Articles tagged Edwin Jowsey

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Sauber C9 fixed for Group C finale

Nearly two decades after it won the Wheatcroft Gold Cup in the hands of Jochen Mass and Jean-Louis Schlesser, the ‘Silver Arrows’ Sauber Mercedes C9 will return to Donington Park (October 4/5) to compete in the final Group C races of the season. Xtec Engineering has been busy repairing the car, which was damaged in a first-corner accident at Silverstone in July, for its Australian owner Rob...

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Weekend of endurance draws packed field to Spa

The event surrounding the Historic Six Hours at Spa is now one of the busiest classic race meetings of the season. The 2003 edition was no different, with hundreds of entries across the packed three-day programme. The headline event, running into the darkness of Saturday evening, turned into a Ford GT40 contest as the car of Aaron Hsu and sometime TGP front-runner Christian Glasel emerged with a...

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Little cars, big grids

Sir, I can only marvel at your dexterity in managing to compile a 10-page Historic Season Preview in the April edition of Motor Sport - without more than the briefest passing reference to the 2003 Historic Championship of the Year. I am speaking of Historic Formula Junior, in which one can - quite literally - race every weekend between April and October, and which has a pool of over 200 cars...

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Jaguar by a small leap

HSCC: Silverstone Graeme Dodd and Simon Garrad concluded the 2002 Historic Racing Saloon Championship in the style that has typified the season. After another glorious contest, just seven hundredths of a second split the friends and rivals as they raced to the line. Dodd's Jaguar MkII got the verdict from Garrad's BMW 2000Tii, but it was the three-wheeling Hillman Imp of Adrian Oliver that stole...

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Perfect Purdie powers ahead

The young Nissan driver was a double winner at Donington as a revitalised Group C wrapped up a successful season By Paul Lawrence The final pair of races this year in Group C headlined the last major historic race weekend of the British season at Donington Park, and delivered a dominant double win for Andy Purdie at the wheel of his father’s Nissan R90CK. This has been a rebuilding year for Group...

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Jason's a Merlyn wizard

HSCC: Cadwell Park Jason Minshaw reminded everyone of his outright pace by taking Historic Formula Ford spoils at the HSCC's annual foray to Cadwell Park. His Merlyn Mk20 came out on top after an entertaining contest with Paul Sleeman's Macon MR8. Local ace Neil Dunkel secured the Classic F3 honours ahead of Frank Gomm's ex-Piquet Ralt RT1, while other single-seater winners included Matthew Watts...

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Inside line: Edwin Jowsey

Meet historing racing's very own hotshoe. He's just 18, yet he handles an F5000 like an old pro. But what are his long-term plans? What is your racing background? I did six kart races to get my licence when I was 16 so that I could start racing my dad Clifford's Formula Junior Lotus 22 in 2001, which he had raced for five or six years. Last year I raced that and the Brabham BT28 in Classic Racing...

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HGPCA/TGP: Donington Park

TGP goes to Wilson, as Sytner prevails in epic Pre-66 Battle An epic HGPCA battle betwen Frank Sytner and Michael Schryver, and a memorable FIA Pre-66 Historic Touring Car contest were the highlights of a busy 14-race weekend at Donington Park. The Pre-66 HGPCA race delivered a stunning tussle between Sytner (Brabham BT4) and Schryver, racing the ex-Jim Clark/John Surtees Lotus 18 for the first...

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Reports in brief

Dessie Nutt and Geraldine McBride maintained their 100 per cent record by winning round five of the Armajaro MSA British Historic Rally Championship, the Mid-Wales Stages. Fending off a stem challenge from the similar Porsche 911 of Francis Tuthill, Nutt clinched the historic category. David Stokes/Den Golding (Escort Mkl) stormed the post-historic category (below), leading from the start...

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Ball races to success

Memorable wins for Chris Ball (Brabham BT28) and Neil Fowler (Lola T200) were among the highlights of another first-class Historic Sports Car Club meeting. Ball's Classic Racing Car victory was won the hard way as Michael Scott got his March 702 running better than ever. Edwin Jowsey put his father's BT28 firmly in contention as well until its engine cried enough mid-race. Jowsey's departure didn...



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