Articles tagged Anthony Marsh

Page 34 of December 1970 archive issue thumbnail Page 34, December 1970

By the Brighton bush telegraph

Members of the press travelled down in a 1932 33-seater ex-Paris Renault 'bus, provided for the occasion by Adams Bristow Ltd. It has a six-cylinder engine giving 67 b. h.p. at the expense of some eight or nine m.p.g.–fortunately National Benzole sponsor the Run–and does 25 m.p.h. * * * In the absence of Miss Hutton-Stott's 1904 Lanchester, Ronald Barker went...

Page 16 of August 1987 archive issue thumbnail Page 16, August 1987

Indianapolis 500

A rookie at the Brickyard After twenty-five years in motor racing, I suddenly found myself a "rookie" — American for a first-timer. I had, in fact, been to the famous track they call the Brickyard once before, but not in the hallowed month of May. Everything felt so different that I really did feel like a newcomer. The Indianapolis 500 is, after all, the world's richest motor race, with a total...

Page 63 of December 1981 archive issue thumbnail Page 63, December 1981

To Brighton in style

The Editor takes the National Motor Museum Trust's 1903 4 1/2-litre Daimler on the RAC Commemoration Run to Brighton At a time when the future of British Leyland looked likely to be at stake, it seemed appropriate in a way to take on this year's Renault UK-sponsored Veteran Car Run from London to Brighton in the 1903 Daimler from the National Motor Museum at Beaulieu, because it has definite...

Page 18 of December 1961 archive issue thumbnail Page 18, December 1961

Motor Show attendance

578,034 people visited the Earls Court Motor Show, an increase of 149,497 over the 1960 attendance.

Page 179 of September 1999 archive issue thumbnail Page 179, September 1999

Madgwick Moments

For two decades Goodwood served as a proving ground for racers, team owners and mechanics. Mark Hughes asks some to recall the lighter times at the track. Rob Walker - renowned privateer team owner "In 1957 after practice was over, Stirling came over to me. In those days you'd have a general mixed session for half an hour at the end of the day where anything could run, so there were MGs mixed up...

Page 21 of April 1985 archive issue thumbnail Page 21, April 1985

Formula One Preview

The 1985 season of Formula One Grand Prix racing gets under way in April after a pretty busy winter of testing by most of the teams. The only serious change in the regulations has been that the rear "wings" have been clipped, the additional side "winglets" that most people have been using have been outlawed so that rear aerofoils have now become quite tidy and neat contraptions. A major change...

Page 68 of October 2002 archive issue thumbnail Page 68, October 2002

Bob Anderson: The call that never came

One of the last true privateers, Bob Anderson never received the recognition from the works teams he craved —and his efforts probably deserved. Adam Cooper explains On the face of it, Bob Anderson's third place in the 1964 Austrian GP was not very special. He finished three laps behind winner Lorenzo Bandini, and only a handful of others survived the two-hour grind around the bland but bumpy...

Page 24 of November 1984 archive issue thumbnail Page 24, November 1984

Reflections in the Eifel

Reflections in the Eifel WHEN the Formula One drivers boycotted the Niirburgring with its challenging 14 miles of winding, twisting, diving, climbing road, because it was too dangerous or too difficult, depending on your outlook, the German Grand Prix went away to the flat and fast Hockenheimring, which was awful by comparison, but time proved that you could get used to anything, and we did. Now...

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