Articles tagged Bert Ray

Page 52 of February 1976 archive issue thumbnail Page 52, February 1976

1976 National Single-Seater Prospects

An abundance of British single-seaters exists in Britain —but how many categories can prosper? We may be in the depths of economic depression, but you have to dig well below the surface to discover any depression where British championship motor racing is concerned. A few months ago we discussed the prospects for saloon cars in Britain and Europe, but on this occasion we will try to restrict...

Page 22 of April 2006 archive issue thumbnail Page 22, April 2006


Letter of the month Cars, beer and girls I enjoyed Gordon Cruickshank's article on the Tasman Series, which was almost a second World Championship at its peak between 1966-69. The '66 and '67 series ere match races between Jackie Stewart and Jim Clark probably the most even contests between the two masters from the Scottish lowlands. Stewart scored a great win in the '67 New Zealand GP, holding...

Page 65 of September 2004 archive issue thumbnail Page 65, September 2004

The man who might have been Mansell

He was a British Formula Three champion. He impressed Lotus, then turned them down. No matter, Ron Dennis was a big fan of his. Yep, the future was looking bright for Stephen South. So how did it all go wrong? Adam Cooper is the first Journalist to ask him in over 20 years... As a teenager, I was always keen to see talented young Brits make progress. When Geoff Lees, Tiff Needell, Derek Warwick...


January 2020
Racing Rivalries: The 25 most explosive battles between drivers, teams, cars... and families.



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