Articles tagged German GP

Page 22 of October 1991 archive issue thumbnail Page 22, October 1991

Formula One Scene

Time is tight Last month I described how the Brabham team received a slap on the wrist from the FIA technical scrutineers for a rule infringement, discovered after the end of qualifying at the German GP. This month the Williams team received a severe kick up the backside after qualifying at the Belgian GP. At each Grand Prix, four cars are selected at random by the technical commission as...

Page 48 of November 1997 archive issue thumbnail Page 48, November 1997

Nuvolari and the master race

When the might of the German racing scene turned up at the Nürburgring in 1935, no one expected Tazio Nuvolari to beat the Third Reich into second place. Shaun Campbell explains how he did it The race has been in progress for nearly four hours. It's nearly over – there's just one lap left to run – but the man who's been leading for the last 150 miles or so looks anything but confident. The...

Page 32 of July 1971 archive issue thumbnail Page 32, July 1971

Jochen Rindt Memorial Race

A Sunday afternoon drive for Ickx Hockenheim-Ring, Germany, June 13th With the ban on the Belgian Grand Prix by the CSI the Formula One world was faced with three clear weekends between Monte Carlo and the next event, due at Zandvoort. For some who were repairing the ravages of Monte Carlo this was a good thing, while others were taking the opportunity to enlarge their stock of 1971 material and...

Page 48 of November 1999 archive issue thumbnail Page 48, November 1999

Phi-Phi

The career of Philippe Etancelin Although he came to motor racing relatively late in life, Philippe Etancelin was renowned for his combative style and passion. Bill Boddy recalls one of France's most talented drivers Great racing drivers have come from many parts of the world, a blinding glimpse of the obvious as readers of Punch once used to say of similar wideopen assertions. I am not going to...

Page 62 of July 2003 archive issue thumbnail Page 62, July 2003

Home-made hero

In just two years Peter Westbury became Britain's top hillclimber — in a self-built car. Then he hit the tracks. By Gordon Cruickshank Too bad there weren't any mobile 'phones in 1971, or Peter Westbury might be in the Formula One record books. When BRM needed a driver for the Italian Grand Prix the team rang for him – but he was on holiday and out of contact. So they called Peter Gethin instead...

Page 36 of September 1992 archive issue thumbnail Page 36, September 1992

Advantage Badoer

The European F3000 Championship is looking more open than it has done for many seasons. Halfway through what should be a 10-race schedule, only nine points separated the top six in the championship, and series leader Luca Badoer, as consistent as he is fleet, has only clocked up 22 points, despite finishing every race to date in the top six. It is quite feasible, if unlikely, therefore, that the...

Page 50 of August 1997 archive issue thumbnail Page 50, August 1997

Going downhill fast

Lap of the Gods Jin Clark's ability to administer a short, sharp shock stunned rivals. Shaun Campbell recalls his 1961 Belgian Grand Prix win, seized over the first two corners at a Soggy Spa The qualities that stood Jim Clark apart from his rivals were many. There was his versatility, for example — he was a driver who could win in single-seaters, sports cars and saloons on street circuits, mad...

Page 44 of October 2011 archive issue thumbnail Page 44, October 2011

"Nowhere was as rewarding as the Nurburgring"

"Nowhere was rewarding as the „ iirburgring STIRLING MOSS Wnetner el a 7ormu a 1 or sports can tne cna enge of tne \ordscn dfe made oved and feared n equa measure BY NIGEL ROEBUCK always keep a-hold of Nurse, for fear of finding something worse'... It was somewhat after his time, but Hilaire Belloc might have been writing of the neue Niirburgring. When first we went there, in 1985, it's fair to...

Page 83 of November 1975 archive issue thumbnail Page 83, November 1975

F1 Tyres

Fl Tyres Sir, May I with due modesty agree with everything you wrote in your September editorial on contemporary n tyres, except when you suggest that it should be permissible officially to flag in "all drivers who are running on incorrect tyres". Surely even the "aces" of the circus must be left some judgement of their own; balancing the risks of running on not ideal tyres against the certain...

Page 48 of March 2000 archive issue thumbnail Page 48, March 2000

Sole survivor

Manfred von Brauchitsch is the last remaining link to the glory days of the silver arrows before WWII. He is also, says Alan Henry, a driver whose modest tally of wins in no way reflects his considerable talent. Now 94, he reflects upon a Grand Prix career that started 65 years ago. The first thing you notice is the shock of white hair which stands out dramatically across the crowded room. Then...

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