Articles tagged Antonio Brivio

Page 34 of September 1935 archive issue thumbnail Page 34, September 1935

NUVOLARI'S SIXTH COPPA CIANO

EASY VICTORY FOR FERRARI No. 1 AT RECORD SPEED TUFFANELLI (MASERATI) WINS JUNIOR RACE Tazio Nuvolari can very well claim that the Coppa Ciano is his own race. His victory on the Montenero circuit last month was his sixth, and he was very properly feted by an enthusiastic crowd. Truly is Nuvolari a national hero. The " unlimited " and 1,100 c.c. races were run concurrently, the faster cars be ing...

Page 32 of April 1984 archive issue thumbnail Page 32, April 1984

Grand Prix-- History

There are a lot of people who seem to think that Grand Prix racing began in 1950, whereas the first Grand Prix was held in 1906. It was the present points-chasing World Championship for Drivers that began in 1950 but there were Grand Prix races all over Europe and in North Africa in profusion before that date, especially in the late nineteen-twenties and the nineteen-thirties. You only have to...

Page 40 of April 1936 archive issue thumbnail Page 40, April 1936

Cornithmenta_ Notez and. Newz

By OUR CONTINENTAL CORRESPONDENT Kick-off The Pau Grand Prix was a very adequate curtain-raiser to the racing season. No one knew who was going to win until the very last lap, when it looked as though Charles Martin might spring a surprise. However, no one will begrudge Etancelin his victory. " Fiji " seemed to be rather subdued, possibly as a result of his crash at Monza last year, which must...

Page 37 of September 1933 archive issue thumbnail Page 37, September 1933

STRAIGHT FINISHES SECOND IN SWEDISH

STRAIGHT FINISHES SECOND IN SWEDISH SUMMER G.P. On August 6th the Swedish Summer Grand Prix was run over 12 laps of the difficult circuit of Vram, which measures 29 kilometres, giving a total distance of 348 kilometres for the race. The full list of entrants was at follows : Carl I3orje Dahlin (Mercedes-Benz), 011e Bennstrom (Ford)„ Eugen Bjornstad (Alfa Romeo), Axel johnsson (Bugatti), Bo Lindh...

Page 8 of May 1934 archive issue thumbnail Page 8, May 1934

Continental Notes and News

Continental Notes and News By HAROLD NOCKOLDS The " Acceleration Record." IT will be remembered that right at the end of last season a duel accured between Cobb on the Napier-Railton and Ruesch on a 3 litre Maserati for the world's standing start kilometre record. In the end Cobb gained the honours with a time of 25.27 secs., and a speed of 88.52 m.p.h. All the winter Hans Ruesch has nursed his...

Page 24 of May 2006 archive issue thumbnail Page 24, May 2006

This island race

Sidney Millard (Letters, April) may like to know that there was indeed a race in Egypt featuring the circus of Cisitalias that he saw. The year was actually 1947, when Piero Dusio of Cisitalia had the prescient idea of a one-make formula that would travel around and race to order. Unfortunately, apart from the appearance in Egypt, the idea went no further, as Dusio's Swiss financial backers...

Page 40 of February 1935 archive issue thumbnail Page 40, February 1935

Continental Notes and News

Continental Notes and News By HAROLD NOCKOLDS. The Passing of a Famous Designer. IN the death of Arnold Zoller, at Darmstadt last month, the motoring world has lost a pioneer. A Swiss by birth, he was with the Fiat concern for several years • from 1906 onwards, and designed some of the early racing engines. Even in those days Zoller was an ardent upholder of mechanical developments which are...

Page 49 of October 1935 archive issue thumbnail Page 49, October 1935

NUVOLARI WINS MODENA RACE

NUVOLARI WINS MODENA RACE The fourth Circuit of Modena was held on September 15„ and attracted an all I talian entry of drivers. The only " foreign " car in the field was Cecchini's M.G. Magnette, in the 1,100 c.c. class. There were two races. In the first, the 1,100 c.c. and 1,500 c.c. cars battled together, . while the " bolides " had a special race afterwards. The small car race was delayed a...

Page 94 of May 2008 archive issue thumbnail Page 94, May 2008

Case solved... after 73 years

Nuvolari’s victory over the Silver Arrows in the 1935 German GP is known as one of his greatest drives. For years rumour suggested that Alfa Romeo had fitted a bigger engine, diminishing the scale of his achievement. Now we finally have the answers to this long-running debate By Simon Moore Money has always counted in Grand Prix racing. In the early 1930s state funding was helping Mercedes and...

Page 20 of July 1935 archive issue thumbnail Page 20, July 1935

NUVOLARI IN FORM AT BIELLA

NUVOLARI IN FORM AT BIELLA THE FERRARI CHIEF WINS, BUT GUISEPPE FARINA STEALS HIS THUNDER. VARZI FAILS TO START. THE second Circuit of I3iella was scheduled to take place on June 16th, thereby clashing with the Eifelrennen on the Nurburg Ring. By a stroke of good fortune, in the form of the cancellation of the Prix Reale di Roma, the organisers were able to change the date to June 9th. This...

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