Articles tagged Ferrari

Page 28 of June 1967 archive issue thumbnail Page 28, June 1967

Veteran Edwardian vintage

A section devoted to old-car matters THE V.S.C.C. SILVERSTONE MEETING (April 22nd) While the Americans were busy scratching the surface of the moon the Vintage S.C.C. was holding its opening race meeting of 1967, on a dull, cold day, which didn't daunt a very large crowd from attending. Moreover, rain held off until the racing was over and a programme of nine races and a one-hour High Speed Trial...

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In brief

Dubai’s $360m Formula 1 theme park has been put on hold for economic reasons. The project, which is currently 50 per cent complete, is now scheduled to be finished in 2010. Tyler Alexander, one of the few remaining McLaren employees who worked with Bruce McLaren, is retiring from the company after five decades. After joining the team in 1963 as a mechanic, he became one of Bruce’s right-hand men...

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The 1990 Formula One Teams:

The 1990 Formula One Teams: McLaren-Honda: The Woking-based McLaren team are preparing a new series of cars, designated MP4/6, using whatever version of the Honda V10 that the Japanese firm produce. Steve Nichol, who was "field engineer" for Ayrton Senna in 1989 has left the team and joined the Scuderia Ferrari, following in the footsteps of Alain Prost. Meanwhile Gerhard Berger has joined the...

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Ferrari Wins The Mille Miglia

At the end of April, Italy ran her famous 1,000-mile Brescia-Breseini sports and touring car race under dreadful weather conditions. There was a record field of 383 and of them all, Giannini Marzotto's Ferrari, with its V12 engine enlarged to 2,340 c.c., and a Supperleggera coupé body, gained a convincing victory at 76.57 m.p.h. Ferrari themselves had put in Ascari and Villoresi in the new 3-...

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Simon Taylor

No sooner had Michael Schumacher flashed over the Suzuka finishing line to win the Japanese Grand Prix than he'd thrust open his visor and was beating both clenched fists up and down on Ferrari's high-tech steering wheel. The euphoria as he tasted his own third world title must have been almost overwhelmed by a towering surge of relief— the same emotion that reduced him to tears at Monza after he...

Page 54 of October 1987 archive issue thumbnail Page 54, October 1987

Dream Machines

With one, you just flex the big toe of your right foot and the rev-counter needle leaps a few hundred rpm. With the other, you stab the throttle and it pulls away with the relentlessness of an electric motor, the rate at which it accelerates being the only audible key to which gear has been selected. I'm talking about the difference between two delectable Ferraris: the former, the splendid four-...

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MATTERS OF MOMENT

B.R.M. DEBUT Our Grand Prix challenger, the B.R.M., is due to make its debut on August 26th at the Daily Express/B.R.D.C. International Trophy Race at Silverstone---two cars have definitely been entered. Perhaps by the time these words appear in print one will know whether Raymond Mays, Peter Walker, Raymond Sommer or Reg. Parnell is No. 1 B.R.M. driver. These things are wrapped in the mystery of...

Page 27 of May 1998 archive issue thumbnail Page 27, May 1998

In the master's wheeltracks

By Stirling Moss The arguments about who is the greatest racing driver of all time have gone on as long as motor racing itself, and, no doubt, they always will. But the truth is that comparisons between different eras are effectively impossible – you just can’t stack up a Caracciola or a Rosemeyer against a Senna or a Schumacher. If you could take Tazio Nuvolari into a 1998 Formula One paddock he...

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1994 British Grand Prix race report - A family affair

  Damon Hill did what father Graham never achieved when he won the British Grand Prix, and he did it in style.   Phil Hill's Ferrari was just ahead. A little further in front of the American was team-mate Wolfgang von Trips' similar car. In his mirrors, Graham Hill could feel Jack Brabham hovering like a Nemesis. His own brakes were fading. Did he try to pass Hill before Copse, or dare he risk...

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The 1,000 Kilometre Race at Nurburgring

Adenau, May 27th. This year the A.D.A.C. had their 1,000 kilometre race inscribed in the list of events counting for the Manufacturers' Championship and as a result the greatest collection of sports cars and sports-car drivers ever seen on the Nurburgring were gathered together. With entries from all the leading factories it was a true championship event, the only doubtful point being the...

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