Articles tagged Hamilton

Page 58 of April 1978 archive issue thumbnail Page 58, April 1978

The racing cars of Ron Horton

Described to the Editor in a recent interview Those who are inspired by pre-war MG performances will certainly not have forgotten R. T. Horton, who achieved many notable successes with cars of that make, particularly round the outer-circuit at Brooklands in his off-set single-seater C-type Midget and similarly-bodied K3 Magnette. Ron Horton's motor-racing victories were all the more creditable...

Page 5 of March 2001 archive issue thumbnail Page 5, March 2001

Moss races Jag legend

Fifty years after first compelling at Le Mans, Sir Stirling Moss will take the wheel of a Jaguar at the legendary French circuit. Sir Stirling will be one of an invited group of drivers taking part in a unique race staged to celebrate the heritage of the most famous race in the world. Moss will drive the Jaguar C-type which won the 1953 Le Mans 24 Hours in the hands of Duncan Hamilton and Tony...

Page 17 of August 2008 archive issue thumbnail Page 17, August 2008

Nigel Roebuck

Reflections – Mosley wins, but F1 could be the loser – Brundle’s assessment of the season so far – Kubica sparks memories of old-style Monaco The effects of ‘Whippergate’ smoulder on, and threaten at any moment to erupt into forest fire. Over the Montréal weekend there were serious concerns about the state of the track, which in several places broke up alarmingly during qualifying, but not too...

Page 32 of December 1976 archive issue thumbnail Page 32, December 1976

An Alfa Romeo story

A reader in Australia, Mr. Earl Davey-Milne, wrote to us recently to say that he was in the process of rebuilding the 2.3-litre Monza Alfa Romeo he has owned since 1953. He admits that it has got into "a bit of a state" due to its remarkable reliability, for it just went from one race to another without being touched or serviced. This particular Monza Alfa was imported into Australia in 1938 by...

Page 9 of August 2007 archive issue thumbnail Page 9, August 2007

The cult of personality

In mid-June, two events took place on either side of the Atlantic that were both triumphs for British motorsport. One was the lead item on near enough every major sports bulletin, the other went unnoticed in all but the specialist press. I talk, of course, about Lewis Hamilton’s canny and composed win at Indianapolis, and Aston Martin’s class triumph at Le Mans. The interest in Hamilton is clear...

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