Motor Sport 2001 calendar sportscars of the 1950s Published by LAT £21.00 (Call 01795 414808)
The ideal Christmas gift for motor racing fans is this selection of Michael Tee photographs. Not only do they portray some of the sexiest cars ever, they also display Tee's blend of imaginative composition and his ability to 'put you there'.
How must it have been to stand by the grid at the start of the...
In the final placings of the competitors in the J.C.C. Jersey race, R. F. Salvadori finished 7th and G. E. Ansell 8th. Our report, and certain other reports, mistakenly reversed these positions.
Hawke's Bay S.C.C Speed Trial
Fifty vehicles participated in this New Zealand event, a cinder-car covering the mile in 19.0 sec. on a demonstration run. F.t.d. was made by Haley's Ford V8...
The Maestro always admired Alfa Romeo’s 159, which brought him his first World Championship. Today just three survive – and we had the honour of driving one
They called it ‘Alfetta’ – the little Alfa, because that’s what it was. Unable to stay the relentless pace of the Silver Arrow steamroller, in 1937 Alfa Romeo charged Gioacchino Colombo with designing a monoposto racing car in which to go...