Articles tagged Barry Lee

Page 60 of June 1999 archive issue thumbnail Page 60, June 1999

One giant leap

When Ford dropped a rorty competition engine into a compact family car called Escort, it created a new breed of rally winner overnight. John Davenport was there. In the summer of 1967, Tony Fall and Mike Wood won the Danube Rally, a counter in the European Rally Championship, driving a BMC 1800. Irreverently known as the 'Land Crab' this uncharismatic rally car came home ahead of Renault R8...

Page 76 of February 1978 archive issue thumbnail Page 76, February 1978

Rallycross

A surprisingly large crowd at the non-Championship Brands Hatch Rallycross, on Monday, January 2nd, bore witness to the fact that the sport, at one time contested by all the major works teams and drivers, is on the verge of emerging once again as a major off-road attraction. Born in the 1960s as a means of padding out Saturday afternoon television sports programmes, Rallycross progressed rapidly...

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