Articles tagged Brabham

Page 18 of June 1964 archive issue thumbnail Page 18, June 1964

Whitsun Race Meetings

500 Kilometers at Spa (May 17th) The Automobile Club of Spa ran a 500-kilometre race for homologated GT cars on the magnificent circuit at Francorchamps in weather that was perfect for spectators but a bit too hot for the drivers. Counting for the Manufacturers' Championship, the race attracted a good entry and 44 cars started, divided into classes of 1,300 c.c.-1,600 c.c., 1,600 c.c.-2,000 c.c...

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PICTORIAL REVIEW 24-Hour Race Le Mans 1,000 K's Nurburgring Belgian Grand Prix Brands Hatch Dutch Grand Prix BRITAIN DOMINATED.—Except for the first mile of the first lop when Graham Hill shot into the lead, the Ferraris dominated the Belgian Grand Prix which was held on the fast Spa-Francorcharnps circuit. Behind Hill is the winner, Phil Hill, while in the Ferrari sandwich of von Trips (left),...

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Looking back with Peter Arundell

On June 2nd Ivan Capelli won the Monaco GP support race and so, according to motor racing lore, is likely to be seen one day in F1. On June 7th the man who dominated the race in the early sixties left England to start a new business and a new life in the States. A driver of brilliant gifts, he graduated to F1, strung together a series of placings, survived a near-fatal accident, fought his way...

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Bank holiday racing

The circus that constitutes International racing in England put on two big shows over the Easter holiday, the B.R.S.C.C. organising a meeting at Snetterton on Good Friday, March 24th, and the B.A.R.C. running the same sort of show, with most of the same performers, at Silverstone on Easter Monday, March 27th. With the demise of the Goodwood circuit the traditional Easter Monday show by the B.A.R....

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The 4th Canadian Grand Prix

Ferrari fast and strong Mont Tremblant—St. Jovite, Sept. 20th. A large section of the Formula One entourage were taken en masse to Canada for the first part of a combined "package deal" to cover the races at St. Jovite, Watkins Glen in the United States, and Mexico City. Housed in one big tent behind the pits of the Mont Tremblant circuit the equipment was arranged for all to see, with packing...

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The French Grand Prix

Another technical step forward Clermont-Ferrand, France, July 5th Before reading this report the one of the Dutch Grand Prix (page 850) together with Reflections on the Dutch Grand Prix (page 858) should be read first, in order to achieve continuity on the Grand Prix scene for 1970. After some rather wild ideas about running the French Grand Prix on the little aerodrome circuit at Albi, common...

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RECENT FORMULA ONE RACES KARLSKOGA (August 20th) This Formula One event, held on the tiny stadium-like track outside the town of Karlskoga in central Sweden, could hardly rank as a Grand Prix, being run over a total distance of less than So kilometres, for a mere few pounds of prize money, but nevertheless the entry contained Bonnier with a works Porsche, Moss with a U.D.T.-Laystall Lotus, Clark...

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Books for the New Year

"Spitfire—The Story of a Famous Fighter," by Bruce Robertson. 211 pp. 11½in. x 8½in.(Harleyford Publications Ltd., Letchworth, Herts. 45s.) Fabulous is the only word I know that describes this latest " Harborough " publication. It is, of course, a history of the famous Supermarine Spitfire fighter aircraft, compiled by Bruce Robertson and a strong team of staff writers. But what a history! It is...

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The Reims 12-Hour Race

A Nice French Event Reims, France, June 24/25th.  Coming only two weeks after the Le Mans 24-Hour Race, the Reims meeting could have suffered from a poor entry, but as it turned out it was a highly successful gathering of private owners and small factory entries that provided a most interesting race. The start was at midnight on Saturday, in the brightly lit pit area, with the 34 starters lined...

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Gentleman Jack

Sir, Congratulations on an excellent May issue. I Particularly enjoyed the two Brabham articles. As a boy in the 1960s I was lucky enough to see the great Australian race several times, both in F1 and F2. I didn't get to a championship Grand Prix though until 1970, Jack's final season, but what an impression he made on this 12-year old. At Brands he harried Rindt's Lotus for lap after lap, took...



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