Articles tagged Brabham

Page 48 of November 2018 archive issue thumbnail Page 48, November 2018

The archives: November 2018

Tackling North Wales by Lancia Stratos and RAF Hercules (sort of...) before pondering Formula 1's current passing problem I had been to Machynlleth in North Wales before, back in the late 1970s. I remember too-tight restraint belts quite painfully preventing me from holding my breath as skilled rally star Andy Dawson hurled ‘our’ Chequered Flag Lancia Stratos round one of the great classical...

Page 28 of August 1983 archive issue thumbnail Page 28, August 1983

1983 British Grand Prix - Rather dull

  The last Formula One race was on June 12th, a gap of five weeks in mid-season being an eternity for the enthusiast to wait, but for the teams, it was a welcome break to get stuck in and catch up on the build and design programmes. Patrick Tambay leads in his Ferrari at the start of the 1983 British Grand Prix. Photo: Motorsport Images Apart from continual tyre-testing sessions, new cars were...

Page 26 of February 1974 archive issue thumbnail Page 26, February 1974

New Grand Prix Cars for 1974

After all the "wheeling and dealing" was finalised and the paint shops put into action, new cars for 1974 began to appear, some being shown to the Press in metal and glass-fibre form, others in purely photographic form, but none-the-less the colourful Grand Prix scene looks like being as varied a hotch-potch of engineering, sport and big business as ever it was. While some teams are continuing...

Page 23 of July 1984 archive issue thumbnail Page 23, July 1984

Canadian Grand Prix

On two occasions now the Canadian Grand Prix at Montreal has underlined the fact that you can never ignore the Brabham team. Two years ago Nelson Piquet arrived from the previous weekend's Detroit Grand Prix having failed to qualify for the American event — and went straight out to score the Brabham-BMW BT50's maiden Grand Prix triumph. This year, after failing to finish in the first six races,...

Page 24 of August 1989 archive issue thumbnail Page 24, August 1989

1989 British Grand Prix race report - The price of progress

  Ayrton Senna must be wondering who he’s offended these days. Since Phoenix, nothing has gone right for him. In Canada, the engine blew a big hole in itself with mere laps to run. In France, the differential broke at the restart. And in England, it was the new transverse gearbox –and perhaps a touch too much brio –which proved his downfall. Worse, from his point of view, Alain Prost took yet...

Page 12 of April 1965 archive issue thumbnail Page 12, April 1965

Australian races

Warwick Farm (February 14th.) Races used to be Cooper benefits, but they now look like becoming Brahham benefits, and the Warwick Farm race would have been but for that well-known Scot and his well-known Cheshunt car, though Graham Hill in the Scuderia Veloce car was all set to win when steering trouble dropped him back. 45 Laps-164 Kilometres 1st : J. Clark (Lotus 32B-Climax 2½-litre) ... 1 hr....

LATEST ISSUE

January 2020
Racing Rivalries: The 25 most explosive battles between drivers, teams, cars... and families.
 

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