Articles tagged Carlos Monteverde

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Ferrari 712 Can-Am to go Shell

The mighty seve-litre V12 Ferrari 712 Can-Am car is set to hit the tracks of Europe in the last two rounds of this year's Shell Historical FerrariMaserati Challenge, at Hockenheim and Vallelunga. Built on a cut-down 512S coupe-type frame, the 712 appeared just once as a works entry, when Mario Andretti took a fourth place in the Watkins Glen Can-Am race in July 1971, before being acquired by US...

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London calling

Clashing concours drew a cornucopia of classics to the capital. Time for a quick flit betwixt the two, then London was packed with impressive cars in September, when two major concours coincided. Salon Privé, at Syon Park, has a few years behind it whereas this was the first year at St James Concours. I squirted between the two and came away dazzled by seductive curves. Inaugurated last year at...

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Event of the month - Tour of Spain

A sunnier date added to the experience of an event with a growing reputation. as some ex-F1 stars joined a quality entry. By Paul Lawrence photography by Juan Miguel and Tour of Spain The sixth running of the Tour of Spain delivered a demanding five day mix of special stages on closed roads and races at Jerez and Guadix. Spanish-based Brit John Sheldon took his Lotus Elan to pre-1965 spoils while...

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Monaco historic Grand Prix revived for 2000

Aganst the odds, the second Monaco historic Grand Prix will descend on the principality on May 28th 2000. Despite having lost a million francs on the 1997 event, the Automobile Club de Monaco (ACM) vows the race will become a fixture every two years from 2000 forward. Timed to precede the Monaco Grand Prix, the historic meeting will encompass six separate class races starting with pre-1934 two-...

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Spa Classic Six Hours

Spa Francorchamps, Belgium With seven Ford GT405 in the varied 100-car field, it was no surprise when one of their number won the Spa Classic Six Hours at the end of September. Sports car maestro Ralf Kelleners, on a rare foray into historic racing, did the lion's share in the winning GT40 of Christian Gläsel as they headed the similar car of Leo Voyazides and Simon Hadfield by just under two...

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Tifosi magic

Ferrari/Maserati: Misano More than 50,000 fans attended this Ferrari celebration which induded the final rounds of the Shell Historic Ferrari Maserati Challenge: wins went to Carlos Monteverde (250 TR), David Franklin (712) and Alexander Boswell in his recently restored 625 F1 car.

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Moss ends racing career

Moss ends racing career Sir Stirling Moss has finally hung up his helmet after more than 60 years of motor racing. The 81-year-old made the decision in characteristic fashion following a qualifying session for the Le Mans Legends event in which he was to race his 1961 Porsche RS 61. "This afternoon I scared myself and I have always said that if I felt I was not up to it, or that I was getting in...



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