport with the recruitment of Le Mans 24 Hours-winning designer Graham Humphrys. The designer of the 1999-winning BMW V12 LMR…
Good sport at Castle Combe
The Bristol M.C. & L.C.C. opened its 1953 season at the splendid Castle Combe circuit on Easter Saturday, when an excellent entry of 89 sports and Formula Ill cars was received. The…