Articles tagged Sport

Page 36 of May 1955 archive issue thumbnail Page 36, May 1955

The 15th Tour of Sicily

April 3rd. As is traditional the Giro, di Sicilia started the season of "open road motor-racing, a form of competition that at one time was the essence of motor-racing, but which was superseded by the closed circuit type of event. Originally inspired as town-to-town events. such as Paris-Bordeaux, Paris-Rouen, and culminating in the ill-fated Paris-Madrid, it was left to the Italians to continue...

Page 30 of August 1970 archive issue thumbnail Page 30, August 1970

Reflections in the Auvergne

Whatever shortcomings it may have, the circuit at Clermont-Ferrand, where the French Grand Prix was held, is without question terrific fun to drive round. How do I know that? Because I spent a lot of time on the Thursday evening, before the meeting began, driving round the circuit for it is one of the few remaining ones that uses public roads. To followers of motor racing this is one of the...

Page 78 of June 1970 archive issue thumbnail Page 78, June 1970


A Hard-Fought Race MONZA, ITALY, April 25th THE ITALIAN long-distance classic race is held on Liberation Day, April 25th, and this year it was on a Saturday, with practice on the two previous days. This year the 5.75-kilometre road circuit was used, as for the Italian Grand Prix, for time and weather have caused the concrete-banked track to deteriorate and the AC of Milano cannot afford a...

Page 22 of January 1963 archive issue thumbnail Page 22, January 1963

News from Italy

The first of the 1963 Formula One cars was revealed to the motoring Press just before Christmas. This car is the A.T.S. which was formerly to be known as the Serenissima. The change of name is due to the withdrawal of one of the company directors, Count Volpi, who has taken the name Serenissima with him. The remaining directors Dr. Giorgio Billi and Jaime Ortiz-Patino have renamed the company...


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