Articles tagged Duncan Rabagliati

Page 42 of November 1984 archive issue thumbnail Page 42, November 1984

Lister Postscript

Lister Postscript DUNCAN RABAGLIATI of the Formula One Register has reminded us thus, contrary to the impression we gave in "The Other Cars of Brian Lister" (MOTOR SPORT, August 1984), the 1957 F2 Lister-Climan was raced by Archie Scott-Brown. The car practised for the Fl/F2 International Trophy at Silverstone (14.9.57) managing 1 min 54.0 sec (Cliff Allison did 1 min 46 sec in his F2 Lotus 12 in...

Page 68 of June 2006 archive issue thumbnail Page 68, June 2006

Formula Junior

What championships are there? Millers Oils Historic Formula Junior Championship (UK); FIA Lurani Trophy (Europe); Scuderia Madunina (Italy) – plus non-championship races. What's the class structure? Pre-61 front-engined (divided into Lancia and Fiat engines; Ford, BMC and other units); pre-61 rear-engined; post-60 (divided into drum brakes and disc brakes). How much do they cost? Expect to pay £...

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CHRISTOPHER HILTON, AUTHOR of numerous racing-driver biographies and Murray Walker books, has now added Ken Tkrrell, Portrait of a Motor Racing Giant (Haynes, £19.99, ISBN 1-85960-885-X). With a lively anecdotal text, colour pictures, and Duncan Rabagliati's list of the races Tyrrell drove in and those when he was team manager, from 1952 to 1998 (a total of nearly 400 events!), this is a welcome...

Page 5 of June 2001 archive issue thumbnail Page 5, June 2001

News in brief

John Quenby, currently retiring as MSA Chief Executive, raced Duncan Rabagliati's Alexis HF1 Formula Junior at Mallory Park recently. He has a similar car of his own currently being prepared for racing. The HSCC event represented his first race at the Leicestershire circuit since Boxing Day 1963. Veteran racer Frank Tiedeman celebrated 50 years of racing at the VSCC meeting at Silverstone in...

Page 117 of June 2008 archive issue thumbnail Page 117, June 2008

In brief

* The Historic Sports Car Club has announced it’s creating a new ’80s Road Sports category for 2009. Building on the success of its Historic (1947-1969) and ’70s (1970-1979) categories, the club has arranged a pilot race at Brands Hatch in September. Subject to interest, a series of races will be run in 2009. * Formula Junior racer Barry Westmoreland died at Cadwell Park on April 13 after...

Page 30 of March 1985 archive issue thumbnail Page 30, March 1985

The Cars of Paul Emery

Although the building of specials is a world-wide occupation, the British have a particular flair for it, it's part of the great amateur tradition, I suppose. Look into the background of most racing car designers, and a good few leading production car designers, and you will find a special which, not infrequently, was raced. Some will even tell you that their first attempt with the parts of an...

Page 105 of July 1984 archive issue thumbnail Page 105, July 1984

Readers' letters

Opinions expressed are those of our correspondents, and are not necessarily those of MOTOR SPORT. Whither Fl ? Sir, Having watched the Monaco Grand Prix I feel inspired to write questioning where motor racing has got to. First of all they have to wet the road in the tunnel because the tyres — or is it the drivers? — can't cope with the transition from wet to dry road and back again. Secondly it...

Page 17 of June 2004 archive issue thumbnail Page 17, June 2004

Historic authenticity row brews

The system for authenticating historic racing cars has been thrown into turmoil by the FIA's plans to introduce Historic Technical Passports (HTP) in place of the Historic Vehicle Identification Forms (HVIF). The crux of the discontent lies in the FIA's assertion that technically correct replicas will qualify for an HTP, which has led to fears that a rash of newly constructed cars will appear in...

Page 117 of June 2008 archive issue thumbnail Page 117, June 2008

Formula Junior targets race record

The global celebrations for the 50th anniversary of Formula Junior will be capped by a record entry for the Brands Hatch meeting on June 28, when over 100 cars are expected to take part in three races. Duncan Rabagliati and the Formula Junior Historic Racing Association set the 100-car target as a highlight of the year-long celebration of the junior category’s history, which covers all continents...



August 2019
100 years, three cars, one epic track test



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