Articles tagged UPS

Page 86 of September 2012 archive issue thumbnail Page 86, September 2012

"I'm a car guy"

Racing driver, team owner, car collector, historic series promoter… Zak Brown loves his motor sport. But it’s as a sponsor gatherer for Formula 1 where his real influence lies. We track him down after his dream test day, and ask the big question: is this man the next Bernie? Zak Brown just loves talking about racing cars. But not as much as he loves buying and driving them. He’s just returned...

Page 38 of September 1976 archive issue thumbnail Page 38, September 1976

Notes on the cars at Nurburgring

The Ferrari that was damaged in the Regazzoni/Lauda mix-up at Brands Hatch, number 312T2/027, needed quite a lot of straightening out so was dropped from the team for the German GP and Regazzoni returned to his earlier car, 312T2/025. Lauda still had the latest car, 312T2/028, and his earlier car number 312T2/026 was standing by as a spare, but was not used. The specification of all three cars...

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Another cause of hold-ups

Sir, Returning from holiday to the Midlands on the A38 some weeks ago, I was not surprised to perceive a traffic jam at Taunton; what did later surprise me was that this stretched through Bridgwater Wellington and past Burnham-on-Sea, a solid seething mass of sunburn. Having travelled 25 miles in just over four hours, with mutterings of "last holiday I'm spending in England", and "bet this is the...

Page 91 of May 2009 archive issue thumbnail Page 91, May 2009

Andretti and Rahal back US F1 team bid

Andretti od Rana boa< F1 team bd Two Amer-tan neroes Wtn '1 expehence nave we corned a new team's pans to joh tne gr1d n 2010 BY GORDON KIRBY onventional wisdom did say Ken Anderson and Peter Windsor were raving dreamers sure to fail in their endeavour to field a Formula 1 team on the cheap from 2010, and further to design, build and race their cars from Charlotte, North Carolina in the heart...

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The Motor Sport Month - Formula 1 News

F1 gears up for 21 racesEcclestone facing complex scheduling dilemma. By Adam Cooper Bernie Ecclestone is wrestling with the tricky job of finalising a 2014 Formula 1 calendar that could feature as many as 21 races. The addition of the Grand Prix of America in New Jersey and the Russian event in Sochi will create a record-breaking schedule, assuming both do indeed happen and that no current...


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