Articles tagged Burkard Bovensiepen

Page 84 of May 1976 archive issue thumbnail Page 84, May 1976

German high performers

How the big names of racing and tuning have survived the fuel drought For a country which seems to have the most stable economic base in Europe, West Germany displayed astonishing panic symptoms when the fuel crisis threatened to interfere with its Utopia. The motor car, the very life-blood of practically every German, overnight became a dirty word, leadfoot autobahners turned into mimsers, and...

Page 66 of April 1976 archive issue thumbnail Page 66, April 1976

Jaguar Journey

To Munich by XJ-S Express "It's a black day for Stuttgart and Modena", cried British Leyland's advertising on the day they announced the Jaguar XJ-S. They might well have added Munich, West Bromwich and Newport Pagnell to the challenge. Would this ambitious new sporting (but not "sports") Jaguar live up to the standards to which it aspired? A drive in an automatic version through the Cotswolds...

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