Articles tagged Clive Hulme

Page 30 of September 2003 archive issue thumbnail Page 30, September 2003

The bear facts

Gruff and insular, Denny Hulme was always a reluctant star who gave away little about himself. Adam Cooper talks to the two women who knew him best in search of a clearer picture Between this year's Australian and Malaysian grands prix, Mrs C and I used up a free week with our first visit to New Zealand. On our travels around the wonderful countryside we came across the town of Te Puke. It was a...

Page 14 of July 1992 archive issue thumbnail Page 14, July 1992

Hard men and histrionics

To Monaco came a welcome reminder of the days when Grand Prix drivers endured pain with clenched teeth and sealed lips Television viewers the world over cannot have failed to observe - perhaps even been saddened by - the histrionics of Nigel Mansell as he sagged, near to collapse, at the end of the Principality's 50th Grand Prix. I found myself wondering what Denis Clive Hulme made of it. At the...

Page 15 of November 1992 archive issue thumbnail Page 15, November 1992

Farewell to The Bear

The son of Clive Hulme, who had won a VC in Crete during World War 2, Denis Clive Hulme was an imposing man who inherited his father's flintiness and disdain for fools. On the surface he was a gruff, tough individual, but at times he indulged his sense of humour by scaring interviewers witless, before privately collapsing in titters at their anguish. I was apprehensive the first time I met him....

Page 34 of December 2001 archive issue thumbnail Page 34, December 2001

Clockwork Orange

He may not have been in the same class as Clark or Surtees in F1, but in Can-Am, Denivy Hulme was the man. His muscular style, says Andrew Frankel, suited the magnificent Mclarens, but it was his strength of mind that most remember. Driving the works Mclaren Can-Am cars must have been a surreal and special way to earn a living. First there were the obvious factors such as almost unlimited power...

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