Articles tagged Christian Kautz

Page 17 of June 1936 archive issue thumbnail Page 17, June 1936

INTERNATIONAL TROPHY WON AT 91 M.P.H.

INTERNATIONAL TROPHY WON AT 91 M.P.H. A I-SECOND WIN IN THE INTERNATIONAL TROPHY. "B. BIRA " AND RAYMOND MAYS BOTH DRIVING E.R.A.S IN A THREE-HOUR BATTLE. A GALLANT DRIVE BY DOBBS ON A 2-LITRE UNSUPERCHARGED RILEY INTO THIRD PLACE. The 1936 International Trophy must stand out as one of the best and most exciting events staged at Brooklands. An entry of forty-two formidable cars faced the starter...

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TAZIO NUVOLARI WINS DONINGTON'S GREAT RACE FOR AUTO-UNION

TAZIO NUVOLARI WINS DONINGTON'S GREAT RACE FOR AUTO-UNION IMMENSE CROWDS SPECTATE AT A THRILLING RACE. LANG (MERCEDES-BENZ) AND SEAMAN (MERCEDES-BENZ) SECOND AND THIRD. WELL, the Crisis blew nicely away and the German teams returned to Donington for the postponed Formula Grand Prix, run on October 22nd instead of on October 1st. It was easily the greatest British race ever held. It was started by...

Page 4 of August 1948 archive issue thumbnail Page 4, August 1948

Reports of Recent Events

West of England M.G. Trial  W. A. Cleave (Morris-Special) retained a clean sheet in this event. The only First-Class award went to Ken Burgess'  blown Allard, and the only Second-Class award to Hase's blown "PB" M.G. The Plymouth M.C. netted the team prize. *** San Remo G.P.. This race, run over 85 laps of a sinuous 2.1-mile circuit, attracted 16 starters, but the Alfettes were absent, in...

Page 140 of June 2013 archive issue thumbnail Page 140, June 2013

Doug Nye

Ignoring 'the call'Team orders are a frequent source of debate in modern F1, but such controversies have raged for decades As reverberations persist from Red Bull's Malaysian Grand Prix wrong-way-around 1-2 finish, consider for a moment the 1937 Monaco GP. No two-way radios then, just increasingly frantic pit signals and increasingly disapproving body language — which means plenty of it — from...

Page 128 of July 2009 archive issue thumbnail Page 128, July 2009

The ghosts of Reims

An opportunity to run an Auto Union V12 at the French circuit triggered a nostalgia trip Iguess it happens to all enthusiasts. When you have a memory jam-packed with motor sporting stories, sights and sounds – both experienced first-hand and absorbed over years of reading and listening to our forebears – there are times when it doesn’t take much to trigger a brainstorm of nostalgia, and sometimes...

Page 38 of March 1937 archive issue thumbnail Page 38, March 1937

A TOUR OF THE CONTINENT

TOUIP Cif II-11E CCNTINIE%11 By OUR CONTINENTAL REPRESENTATIVE Plans for the Season Continental motor-racing plans are now almost complete for the coming season, several teams having been already formed and great activity is being made in the various camps. Merckies-Benz having fixed their first three drivers in Caracciola, Lang and Seaman. Of Caracciola, enough is already known. Lang was...

Page 26 of June 1936 archive issue thumbnail Page 26, June 1936

FAST MOTORING AT DONINGTON

FAST MOTORING AT DONINGTON CHARLIE MARTIN (MONOPOSTO ALFA-ROMEO) BREAKS TEN-LAP RECORD AND RAISES SINGLE-LAP SPEED TO 71.55 M.P.H. SEAMAN'S REBUILT DELAGE SCORES WIN IN TWO RACES. After opening with the large-scale spectacle of the British Empire Trophy at the beginning of the season, Donington returned to something of its old ways with the series of five and ten-lap races which took place on May...

Page 58 of December 1986 archive issue thumbnail Page 58, December 1986

Chatting with Cholmondeley Tapper

The Editor meets a well-known pre-war racing driver I was delighted when I met Mr. T.P. Cholmondeley Tapper, whom I had so often seen driving in pre-war motor races, at last summer's Brooklands Reunion. The other day I drove from Wales to his home in Oxfordshire to have a further talk with him. Before the war the British racing motorist was a pretty insular person, racing mainly at Brooklands and...

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Team Managers - Alfred Neubauer

To begin a new series, Chris Nixon portrays the man who created the Team Manager's post, and led Mercedes into the history books. Mercedes-Benz went to Monza for the 1938 Italian Grand Prix fully expecting to win. And with good reason, for their 3-litre supercharged W154 had won all six of the previous races and really all they had to do was to turn up and victory would be theirs. So confident...

Page 33 of March 1950 archive issue thumbnail Page 33, March 1950

Club News

We Hear The "500" movement is catching on in Australia, where the Hooper-Special with J.A.P. engine has set up a N.S.W. s.s. ¼-mile record for cars up to 750-c.c., of 16.71 sec. John Crouch has ordered a Cooper 1,000 and Paynter is thinking of building a car of this type. A 1939 3-litre Lagonda engine and an old de Dion engine have come to light at a farm near Carlisle, a reader informs us. We...

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