Articles tagged Creighton Brown

Page 59 of December 1984 archive issue thumbnail Page 59, December 1984

mclaren international

McLaren International 1984 WHEN Bruce McLaren left the Cooper team and started his own company, called Bruce McLaren Motor Racing Limited, his main interest was Formula One racing, and though his team made a good name for itself at Indianapolis and in Can-Am racing, Bruce always insisted on Formula One being its major activity. He could see that technically Formula One was ahead of any other sort...

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Interview; Hugh Chamberlain

In amongst the big boys Life was not easy in 1988 for anyone trying to beat Spice Engineering in the World Sports-Prototype Group C2 Championship. But then, it wasn't easy in 1987, or 1986, or1985. The team which came nearest last year was the Spice customer team run by Hugh Camberlain, a burly ex-policeman who came to world-class competitions via a happy era in Clubmans racing. In contrast to...

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Lunch with... Gordon Murray

One of Formula 1’s greatest innovators is still finding new engineering challenges By Simon Taylor A genius, according to the Oxford Dictionary, is someone “possessing exceptional intellectual or creative power”. It’s an overused word, but that definition describes Gordon Murray perfectly. We know him for his achievements in the world of Formula 1, but his brain is equally at home exploring...

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Famous five? McLaren prepares to broaden its motor racing attack. . . McLaren is charting a course to join Porsche and Ferrari, the 'greats’ in endurance racing, with a fleet of five Gordon Murray designed F1 GTR Grand Touring cars being prepared for the 1995 season. Ray Bellm, former World Champion C2 Sportscar driver, is the only entrant who has revealed his intention to run a 627...

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1989 Japanese Grand Prix report: Nannini wins whilst Prost takes title

Prost wins title as Senna is disqualified, Nannini wins race Would Benetton unwittingly have played a role in influencing the outcome of the World Championship? That was one of the intriguing questions spewed out of the volcano that was the 1989 Japanese Grand Prix, an event that capped one of the most acrimonious and controversial seasons motorsport's supposedly glittering prize has had to...



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