Articles tagged Caterham Cars

Page 14 of July 2011 archive issue thumbnail Page 14, July 2011

The Motor Sport Month - Formula 1 News

Todt defends engine choiceJean Todt is standing by the controversial 2013 F1 turbo rules, despite opposition from Bernie Ecclestone and most of the teams. Ecclestone has said that the new four-cylinder engines won't sound impressive enough, while the teams are concerned about a cost escalation, and in Ferrari's case claim that the engine does not project the right image for F1. Todt has stressed...

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Road Cars

You must always be careful what you wish for, but right now it seems that the takeover of Caterham Cars by Team Lotus Enterprises is good news all round. It’s good for Tony Fernandes who has always wanted a foot in the road car camp because it broadens his sphere of operation, but it also might be a handy brand to have at his disposal if the law courts tell him he’s no longer allowed to use the...

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In brief

* Tim Stock, the former Chief Executive of the BRSCC and a club racer of note in the 1970s, died at his home in Spain at the age of 65. Stock was also a director of Castle Combe Circuit Ltd. Also Grant Stewart, who preceded Stock at the helm of the British Racing and Sports Car Club, has died suddenly aged 43. * Graham Nearn, the founder of Caterham Cars, has died at the age of 76. Nearn was...

Page 33 of August 1974 archive issue thumbnail Page 33, August 1974

Around and about

Opel Commodore GS/E for Britain C.R.'s regret that the Opel Commodore 2.8 GS/E is not imported into Great Britain (Road Impressions of the Opel Commodore 2.8 GS and Granada Ghia on page 844 of this issue) is fortunately short-lived. The model is to be marketed in the UK in the autumn. Tony Fall and Peter Hanson turned out on the Avon Motor Tour of Britain with a brace of right-hand-drive versions...


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