Articles tagged Goodwood Club

Page 34 of July 1980 archive issue thumbnail Page 34, July 1980

Frazer Nash - The Le Mans Replica

Today the word replica is grossly over-used and very often mis-used, just as the letters GT (Gran Turismo) are mis-used. In 1932 Frazer Nash produced a version of their famous chain-driven car which they called the TT Replica, the inference being that it was a copy of the cars they ran in the Ards Tourist Trophy races. A TT Replica Frazer Nash in those days was one of the best British sports cars...

Page 102 of June 2012 archive issue thumbnail Page 102, June 2012

Tony Brooks

Some call him the most under-rated British driver of all. Stirling Moss considered him one of his toughest rivals. Now Tony Brooks has written his autobiography, and we are proud to present this extract describing the eventful road to his racing debut It was books and magazines that sparked the young Tony Brooks’s interest in motor sport. With his enthusiasm boosted by visits to Prescott and...

Page 42 of January 1975 archive issue thumbnail Page 42, January 1975

Looking Back with Bruce Halford

Looking Back with Bruce Halford WHEN CONSIDERING the astronomic sums of money which several current Grand Prix teams state is necessary to maintain and operate their cars throughout a full Formula One season it becomes quickly evident just why there are very few privateers around trying to race in this exalted category. If they do try to compete, it is frequently with outdated and uncompetitive...

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