Articles tagged Brigitte

Page 99 of May 2011 archive issue thumbnail Page 99, May 2011

A tidy prophet

The shiny decals of Rondel Racing might have caused a few sniggers in F2 paddocks 40 years ago, but Ron Dennis and Neil Trundle set new standards in team image – and they had the last laugh in the years to comeBy Alan Henry Forty years ago on April 17, Palm Sunday, the complexion of European motor racing took the first step towards changing forever. Two pale blue Brabham BT36 Formula 2 cars...

Page 86 of October 2007 archive issue thumbnail Page 86, October 2007

Rosie's bar

Rosie Bernard ran The Chatham in Monaco, haunt of racing drivers, rally men and sailors for decades This extract from her new book  recalls the glamorous days when no visit to Monaco was complete without a drink in ‘Rosie’s Bar’ People often ask me why the drivers came to the Chatham Bar. I think it started with an English aristocrat called Lord Patrick Stewart, who knew quite a few drivers and...

Page 75 of August 2009 archive issue thumbnail Page 75, August 2009

Lunch with Tim Schenken

This affable Aussie made it in F1 and sports cars, and ran his own team, before helping to shape motor sport back home By Simon Taylor What do racers do when they stop racing? All that competitive edge has to go somewhere. Many attack the world of business with the same will to win that they displayed in the cockpit. Others find ways to stay close to the sport, running a team, or even building...


December 2019
Ford vs Ferrari: The Le Mans '66 Film Special



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