Articles tagged Dan Cox

Page 14 of May 2005 archive issue thumbnail Page 14, May 2005

Event of the month -- Donington Park HSCC

David Clark gave his ex-Chris Amon Elva victory in its first race for 38 years, while Neil Fowler and Steve Maxted took thrillers -- Report by Paul Lawrence, photography by Charlie Wooding In the car's first race since 1967, an elated David Clark guided the ex-Chris Amon Elva Mk8 to victory in the Classic Sports Car race as the HSCC season opened at Donington. Thrilling wins for Neil Fowler in...

Page 26 of September 2004 archive issue thumbnail Page 26, September 2004

Around the tracks

HSCC Superprix: Brands Hatch Gary Pearson's big cat laps up the double cream The 15th running of the annual HSCC Superprix at Brands Hatch in July will be remembered for the stunning Group C/GTP and Orwell Supersports races in which Gary Pearson (Jaguar XJR11) and John Burton (Chevron B26) both scored notable double victories. Among a fabulous Group C/GTP entry, Pearson in the JD Classics car had...

Page 109 of December 2004 archive issue thumbnail Page 109, December 2004

Godfrey and Harper shine in spray

Godfrey and Harper shine in spray HSCC I Silverstone I Oct 16 Very unpleasant weather conditions, which contributed to a nasty startline shunt in the Derek Bell Trophy race, took the edge off the HSCC's end-of-season meet. Nevertheless, some excellent racing cut through the gloom, notably in the '70s Road Sports Championship. With the title assured after Jai Sharma's Lancia Fulvia consumed its...

Page 102 of July 2005 archive issue thumbnail Page 102, July 2005

Pace notes -- your guide to what's coming up...

Street action heads south -- GP do Porto Portugal, July 9/10: The inaugural Grande Premio do Porto is one of the most eagerly awaited events of the 2005 historic racing programme. Over the weekend of July 9/10, the clock will be turned back 45 years to the second and final Portuguese Grand Prix at the daunting street circuit in Oporto. Though now shortened to 2.7 miles, the new Boavista track is...

Page 115 of March 2005 archive issue thumbnail Page 115, March 2005

Talk curve -- Historic motorsport insight -- Angling for success

At 33, Dan Cox is 10 years younger than the Ford Anglia he races in the Historic Racing Saloon Register Championship. However, his heart is firmly with old cars, reports Paul Lawrence "There has got to be a defect in my genes," says Dan Cox of his passion for 1960s cars. His younger brother Ben goes even further back, owning an ex-Hamish Moffat Bugatti with which he tackles VSCC trials and...

Page 92 of January 2006 archive issue thumbnail Page 92, January 2006

Anglia makes big catch

HSCC Historic Racing Saloon Championship Huge grids and some glorious David-and-Goliath racing typified a stupendous season for the HSCC/Historic Racing Saloon Register series. Allowing rather more technical freedom than the FIA Appendix K regulations certainly didn't affect grids for one of the best championships in British historic racing. Dan Cox emerged as a worthy champion. His 1.5-litre...

Page 96 of July 2005 archive issue thumbnail Page 96, July 2005

Wheel to wheel -- the month in historic motorsport

Viaro takes dream win in Brescia -- Mille Miglia,  May 19-21 The 23rd annual Mille Miglia Retrospective was a landmark event for former Italian rally champion Luciano Viaro, who finally achieved a long-held ambition in winning the famous event. Still running over a largely original 1000-mile route, the Mille Miglia of the 21st century is a rather more sedate regularity rally than in the heyday of...

Page 104 of November 2004 archive issue thumbnail Page 104, November 2004

Barrie and Dodd burst out of the Mallory mist

HSCC I Mallory Park I Oct 3 A storming Historic Roadsports victory by Robert Barrie's Porsche 911S was one of the highlights at a soaking wet HSCC Mallory Park. Utilising the Porsche's grip on the treacherous track, Barrie defeated the challenge of Adam Ormandy (Elan) and Chris Burbury (TR5) to score a fine win. Burbury scented a victory as he hunted Ormandy, but then found out just how slippery...


January 2020
Racing Rivalries: The 25 most explosive battles between drivers, teams, cars... and families.



Sign up to our newsletters
The latest news, straight to your inbox – click below to sign up to the newsletter list.



The Motor Sport App
Carry Motor Sport with you, wherever you go. On iOS, Android and Kindle.


Noticed a mistake on this page?

Tell Us About It