Articles tagged Chris Lambert

Page 42 of September 1968 archive issue thumbnail Page 42, September 1968

Road Impressions of:— The B.M.W. 2002

Fast, Safe, Thoroughly Satisfying, this German 2-litre Two-door Saloon is One of the World's Best Family-type Cars and Remarkable Value at £1,597. A Top Speed of 110 m.p.h. and 93 m.p.h. in 3rd gear Last year Motor Sport published a very favourable report on the Frazer Nash-B.M.W. 2000TI. In producing the 2002 the famous Munich Company has built an even better motor car and one which, with the 1,...

Page 103 of January 2006 archive issue thumbnail Page 103, January 2006

Simon Taylor's Notebook

The Grovewood Awards and their successors have always recognised young talent, but they can't foretell the future When circuit boss John Webb dreamed up the Grovewood Awards in 1963, his idea was to help one or two young British and Commonwealth hopefuls on their way. It was a low-key effort back then: Webby asked three journalists to meet him in a pub and thrash out which young driver should...

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The memorial that matters

A pilgrimage to the site where Jim Clark died surprised our former staffer who reported on that fateful race at Hockenheim. It was harder to find than he expectedBy Andrew Marriott The weekend of April 6-7 1968 was somewhat hectic for me. As a Motoring News staffer it was my task to head off to Hockenheim to report and photograph, for both MN and Motor Sport, the opening round of the European...

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Letters

Sir, John Barnard is rightly credited with the first carbon-fibre monocoque for the Chaparral 2K, but it is hardly surprising that this marque should have been receptive to the material when Jim Hall and Hap Sharp had built a complete glassfibre chassis for their mid-engine Chaparral 2 sports car in 1963. The company had first run a chin spoiler on the Chaparral 1 in the 1962 season and used one...

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