Articles tagged Alan Putt

Page 111 of April 2010 archive issue thumbnail Page 111, April 2010

Alan Putt

Obituary Although he never raced, Alan Putt, who has died after a short illness aged 73, was a key person in the growth of historic motor sport in Europe. He was the original moving force behind the creation of Formula Junior as a historic category and was the man responsible for drafting FIA Appendix K regulations. He gave much to the sport through his work on various committees and played a key...

Page 29 of April 1981 archive issue thumbnail Page 29, April 1981

Club News

BARC The hilIclimb championship run by the British Automobile Racing Club with twelve rounds, covering the country from Scotland to Devon will be sponsored once again by Jim Thomson's Otley-based Guyson company. The end-of-season winner will not only get the Archie Frazer-Nash Trophy and £600 in cash, but will also receive a Guyson Beadblaster installation. At one time amateur fettlers used to...

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How Many More?

How Many More? Sir, I was very interested to read the article in the December MOTOR SPORT entitled "How Many More?". It outlines a concern which many associated with historic motor sport have been voicing for some time. The problem of authenticating cars has been with us for many years. From the F1SA Historic Commision, with considerable help from the RAC Historic Committee, there has evolved a...

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Historic authenticity row brews

The system for authenticating historic racing cars has been thrown into turmoil by the FIA's plans to introduce Historic Technical Passports (HTP) in place of the Historic Vehicle Identification Forms (HVIF). The crux of the discontent lies in the FIA's assertion that technically correct replicas will qualify for an HTP, which has led to fears that a rash of newly constructed cars will appear in...

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Norris Miles of Hubbard Racing is keen to start a series based on the old Group 2, pre '74 saloons, reviving a series from 16 years ago that used to see Camaros, BMWs, Capris, Mustangs, Escorts and Alfas mercilessly vie with one another. If the response is good enough, an RAC affiliated organisation will be approached and dates fixed up for some events which have the prospect of being sponsored....


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