Articles tagged Clark

Page 17 of August 1962 archive issue thumbnail Page 17, August 1962

The Solitude Grand Prix

Stuttgart, July 15th. It was unfortunate that the Solitude-rennen had to be held in the middle of July, for it came between the French Grand Prix and the British Grand Prix, and due to the proximity of these two major events the German race suffered in entries. After the mechanical mortality at Rouen the Solitude entry suffered even more. The date chosen was beyond the control of the A.D.A.C. as...

Page 12 of July 1965 archive issue thumbnail Page 12, July 1965

Belgian Grand Prix

Scotland Forever Spa, Belgium June 13th. THE factory teams were out in force for the Belgian Grand Prix on the 14.1-kilometre Francorchamps circuit, through the wooded hills and valleys near Malmedy and Stavelot, and the Royal Automobile club of Belgium assured each team two starting grid positions, irrespective of the fact that three of the number-two drivers had never been to the Spa-...

Page 28 of February 1963 archive issue thumbnail Page 28, February 1963

The 9th South African Grand Prix

Graham Hill and B.R.M. Clinch World Championships EAST LONDON, Saturday, December 29th, 1962. The 1962 Formula One World Championship season closed with the 9th South African Grand Prix at East London. Although this is the 9th South African Grand Prix, it is the first Championship event in South Africa and the most important International event yet staged in this pleasant country. East London is...

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