Articles tagged Bill Binnie

Page 22 of September 2004 archive issue thumbnail Page 22, September 2004

Around the tracks

Le Mans Classic: Herbert heads triple success of Le Mans veterans Victories for three former 24 Hours winners — Johnny Herbert, Jürgen Barth and Jean-Pierre Jaussaud — headlined the second running of the Le Mans Classic. The event was a huge success with around 400 cars spanning 50 years of Le Mans history racing in 18 events during a 24-hour period; each age group of cars raced three times, once...

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Ferrari's 'Thank You' to fans

World Champions Michael Schumacher and Ferrari entertained 60,000 rapturous fans at Mugello on 29 October, just a week after the German secured the Scuderia's first driver's title since Jody Scheckter's in 1979. Schumacher, team-mate Rubens Barrichello and test driver Luca Badoer demonstrated three of the this year's F1-2000 models, with team manager Jean Todt and Ferrari president Luca di...

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Sytner and Listers enjoy a May Bank holiday baking job

Coys International Historic Festival After years of planning and much frantic building activity in the runup to the event, he Coys International Historic Festival heralded the official opening of Britain's newest motorsport facility at Rockingham. After the formal opening ceremonies on Saturday, headlined by a demonstration run by Nigel Mansell in a ChampCar, the historic and classic races ran...

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THE AMERICAN AY HISTORIC FANS IN BRITAIN MAY FLOCK TO GOOD WOOD AND COYS TO GET THEM FILL, BUT IN AMERICA IT'S PEBBLE BEACH AND LAGUNA SECA. GORDON CRUICKSHANK HEADS WEST TO SAMPLE MOTORING USA-STYLE Top row: Privilege and perfection on Pebble Beach's verdant lawns Speed 20 Alvis and sparkling Miller. Middle: Laguna's twists suited Fl dash; David Hobbs switched between racer and TV presenter....

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Ferraris and Maseratis star at Brands Birthday bash

The celebrations of 75 years of Brands Hatch history and 50 years since Ferrari's first grand prix win were dovetailed superbly at the Kent circuit in July. A crowd of around 25,000 was treated to an entertaining blend of racing, both ancient and modern. Guests included Ferrari F1 technical director Ross Brawn, Sir Stirling Moss and three times world champion Sir Jack Brabham. Of particular note...

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Monteverde gets a double helping at Brands

Changeable weather did its best to ruin the second Ferrari Festival at Brands Hatch, but the weekend still proved a delight for fans of the Prancing Horse. The Shell Historic Ferrari/Maserati races provided Carlos Monteverde with an excellent weekend. He won both drum-braked sportscar races in his Ferrari Testa Rossa, and then watched David Franklin win both disc-braked events in his loaned 712....

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Bad luck for Bill Binnie

American Bill Binnie suffered dreadful misfortune during the Brands Hatch 75th anniversary meeting. First, his Maserati 6CM was put off line in qualifying when a car emerged from the pits and Binnie hit the barriers at Paddock Hill Bend, breaking its steering arms. Then on Sunday his ex-Brian Redman/ Clay Regazzoni Ferrari 312PB was dragged along barriers by a tow truck. Fortunately, damage was...

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Golden age returns for sports protos

The European sports prototype trophy is set to feature excellent grids this season with 60 drivers registered in cars from the late 1960s and early 1970s. Topping the field will be Ferrari 312PBs for Bill Binnie and Christian Glasel, while it is hoped that as many as four Alfa Romeo T33s will be racing. Porsche will be well represented with the 917 of Austrian Otto von Jacobs and 908s for August...

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Maserati VS Ferrari at Le Mans historic race

Five Ferrari 512Ms and a 512S are expected to head the sensational scarlet line-up for the special Shell Historic Ferrari-Maserati Challenge race which will run immediately before the 24 Hours sportscar classic at Le Mans on the morning ofJune 17. The field for the 45-minute tribute to the Prancing Horse will include British veteran David Piper's 250LM and 330P2, a host of 250GT SWBs and GTOs...


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