Articles tagged Castle Combe

Page 26 of January 1967 archive issue thumbnail Page 26, January 1967

Track testing the "E"

There are two ways to break into saloon or GT racing. One is to buy the best machine currently available in hope that it will not be superseded too quickly, and the other is to develop the potential in cars which have been left aside because they never were the best available. The latter course is naturally slower and may be just as expensive in the end, if you are doing pioneer development, but...

Page 32 of August 1976 archive issue thumbnail Page 32, August 1976

Tour of Britain

(July 9-11) Rally Drivers Dominate This year the fourth BRSCC-organised Tour of Britain was transformed into a very serious rallying-orientated test of the Group 1 production saloons and the "names" who drove them. The 1,000-mile route covered the Midlands, East Anglia, Wales and the West Country containing a scheduled 171 min. 95 sec. of competition. Some 80 minutes were reserved for the four...

Page 6 of February 1999 archive issue thumbnail Page 6, February 1999

Brands Hatch and Castle Combe to be Revised

Two of Britain's most popular car racing circuits, Brands Hatch and Castle Combe, will be realigned in the interests of greater safety when the 1999 season opens. The major change to Brands Hatch's current layout - the original has been modified many times - concerns the remodelling of Graham Hill Bend (formerly Bottom Bend) which will not only be deeper and tighter than at present, but also...


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