Articles tagged Republicans

Page 28 of August 1984 archive issue thumbnail Page 28, August 1984

Formula One Scene

During last winter we had a long spell with no Formula One racing, but even so there was a lot of activity in the re-structuring of teams, both mechanically and in personnel and there was a lot of building and designing of new cars as well as a lot of testing. So much so, in fact, that it was a very busy off-season and when racing eventually started in March there were many things to look forward...

Page 35 of July 1973 archive issue thumbnail Page 35, July 1973

The 31st Monaco Grand Prix

Orthodox race on revised circuit Monte Carlo, June 3rd When everyone arrived in Monte Carlo they were completely taken aback by the fact that the revised circuit (described in Motor Sport last month) was ready, if not completely finished in details. The first practice day was Thursday and by holding the National Renault Formula practice first, then the Formula Three practice, it gave the...

Page 127 of April 2010 archive issue thumbnail Page 127, April 2010

Wheelspin & Smoking Tyres

A personal photographic record of motor racing in the 1950s and 1960sKeith Duerden & Robert Barker Duerden snapped Moss in his second event, but as a professional photographer in other fields racing was a passion, not a job, until retirement brought time to publish this well-presented work stretching from Farina to Keke Rosberg. Meets from Crystal Palace to Le Mans are enlivened by drop-ins...

Page 65 of February 1980 archive issue thumbnail Page 65, February 1980

European Racing Memories

It is 19 years since John Fitzpatrick made his motor sporting debut. Now, at 36 years of age, he and his family will make a new life based on San Diego and racing from America. Before he departed we asked John for some . . . European Racing Memories An understated off-white ski-jacket matched the mood of the plain but effective Golf GTi parked outside our London offices. Typically, John...

Page 41 of December 2005 archive issue thumbnail Page 41, December 2005

Webb Sight

Brands Hatch thrived under racing's great promoter, John Webb. He talks to Simon Taylor John Webb was one of the great motorsport visionaries. For 25 years, from 1964 to '89, he ruled Brands Hatch, grew the circuit into the most successful in the country, and went on to add Mallory Park, Snetterton and OuIton Park to his portfolio. He was determinedly commercial, consistently creative and...

Page 26 of September 1995 archive issue thumbnail Page 26, September 1995

The Wanderer returns

Jacques Laffite is back with Ligier. He is fulfilling a different role nowadays, and he finds that Formula One is an entirely different world. The principal reason for Jacques Laffite's presence in the French resort of Isole 2000 was to take part in some ice racing for Opel. But it was entirely in keeping with the character of the man who, as soon as an F1 qualifying session was over, would leap...

Page 66 of July 1992 archive issue thumbnail Page 66, July 1992

Book Reviews

A man called Mike, by Christopher Hilton. MRP, £16.95. Mike Hailwood's name first became engrained in my youthful conscience not because of the motorcycling feats which made him legend, but because he finished second to Frank Gardner in a round of the European F5000 Championship at Oulton Park in September 1971. I returned home to tell puzzled parents about how well Mike Hawthorn had driven. It...

Page 5 of August 2001 archive issue thumbnail Page 5, August 2001

Editorial

Just had Alan Jones on the phone. That's what I love about this job: whenever it seems to be going pear-shaped, usually on a Monday morning, every now and then, one of my heroes rings the office. Makes my day. It always catches me on the hop, though. It's usually the fourth or fifth call in succession, causing my phone manner to be perhaps not what it should. That's when your heroes ring. Turns...

Page 14 of January 2011 archive issue thumbnail Page 14, January 2011

Grand Prix Scene

Vettel win 'icing on cake' for Red Bull Sebastian Vettel earned himself a place in the record books at Abu Dhabi when he became the youngest World Champion in Formula 1 history, although the man himself modestly admitted that Lewis Hamilton — whose previous mark he beat by some six months — could have won his first title a year earlier than he did. Remarkably the 23-year-old is the first champion...

Page 20 of November 1992 archive issue thumbnail Page 20, November 1992

Contractual chess

Are drivers being moved around in F1 like pieces on a chessboard? Back in the winter of 1967 Cooper and BRM locked briefly in a battle over the services of Pedro Rodriguez. It scandalised F1 for an hour or two, and cartoonist Don Grant depicted the hapless Mexican being torn limb from limb in the ensuing tug-of-war. What happened in Estoril last month made that little episode look like a...

Pages

LATEST ISSUE

June 2019
Latest issue: Legends of Le Mans
 

SUBSCRIBE

NEWSLETTERS

Sign up to our newsletters
The latest news, straight to your inbox – click below to sign up to the newsletter list.

SIGN UP

THE APP

The Motor Sport App
Carry Motor Sport with you, wherever you go. On iOS, Android and Kindle.

DOWNLOAD

Noticed a mistake on this page?

Tell Us About It