Articles tagged IDF

Page 13 of February 1962 archive issue thumbnail Page 13, February 1962

The Trend of Racing Car Deisgn

UNDER normal circumstances articles under this heading happen every two years, that being considered a reasonable span over which design trends can be viewed with some semblance of meaning. However, with the new Formula One starting last year, racing-car designers have had the opportunity to start afresh, so that I consider one year of development at this stage to justify a study of the trends....

Page 34 of April 1978 archive issue thumbnail Page 34, April 1978

Promising Capri and Fiesta developments

As a dream the setting was almost perfect. Brands Hatch, slumbering in unfamiliar emptiness through a sunny weekday lunch break. Lined up in front of the pits were four interesting cars to drive as I pleased in the next 1 1/2 hours. Dreams never come entirely true: a connoisseur would surely demand cars a little more exotic than these familiar Fords, but in each case some interesting development...

Page 20 of May 1962 archive issue thumbnail Page 20, May 1962

GRAND PRIX OF BRUXELLES

GRAND PRIX OF BRUXELLES BRUXELLES, April 1st THE third Grand Prix of 13ruxelles on the 4.552 kilometre circuit of Heysel, north of the Belgian capital and near the Atomium, opened the European season of Formula One racing, Siracuse having been cancelled. The circuit itself was unchanged from last year but the start and finish, pits, grandstand and timekeepers were all moved to the top of the hill...

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