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Page 3 of March 1933 archive issue thumbnail Page 3, March 1933

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Tyrrell remains unbeated at Monza

The six-wheeled Tyrrell Steamroller continued at Monza's on May 14, where Martin Stretton's victory completed a hat-trick for the ex-Ronnie Peterson P34-6 in the FIA Thoroughbred Grand Prix Car championship. Having won last year's Kyalami finale, and April's series-opener at Brands Hatch, Stretton did not anticipate such an easy time in Italy. Thus it proved in qualifying, where, armed with the...

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Mansell's perfect ride

20 years ago, Williams hit a level of performance never seen before in F1 with a car that finally nailed the complexities of active suspension. And an inspired Nigel Mansell made the most of it By Patrick Head The initiation of FW14B goes back to the winter of 1984 when we were approached by AP, with whom we worked closely on brakes and clutches. They had been developing an active-ride system for...

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TGP rivals entertain truck crowds

FIA Thoroughbred Grand Prix title rivals Bob Berridge and Martin Stretton enthralled 250,000 spectators at the Nurburgring on July 18 with a sensational display of on-the-limit Formula One racing. Berridge's Williams FW08 was but 0.08scc quicker than Stretton's six-wheeled Tyrrell P34 in qualifying, and their battle continued in the traditional ADAC International Truck GP round. For the first...

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"No Echo In The Sky"

"No Echo In The Sky" by Harald Penrose 134 pp. 8 3/4" x 5 1/2". (Aris & Phillips Ltd., Teddington House, Warminster, £6.50). I have referred to this little book previously; it has been out-of-print for a long time, since Cassell first published it in 1958 and very hard indeed to find in even the specialist aviation bookshops. Now it has been reprinted, in a collection of 35 revived,...

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TGP TITLE HAT-TRICK FOR BERRIDGE BOB BERRIDGID THE EMPRESS Racing team were deservedly crowned as Thoroughbred Grand Prix Champions for the third successive year at Barcelona on October 2, as Spain welcomed the FIA showpiece series for the first time. Berridge's ex-Keke Rosberg Williams FW08 held sway, but the Lotus 9Is of local hero Joaquin Folch and Steve Hitchins closed up very dramatically in...

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Stretton warps up South African Finale

Twenty-two years after Patrick Depailler finished third in the South African GP, aboard a six-wheeled Tyrrell, Martin Stretton &we its sister P34 to victory in the last round of the HA Thoroughbred GP Championship at Kyalami on November 28. Only half the original circuit remains, but Stretton's style in the ex-Ronnie Peterson car evoked memories of `SuperSwede' for the crowd at the Vodacom...


December 2019
Ford vs Ferrari: The Le Mans '66 Film Special



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