Articles tagged Clifford

Page 8 of September 1993 archive issue thumbnail Page 8, September 1993

Obituary Davey Allison

NASCAR racing was only just coming to terms with the loss of reigning champion, Alan Kulwicki, in an light 'plane accident in April, when Davey Allison, one of Kulwicki's main adversaries in last year's absorbing title contest, succumbed to injuries sustained when his helicopter crash-landed at Talladega. It was another cruel jolt to the American stock car fraternity as a whole, and a devastating...

Page 66 of April 1994 archive issue thumbnail Page 66, April 1994

The Test That Went Wrong

The Test That Went Wro In the earlier days of motoring, car owners paid great attention to tyres. Punctures were frequent, skids dreaded, and the mileages obtainable from the covers of the pre-1914 era were very miserable indeed. No wonder there was endless controversy about which was the best equipment to invest in. Choice wasn't easy, with 31 different makes — and I mean makes, not types, of...

Page 24 of October 2003 archive issue thumbnail Page 24, October 2003

Inside line: Edwin Jowsey

Meet historing racing's very own hotshoe. He's just 18, yet he handles an F5000 like an old pro. But what are his long-term plans? What is your racing background? I did six kart races to get my licence when I was 16 so that I could start racing my dad Clifford's Formula Junior Lotus 22 in 2001, which he had raced for five or six years. Last year I raced that and the Brabham BT28 in Classic Racing...

Page 28 of March 1933 archive issue thumbnail Page 28, March 1933

VERS LE BOUT!

VERS LE BOUT! COLD AND ICE MAKE THE TWELFTH MONTE CARLO RALLY• THE MOST STRENUOUS EVER HELD. THIS year, as on previous occasions Athens was the most distant, and therefore the most highly marked of the starting places for the Monte Carlo Rally. Fifteen starters presented themselves, but the going was too hard for nearly all of them. The last to give up was Rupert Riley, who had successfully...

Page 54 of September 2004 archive issue thumbnail Page 54, September 2004

Bobby Allison: stars & swipes

For more than 20 years he went fender to fender — and occasionally toe to toe — in racing's toughest gig: NASCAR. He scored 84 wins, but they came at a heavy personal cost. By Damien Smith Where do you start with a man like Bobby Allison? So many races, so many wins, cars, teams; the anecdotes, the laughter, the disappointments... the tragedy. A life dedicated to the gladiatorial world of stock...

Page 6 of February 1939 archive issue thumbnail Page 6, February 1939

A CASE OF OVER ENTHUSIASM

A CASE OF OVER ENTHUSIASM MICHAEL McEVOY and G. Mackenzie Junner, F.R.S.A., M.I.A.E., M.Inst.Met., have both been pleading for races for oil-engined cars, because they believe that racing would improve the breed and hasten the general utilisation of the oil engine in the private car field. McEvoy would like the International Formula to stipulate Oil-Engine Grands Prix, but Mackenzie Jimuer is...

Page 2 of January 1931 archive issue thumbnail Page 2, January 1931

A HARDY ANNUAL

A HARDY ANNUAL GOOD ENTRY AND SPORTING COURSE FOR THE LONDON-GLOUCESTER ALTHOUGH one cannot remember the LondonGloucester ever starting from London, it used not only to go to Gloucester, but to return thence to the start. Having for some years now refrained from going to Gloucester it now elects to finish in the wilds instead of at home. All these changes of route, however, have not altered the...

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