Articles tagged Chris Sanders

Page 38 of November 2001 archive issue thumbnail Page 38, November 2001

Goodwood Revival

St Mary's Trophy(20 laps) The first eight laps of this extended, two-driver touring car race had the crowd on its feet. Once again Justin Law was proving no respecter of reputations as he set about Gerry Marshall on this occasion. The latter may need an electric buggy to get around the paddock these days, but put him behind the wheel and it all comes flooding back. The joy of his driving is that...

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Jason's a Merlyn wizard

HSCC: Cadwell Park Jason Minshaw reminded everyone of his outright pace by taking Historic Formula Ford spoils at the HSCC's annual foray to Cadwell Park. His Merlyn Mk20 came out on top after an entertaining contest with Paul Sleeman's Macon MR8. Local ace Neil Dunkel secured the Classic F3 honours ahead of Frank Gomm's ex-Piquet Ralt RT1, while other single-seater winners included Matthew Watts...

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Inside line: Nick Whale

With historic rally and race cars on hand, he has the best of both worlds What events have you done this season? Two rounds of the British Historic Rally Championship, one forest and one Tarmac, five races in the E-type, including Goodwood, and I shared a Lotus Cortina with Chris Sanders in the FIA Historic series. I'm very privileged to have such a choice of cars. What's the history of the E-...

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Wheel to wheel -- the month in historic motorsport

Hanson takes debut win in Surtees -- European Historic Grand Prix: Zolder, July 2/3 James Hanson was the star of the 31st running of the European Historic Grand Prix at Zolder as he took a first and a second in Grand Prix Masters on his historic racing debut. Hanson, aboard the ex-Tim Schenken Surtees TS9B, shared the GPM wins with Peter Wuensch (Wolf WR1).  Hanson, who last competed in 2003 in...

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The time of March

For three days each year, racing turns the clocks back. Paul Lawrence is your guide to a stupendous event which celebrates everything that made our sport glorious Goodwood is simply the best. It is a happening that has to be experienced to be fully appreciated. On the track, star cars and star drivers pack the 13-race programme; off the track, it is a magical weekend that recreates the Goodwood...

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Gold Cup celebrates 50th

HSCC | Oulton Park | Aug 29-30 HGPCA victories for John Harper and Barrie Williams and a double Gp4 success for Martin O'Connell topped the third Gold Cup Revival at Oulton Park. Unfortunately, a back op kept Sir Stirling Moss away, but fellow Gold Cup victors Sir Jack Brabham and Roy Salvadori were on hand to mark the Golden Anniversary of this famous race. Both men would prove to have strong...

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Event of the month -- Grand Prix Historique de Pau

American Duncan Dayton cleaned up at Pau with three wins in a meeting chock full of action and accidents. Report by Paul Lawrence -- photography by Jim Houlgraye Duncan Dayton was the undisputed king of Pau 2005. The American plundered three of the major races in his brace of Brabhams as the famous city circuit hosted a fabulous weekend of historic racing. With the snow-capped peaks of the...

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Cobra's sting in the tale

The annual six-hour classic race at Spa provided rich pickings for British crews, even though the two leading Ford GT4Os were excluded after post-race scrutineering. Jaguar enthusiast Allen Lloyd teamed up with preparation ace Gerry Wainwright to take the che-quered flag from the similar car of Chris Chiles and Philip Walker, but both cars were later removed from the results. That handed victory...

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Dodd scores as Garrad has victory levered from his grasp

A hard battle for the lead of the Historic Racing Saloon race was the main attraction at this HSCC meeting in early August. Simon Garrad's BMW 2000 had the pace to win, but his gearlever broke off on lap four, forcing a retirement. Graeme Dodd's Jaguar Mkll then took the lead, and had to withstand feisty attacks from the Lotus Cortina of Chris Sanders. At the flag, Dodd got the nod by just 0....

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Barbot wired in Lola T70

World Sportscar Masters Lola T70s emerged victorious in 11 out of 12 World Sportscar Masters races in 2005. Only when Paul Knapfield campaigned his Ferrari 512BB at the Nürburgring was the Huntingdon marque denied the top step of the podium. Out of those 11 wins, Carlos Barbot claimed five of them. The Portuguese continued his dominance at Pau with a double win and backed that up at Dijon before...


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