Articles tagged Alex Ribiero

Page 31 of December 1978 archive issue thumbnail Page 31, December 1978

Formula Two Temporada

March again... For the first time since 1972, the European Formula Two teams returned to South America for a Temporada series in early November. Only two races were staged in Argentina after long-drawn-out negotiations, but the success of the venture, and a crowd of 50,000 spread over the races at Mendoza and Buenos Aires, has encouraged the organisers to plan a more ambitious Championship next...

Page 44 of September 1977 archive issue thumbnail Page 44, September 1977

"Der Grosser Preis von Deutschland"

The organising body of the German Grand Prix were split down the middle; the businessmen wanted to run the race at the compact Hockenheim Ring stadium, where everything was safe and clinical and organisational problems were few, while 100,000 paying customers in the arena was money guaranteed straight into their pockets. The Sportsmen were completely opposed to this, they wanted to retain the...

Page 59 of April 1977 archive issue thumbnail Page 59, April 1977

Notes on the cars at Kyalami

After the raveges of the Brazilian GP there was a lot of rebuilding going on in the various teams and also a lot of building of new cars ready for the South African GP. Everybody who mattered managed to get the work done in good time and fly every thing out to Johannesburg the week before the official practice began, some teams finishing off the new cars in the pit lane garages. There were no new...

Page 27 of April 1977 archive issue thumbnail Page 27, April 1977

Race of Champions

Hollow victory for Hunt Brands Hatch, March 20th. Due to the magnanimous and benevolent attitude of the Formula One Constructors Association the annual Race of Champions at Brands Hatch was able to take place as a Formula One event. The Formula One "eminence" has decreed that the hard-worked and busy members of the Association cannot spare the time to take part in more than one non-World...

Page 64 of July 1977 archive issue thumbnail Page 64, July 1977

Off-duty Monaco visitor

on Saturday, returning over-night for the Monaco race on Sunday afternoon. Eventually the rain came down so hard that even the bravest of them gave up and practice was quietly washed away, leaving the morning times counting for the grid positions until the final hour on Saturday afternoon. While the mechanics prepared the cars for the Saturday onslaught the team-managers managed, the driver's did...

Page 57 of May 1977 archive issue thumbnail Page 57, May 1977

The United States Grand Prix west

The Racer's Racer Wins at Home Long Beach, California, April 3rd Despite financial and organisational difficulties, the Californian city of Long Beach once again held its street race at the start of April, although the surroundings are hardly as glamorous as they are in Monaco. The United States Grand Prix West is the name of this Formula One event, the fourth round of the 1977 World Championship...

Page 83 of December 2003 archive issue thumbnail Page 83, December 2003

Lost in action

15 minutes of fameSafir: 1975 British GP F3 race Eleven different chassis competed in British F3 in 1975, but one of the new cars that caught the eye soon disappeared from view. Tim Scott explains why... Compare and contrast. In 1975, sitting on the grid at Thruxton for the opening round of the BP Championship, were two brand-new Formula Three cars: the works Ralt RT1 sat poised for action, about...


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Ford vs Ferrari: The Le Mans '66 Film Special



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