Articles tagged Cunningham

Page 18 of January 1992 archive issue thumbnail Page 18, January 1992

Carry on racing

The very existence of the Sportscar World Championship, the modern incarnation of endurance racing, was called into question at the end of the 1991 season. It survived, though by the skin of its teeth, and teams now have exactly one season to pull the series round and make it worthy of the title. Should they not be able to do so, there will be no second chances for 1993. Two-car teams will be run...

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1954 French Grand Prix race report: Mercedes takes scintillating win on debut

Juan Manual Fangio take win from team-mate Karl Kling at the death on Mercedes' F1 world championship debut Photo: Motorsport Images Once again the Automobile Club du Champagne organised a veritable feast of speed for a night and a day, and as last, year the form was a 12-hour sports-car race, from midnight Saturday to midday Sunday, and after a lunch break the French Grand Prix for Formula 1 ...

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THE PACKARD TWIN SIX

THE PACKARD TWIN SIX A TWELVE CYLINDER AUTOMOBILE POSSESSING EXCEPTIONAL SMOOTHNESS, ACCELERATION, AND QUIET SPEED. THE name of Packard has for many years been linked in the minds of European motoring enthusiasts with all that is finest in Transatlantic design and workmanship. For this reason we were especially glad to avail ourselves of the opportunity of putting one of the latest Twin-Six...

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Les 24 Heures du Mans, 1953

Magnificent Victory by Jaguar – All Records Broken Le Mans (Sarthe), June 14th. The Le Mans 24-hour race carries with it more tradition and history than any other event in the minds of most people and the occasion of the XXIst Grand Prix d’Endurance, on June 13th/14th, not only continued this position, but celebrated the 21st birthday by being the first occasion when over 100 m.p.h. has been...

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SPORTING MACHINES ON TEST.

SPORTING MACHINES ON TEST. The T.T. Panther. By "PAUL SADLER." THE firm of Phelon & Moore have been famous for the outstanding reliability of their motor-cycles since the year 1902, when first they opened business. It is only of recent years that they have given serious attention to the production of a really sporting machine, and it is remarkable how quickly they have been successful in...

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