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Page 25 of August 1976 archive issue thumbnail Page 25, August 1976

1976 British Grand Prix - Well up to standard

  If there is one thing that you must admire the British for, it is their consistency. Once they get hold of a good idea they do not let go of it easily, though some people think they tend to flog a good idea to death. Chaos would reign at the 1976 British Grand Prix following a first lap crash that took out several big name drivers including home favourite, James Hunt. Photo: Motorsport Images...

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Book Reviews

"Why Finish Last?", by Andrew Cowen. 129 pp. 8 in. x 5 in (Queen Anne Press Ltd., 49, Poland Street, London, W.1. 21s.) Nick Britten got his account of preparing for and driving in the London-Sydney Marathon off to a quick start. But since publication of his book another has come off the presses—and one which commands attention, because it is by the winner of the event, not a competitor who...

Page 36 of December 1973 archive issue thumbnail Page 36, December 1973

Book for Christmas

"The Complete Encyclopaedia of Motorcars." Edited by G. N. Georgano. 751 pp. 10.5 in. x 8510. (Ebury Press Ltd., Chestergate House, Vauxhall Bridge Road, London, SW 1 V 1 H F. £9.50.) When the first edition of Nick Georgano's all-embracing Encyclopaedia was published, Motor Sport described it as a stupendous and complete book. Little did we realise that this publication Rainbird prepared for...

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Berridge takes Brands win for Grand Prix double

Williams FW08 racer Bob Berridge scored his second successive victory in the Motor Sport-supported FIA Thoroughbred Grand Prix Championship as the series came to the Brands Hatch Grand Prix circuit for round four on June 6. In front of the BBC's Top Gear cameras: the record field of 25 Grand Prix cars from the 1970-84 era put on a tremendous performance, with Berridge forcing his ex-Keke Rosberg...

Page 66 of July 1977 archive issue thumbnail Page 66, July 1977

Road Test and Owner's Impressions

The Alfa Romeo 2000 Spider Veloce A classic sports car of the past, available in the present. Those who prefer the claustrophobic glasshouses of saloon cars will possibly dismiss my love for open-air motoring as masochistic eccentricity. Yet last year's long, hot summer probably encouraged many other converts to the cooling, invigorating benefits of wind-in-the-hair fresh air, a sensation which...

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The Yellow Rose

30 years on Trevor Taylor reflects contentedly on his life in Jim Clark's shadow "Even on the road, I don't drive quickly, me. I live in Yorkshire and used to pop down to Ledbury to see John Thornburn. John could do it in an hour and half; I did it in two and a half hours. I'd get up early in the morning to miss the traffic and the maximum I do is 60, 65mph. I don't know why! But I used to be a...

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Never say never....

The United States Grand Prix is no more. It’s off the Formula 1 calendar for 2008 and a return looks dubious – unless Las Vegas steps up to the plate By David Phillips Did Lewis Hamilton win the final US Grand Prix? Never say never, but it is hard to imagine another taking place unless a sea change occurs in the financial structure of staging Formula 1 races as well as America’s attitudes towards...

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The Brands Hatch Six Hour Race

Victory for Lancia on a sad occasion  The second round of the World Championship for Makes run at Brands Hatch on March 16th may not have been the most exciting long distance race ever, but at least it provided an unexpected result. Lancia Beta Montecarlo Turbos finished first, second and fourth, the first time a Group 5 car from the under 2-litre division has over won a World Championship...

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No special FX

The worst car I ever drove In the days before Patrick Head, Frank Williams ran a very different team from the standard - Setter we know now, as Henri Pescarolo found out to his cost in 1972. Adam Cooper reports This year Henri Pescarolo did not take part in the Le Mans 24 Hours for the first time since 1969, when injuries sustained in a testing crash kept him away. Instead the bearded Frenchman...

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Sleep of faith

Porsche's 917 is one of the greatest cars ever. But that's no reason, says Gary Watkins, to build a new one and race it at Le Mans a decade after the original had been pensioned off Imagine coming up with the bright idea of building a replica of Mazda's 1991 Le Mans winner for the 24 Hours — this year. Could you imagine the reaction if you rang Japan asking for the original chassis drawings and a...

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