Articles tagged Denis Hulme

Page 14 of October 1966 archive issue thumbnail Page 14, October 1966

Karlskoga Formula Two race

(August 21st) Jack Brahham and Denis Hulme continued their domination of the 1966 Formula Two season with the Brabham-Hondas, the team leader using a new car which is the prototype of his 1967 cars. Most of the regular F.2 contenders went to Sweden for the 30-lap race and played the usual game of "try and catch the Honda.". Results: 30 laps-60 kilometres 1st: 

Page 39 of June 1965 archive issue thumbnail Page 39, June 1965


An Interesting Experiment OULTON PARK, May 1st. AFTER some rather uninspiring years at Goodwood, the T.T. moved to the pleasant parkland circuit at Oulton Park for this year's race, and was organised by the B.A.R.C. for the R.A.C., with the co-operation of the Cheshire Car Circuit Ltd., and financed by the Senior Service cigarette company. Somehow, the idea of a T.T. race on anything other than a...

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Road America

With only a week between the fifth and sixth rounds (and less than that to overhaul the machinery), a number of cars appeared at the Road America circuit in Wisconsin in far from perfect mechanical condition. The Shadow did not appear at all, although Elford did obtain a ride in an older but unsorted Lola T70. Another English driver making his second Can-Am appearance of the year was David Hobbs...

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Can-Am 1970

Laguna Seca The Castrol Grand Prix, the ninth round of this year's Can-Am series was run at the challenging Laguna Seca circuit in Monterey, California, and marked the first time this season that all the main contenders appeared at the same time. In addition to Denis Hulme and Peter Gethin in the works McLaren M8Ds, Chris Amon was making his second appearance in the works STP March 707, BRM had...

Page 15 of November 1968 archive issue thumbnail Page 15, November 1968

American Comment

The challenge has been put back into the Canadian-American Challenge Cup series. Although the works McLaren team of Bruce McLaren and Denis Hulme remains the strongest, its stranglehold has been broken and the series has become far more competitive and interesting. In the three Can-Am races following the opener at Road America, the McLaren team finished first and second in one, was eliminated...

Page 38 of March 1971 archive issue thumbnail Page 38, March 1971

Rare car: a vintage straight-eight Renault

When I heard that a straight-eight Renault was to be found in this country I thought that it might offer material for another White Elephant safari. Contact was made and one foggy January morning I pointed a Range Rover up the M1, heading for the abode of this rare Renault. Soon we came to a halt as a result of the inevitable Motorway shunt but the mile-long traffic tangle was sorted out...

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Before We Lose Track

Before We Lose Track THE McLaren firm have built racing cars for almost every type of racing, and even built a prototype road car, their model numbering running neatly in sequence from number one. The 1974 Formula One cars were M23 models and altogether nine were built M.23/1—Yardley team car for Mike Hailwood. Crashed in practice at Nurburgring. Rebuilt as Show-car for Denis Hulme. M23/2—Show...

Page 55 of September 1966 archive issue thumbnail Page 55, September 1966

Reflections on the Dutch Grand Prix

ONE of the best things in the Dutch G.P. was to see Brabham and Hulme working together, to fend off the attacks of Jim Clark, not for the benefit of any individual but for the good of the Brabham team. In this age of "Driver Racing" rather than "Motor Racing," where the lay enthusiast puts all the emphasis-on the man and none on the machine, there has been little encouragement for drivers in the...

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51st Grand Prix de I'A.C.F.

Those Scots again Clermont Ferrand, France, June 27th. THE French, like the British, seem unable to decide on a real home for their classic Grand Prix event, and after fluctuating between Reims and Rouen for some years, this year it was taken down into central France to the Circuit of Charade, near Clermont Ferrand. This is a circuit constructed by the Automobile Club d'Auvergne in the hills near...

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Can-Am—Revson clinches title

Laguna Seca, California, October 17th. Peter Revson won the Monterey-Castrol Grand Prix over the hilly, 1.9-mile Laguna Seca course in mid-October, but his fifth Can-Am victory of the year was marred by a total lack of competence on the part of the race organisers. After taking the lead at the start of the 90-lap, 171-mile event, Revson had little trouble seeing off his principal opposition—...



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