Your excellent article in the July issue regarding ‘Honda’ racing engines prompted me to search out this snap taken during the first practice session for the 1967 British GP at Brands Hatch. John Surtees was not a happy man that day as can be seen despite his helmet and face mask, the engineer standing behind him, Mr Nakamura, was rushing around and was very agitated indeed. Those days have long passed when enthusiasts were able to get this close to the action, but I have to admit that it was near chaos in the paddock that day due to the vast number being admitted and it was clear that the teams would soon terminate this privilege.
l'AC;E" Varsities at Syston Park, The 232 De-Ram Shock Absorber, The 235 Rumblings 237 Triumph Vit6;stt Six, The 241 An Unique Souvcnir 243 Letters from Readers 245 A Blown 30-98…
E-type power drives Lloyd to victory on Manx Classic
Isle of Man-based Jaguar collector Allen Lloyd won two of the four legs of the Manx Motor Racing Club's ninth Manx Classic motorsport event last month, with record-breaking performances in…
News in brief, July 2005
Roger Nathan drove a racing car for the first time since 1989 when he tested the Brabham BT8 of Brendan Roberts at Silverstone recently. Nathan raced a BT8 in 1964…