Articles tagged Carlo Vogele

Page 108 of October 2004 archive issue thumbnail Page 108, October 2004

Bristish aces star at Californian Ferrari festival

Laguna Seca | Aug 13-15 The 31st running of the USA's top historic race meeting drew over 400 entries to California's Laguna Seca circuit. A fifth of the entry was made up of Ferraris, Maranello's finest being the featured marque for 2004. Fittingly, a mouthwatering lineup of 250GTOs graced the event, with estimates putting their number at more than half of the production run. The GTO pack had a...

Page 6 of February 2000 archive issue thumbnail Page 6, February 2000

Coys historic festival plans aim to draw F1 stars

As exclusively revealed in Motor Sport, 50 years of the World Championship will be showcased at this year's Coys International Historic Festival at Silverstone. Following the British Grand Prix's move to Easter Sunday, April 23, the circuit's second biggest fixture will run on July 21-23. The meeting comes forward a week to split the Austrian and German GPs, raising hopes that a record number of...

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Down on the farm

GTO Engineering’s home may be in renovated agricultural buildings, but the only livestock in sight is painted on the scarlet flanks of the machinery inside. Words: Gordon Cruickshank. Photography: Charlie Hopkinson A Berkshire farmyard. Around its four sides I see clay tiles, old brick, knotty beams, magnesium alloy glinting in the sun… Not the average farmyard, then. No Massey Fergusons, no...

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Historic Season Preview 2000

For the historic motor racing fan this season promises to be the biggest and best yet. Marcus Pye looks ahead for ways to while away a summer weekend History, by its very definition, grows inexorably. Every segment of time consigns its predecessor to the past, leaving memories spanning the full gamut of emotions. The duration of a calendar is pre-defined, for a year is a year, but the pace of...

Page 81 of July 2003 archive issue thumbnail Page 81, July 2003

Alfa Romeo 158/159

X-ray spec The beautiful Alfetta was a post-war sensation. Only one is still racing. Keith Howard quizzes the man who knows it inside-out – Tony Merrick Very few Italians would be inclined to acknowledge it, but the unique competition record of the Alfa 158, the original Alfetta, arguably owes as much to the rise of National Socialism in Germany as to the talents of its legendary designer...

Page 18 of November 2011 archive issue thumbnail Page 18, November 2011

Pebble Beach

The world in general and America in particular may be gripped by fears of economic meltdown, but in one scenic corner of the Golden State for at least one weekend in August you'd have thought boom time was back again. On the lawns of Pebble Beach a collection of motor cars assembled unlike any in the world. While both Goodwood and Silverstone celebrated the Jaguar E-type's 50th anniversary, the...


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Ultimate Porsche: The Most Ruthless Racer Ever Built



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