Articles tagged Kingston Technical College

Page 149 of July 2014 archive issue thumbnail Page 149, July 2014

Something in the air

Once dismissed by Enzo Ferrari as a science for those who didn’t understand engines, aerodynamics proved to be manna for those who understood racing cars…Writer Adam Cooper This was a period of tumultuous change for Formula 1– and the greatest developments came in the field of aerodynamics. Just consider the arc of evolution between the Lotus 49B, which Emerson Fittipaldi raced at Brands Hatch in...

Page 6 of September 2000 archive issue thumbnail Page 6, September 2000

Obituaries

Owen Maddock Owen Richard Maddock, chief designer of the Cooper Car Company during the 1950s and early '60s, has died, aged 75. The son of architect Richard Maddock, who designed the Cooper factory in Surbiton, Owen studied engineering at Kingston Technical College while with the Home Guard in the last years of World War II, and then spent two years doing National Service in Germany. Upon his...

Page 42 of May 2006 archive issue thumbnail Page 42, May 2006

Team building

An F1 team boss who'd give you a lift home? Michael Scarlett worked at Brabham and recalls the friendly atmosphere My spell with Brabham, at the time when Jack started building racing cars, came about after mechanical and production engineering training on a student apprenticeship at Hawker Aircraft in Kingston, Surrey, and HND studies at Kingston Technical College. At the end of the usual five...

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