Articles tagged Historic Grand Prix Cars Association

Page 16 of April 2004 archive issue thumbnail Page 16, April 2004

Matters of moment

Euro Trophy for Britain The European Sports-Prototype Trophy will grace British tracks for the first time in four seasons in 2004, with events at Oulton Park and Silverstone. The 1960s GT cars and sports-prototypes will race at the Cheshire track for the first time as part of the Gold Cup meeting on August 29/30. Group 4 Racing's Jonathan Baker said: "We've got two new venues, more entrants and...

Page 58 of April 2014 archive issue thumbnail Page 58, April 2014

GP festivities at Brands

The 50th anniversary of Brands Hatch’s first British GP (above) will be marked during the Masters Festival over the weekend of May 24/25, when the Masters FIA Historic Formula One Championship is joined by races for pre-66 cars from the Historic Grand Prix Cars Association. In 1964, Jim Clark’s Lotus 25 won the first World Championship Grand Prix held at the Kent track. In May, Masters will...

Page 14 of June 2002 archive issue thumbnail Page 14, June 2002

Damaged P25 to be restored

Sir, You reported the very sad death of Spencer Flack in your April edition, and implied that the BRM P25 he had been driving was destroyed in a fiery accident The car was severely damaged and the rear part with the fuel tank did catch fire. But this was quickly extinguished by the marshals. I would not wish enthusiasts to think that this is the end of the ex-Jo Bonnier car; it is being repaired...

Page 5 of July 1998 archive issue thumbnail Page 5, July 1998

Matters of moment

I’ll be honest with you. Sam Posey was not the first person I asked to write an appreciation of the extraordinary Mark Donohue. Though I knew Posey to be an accomplished racer in both Indycars and sportscars (at Le Mans in '70 and '71 his Ferrari 512 was first car home behind the uncatchable Porsches), I did not consider him as I had always had Brian Redman in mind for the job. Redman thought...

Page 39 of March 1980 archive issue thumbnail Page 39, March 1980

Historic racing

I do not know who coined the word "Historic" and applied it to old racing cars, but it was an awful mistake, for it implies that the car has a history worth recording. In some cases this is justified, in other cases it is a poor joke, and there are some cases that are downright false. The Germans use the word "Oldtimer", which I believe they got from America, while the French use the phrase "...

Page 50 of April 2001 archive issue thumbnail Page 50, April 2001

The right stuff

The burgeoning historic motorsport scene means that, in 2001, there will be ever more exciting cars at ever more varied venues. So what can we expect? Marcus Pye is our guide Historic motorsport continues to grow at a frightening rate, indeed the dedicated aficionado has never faced a greater dilemma in compiling a summer's leisure pursuits than you do in 2001. With more mature race series and...

Page 108 of November 2004 archive issue thumbnail Page 108, November 2004

Portugal gets historic bug

Two road circuits are hoping to follow the Revival Meeting route Data logger Keep track of all the action The famous Portuguese street circuit at Porto (Oporto) will be revived for historic racing if the current hopes and plans of the Clube Portugues Automoveis Antigos are realised. The track, which twice hosted the Portuguese Grand Prix (1958 and '60), could see the return of racing cars as...

Page 102 of April 2005 archive issue thumbnail Page 102, April 2005

Who does what in historic motorsport?

Aston Martin Owners Club www.amoc.org Not only has the AMOC got a full season of racing for Aston Martins, it is also the custodian of the UK-based Formula Junior Championship. Sadly, for the first time since the 1950s, the club has been unable to secure a suitable date for the St John Horsfall race meeting at Silverstone, which leaves a big gap in the club's programme. British Racing Drivers...

Page 61 of October 1995 archive issue thumbnail Page 61, October 1995

German premier

The 23rd AvD Oldtimer Grand Prix at the Nurburgring retained its place as the premier historic racing event in Continental Europe, with a successful four-day meeting on August 10-13, for which the organisers claimed an attendance of 61,000. The packed programme provided a mixture of FIA championship races, others for newer F2 and sportscars, and events for older cars, which seem to get by without...

Page 3 of July 1990 archive issue thumbnail Page 3, July 1990

Going Green

The Global-warming panic is on! HRH The Prince of Wales has presented convincingly his own long TV documentary telling how we are destroying the environment. Mrs. Thatcher has said what she will do to combat the "greenhouse" effect. So how will "going Green" affect the car owner? Already much nonsense is being bandied about. One professor wants a 500% VAT increase on fuel, just the excuse the...

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