Articles tagged Lancia

Page 61 of June 1956 archive issue thumbnail Page 61, June 1956

XIII Gran Premio Napoli

Another Bad Day for Ferrari Naples, May 6th. It seems that neither the English nor the Italians can ever take any notice of one another's calendar, for once more the Naples Grand Prix was held the same weekend as the International Trophy at Silverstone. The Continental teams of Ferrari and Gordini divided their interests, while Maserati refrained from entering at either race. The first practice...

Page 64 of February 1990 archive issue thumbnail Page 64, February 1990

Automobile Year 37 (1989/90)

Automobile Year 37 (1989/90) edited by jean-Rodolphe Piccard. 280pp. 121/4" x 91/4". Motor Racing Publications Ltd, Unit 6, The Pilton Estate, Croydon, Surrey CRO 3RY. £24.95. riginally there was but this one high class annual devoted to motor racing, rallying and topical developments in the motor industry. Since then similar annuals, especially Fl reviews and bigger and more lavish one-make "...

Page 83 of September 1977 archive issue thumbnail Page 83, September 1977

World Championship for Makes and World Championship for Sports Cars The story so far . . .

The story so far . . . When the Group 5 circus of so-called "Special Production Cars" comes to Brands Hatch on the 24th and 25th of September for the seventh round of the World Championship for Makes, the once fiercely contested title will have already been long decided in Porsche's favour. When this summary of the championship to date was written, the Canadian round at Mosport had still to take...

Page 21 of September 1986 archive issue thumbnail Page 21, September 1986

World Sportscar Championship: Brands Hatch 1000kms

Lloyd does it again Last September Bob Wollek and Mauro Baldi won then first World Sportscar Championship race together, but there was no pleasure on their faces as they received the garlands at Spa; their Lancia had won a race shortened by the death of Stefan Bellof and celebrations were cancelled. At Brands Hatch in July there was nothing to mar the victory they achieved in the Liqui Moly...

Page 11 of December 1951 archive issue thumbnail Page 11, December 1951

MATTERS OF MOMENT

MATTERS OF MOMENT S.V. persus 0.H.V. Side valves look like jowing the hot-tube and the automatio inlet valve within the next ten years. Certainly, leaving out American ears, side valve engines were seen at Earls Court this year only on Allard M1: and PI (with an American-base engine), Vedette (ditto), Hillman Minx, Morris Minor, Morris Oxford, Humber Hawk, Humber Super Snipe and Triumph Mayflower...

Page 19 of November 1943 archive issue thumbnail Page 19, November 1943

Letters from readers

Sir, Is it possible for you to enquire of Motor Sport readers whether any official photographs or snapshots are available of a Shelsley hybrid called the Shipton Special? I should be pleased to cover any charges involved. I am, Yours, etc., Conrad Shipton (Lieut. (A.), R.N.V.R.) R.A.C. London, S.W.1. [Please write direct. The Shipton Special comprised a "23/60" Vauxhall engine in a Coventry...

Page 26 of March 1988 archive issue thumbnail Page 26, March 1988

Industry insight

Tomorrow the World? January 1988 set new British records for rainfall, and for new car introductions. In a month normally given over to introspective reflection of "that was the year that was" tone, Audi, BMW, Ford, Fiat, Saab and Renault alI held international Press launches for new wares. Some were more notable for technical details than the complete vehicle, such as Saab's direct ignition, a...

Page 15 of December 1943 archive issue thumbnail Page 15, December 1943

Concours de sport

Miss B. M. Haig, whose motoring sport before the war was mainly confined to continental events, writes in decidedly nostalgic vein. Yesterday I touched 80 m.p.h.! Moreover, I was not driving one of these popular Maseratis or Lancias – I was in England. Like a ghost from a lost world, the grey A.C. competition 2-seater, with its louvred bonnet and twin spare wheels, had emerged from its shroud of...

Page 38 of November 1960 archive issue thumbnail Page 38, November 1960

High-performance closed cars

ABARTH Stand 146 To be seen for the first time anywhere in the World is the new Abarth 1000, while the 2200 model will be exhibited at Earls Court for the first time. Also on the stand will be one of the 850 rear-engined coupes. Anthony Crook Motors are the U.K. concessionaires for Abarth and will also show a representative selection of Abarth exhaust systems on stand 327 in the gallery, while...

Page 68 of April 1998 archive issue thumbnail Page 68, April 1998

Lancia belter

With better luck, the Lancia LC2 could have beaten the Porsche 956. Giancarlo Reggiani remembers it as Bruno Giacomelli takes one to Monza for a final blast Nearly two decades ago, the world of sportscar racing was turned on its head. In a bid to revive seriously flagging crowds and grids, racing's rulemakers at FISA threw out the increasingly jumbled categories that allowed cars to be entered in...

Pages

LATEST ISSUE

November 2019
Ultimate Porsche: The Most Ruthless Racer Ever Built
 

SUBSCRIBE

NEWSLETTERS

Sign up to our newsletters
The latest news, straight to your inbox – click below to sign up to the newsletter list.

SIGN UP

THE APP

The Motor Sport App
Carry Motor Sport with you, wherever you go. On iOS, Android and Kindle.

DOWNLOAD

Noticed a mistake on this page?

Tell Us About It