Articles tagged FsA

Page 26 of January 1979 archive issue thumbnail Page 26, January 1979

Formula One Teams for 1979

Lotus: Heading the 1979 list, naturally enough, is Team Lotus, no longer supported by John Player, the cigarette firm, while the cars will not be called John Player Specials (not that we at Motor Sport did call them by that name to us a Lotus is a Lotus). Olympus Cameras joined Team Lotus for part of last season, but they too have left the Norfolk team. The place of these two sponsors has been...

Page 70 of January 1989 archive issue thumbnail Page 70, January 1989

Lies, damned lies...

Sir, In answer to Mr Millward (Motor Sport, November 1988): yes my driving experience in England is limited, although I have trailered vintage cars as far there as here, but pehaps the same is true of his experience with USA data. I agree that safety is of great importance, but we can still be realistic about speed limits. It would be refreshing if Mr Millward did not continue to quote from one...

Page 66 of December 1998 archive issue thumbnail Page 66, December 1998

Let Loose...

The F5A was the most successful of all Fittipaldi's Grand Prix designs. Andrew Frankel takes to the track in Emerson's finest. Introductions to Formula One cars come no better. The team is relaxed, the owner smiling, both unreasonably generous reactions to the sight of me clambering aboard their Grand Prix car at Donington. Macdonald Race Engineering is turning Fittipaldi F5A/02 from museum piece...

Page 99 of April 2003 archive issue thumbnail Page 99, April 2003

Miscellany

I am not suggesting that if it had not been for Motor Sport there would never have been any motor racing broadcasting on TV, but it is amusing to remember how we were once asked to meet the head of the BBC Sports Department and the then-leading tennis commentator, as far as I remember, to be asked what different problems motor racing reporting might have from the great Wimbledon ball game. Mr Tee...

Page 41 of May 1979 archive issue thumbnail Page 41, May 1979

Race of Champions

Sunshine Day Brands Hatch, April 15th SNOWED OFF on March 18th the Race of Champions meeting was held in glorious sunshine on Easter Sunday before a fair-sized crowd, which should indicate to over-enthusiastic race promoters that the old-established principle (now long forgotten) of starting a new season at Easter wasn't such a bad idea. The idea behind this year's Race of Champions was to raise...

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