Articles tagged Jaguars

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My Visit To Sebring

by Rob Walker (Continued from the June issue) We arrived just in time for lunch at our hotel, Harder Hall, which is situated on the edge of Sebring, between two lakes and the golf course, and it has the most delightful surroundings. Everybody interested in the race seemed to be staying at the hotel, and the first to greet us was that great character Wacky Arnold, who, amongst other things, is...

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Racers Apart

Motor racing biographies are commonplace. Racers Apart, by Motor Sport's Executive Editor David Tremayne is something new. The author has chosen a selection of drivers - not all of them circuit racers - who have particularly appealed to him. Some of them he has worked with in his role as F1 correspondent for Motoring News, some created a deep impression during his youth, others left a legacy he...

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European Touring Car Championship, round one

Brands Hatch, March 18th. The opening round of the European Touring Car Championship at Brands Hatch on March 19th proved one thing at least. Even though the series had diminished in stature since the demise of the works Jaguars, a Group a race could still produce a very exciting finish, even when it was in effect only a two-car race. From the beginning of practice it was obvious that the only...

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The Midland Motor Museum

The Bob Roberts/Michael Barker Sports Car Collection at Bridgnorth Motor museums are springing up around this green and pleasant land rather like motoring mushrooms. Last January Motor Sport described the National Motor Museum at Beaulieu, we have dealt from time to time with the splendid collection of racing cars at Tom Wheatcroft's Donington Museum, and we covered the Stratford Motor Museum in...

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The understudy that stole the show

In 1987 this 962C went to Le Mans as back-up. It returned with the winner's laurels. Motor Sport was invited to try it at Porsche's test track, with two stipulations: drive as hard as you like, for as long as you like...writer Andrew Frankel. photographer James Lipman Weissach is cold and we know it will soon be wet, for bruised clouds are mustering in the skies over Stuttgart. Today of all days...

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Letters from Readers

N.B.—Opinions expressed are those of our correspondents and Motor Sport does not necessarily associate itself with them.—Ed. The Car That Has Less Than Nothing! Sir, Until I got down to the reference to valve gear I felt sure that the letter from "YBM 741" in your May issue was going to relate to the D.A.F. It has nearly all the simplicities he lists, plus four others—no gearbox, differential,...

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Book reviews

"Historic Fairground Scenes" by Michael E. Ware, FRPS. 96 pp. 9 1/2 in. x 7 1/4 in. (Moorland Publishing Co., The Market Place; Hartington, Buxton. Derbyshire, SK17 0A1. £4.20). Michael Ware has led us, through his photographic archives, to some pleasant historical paths, such as how motor cars were manufactured, the canal scenes of long ago, and so on. His latest book in this style covers a...

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