Articles tagged Eugene Martin

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XV Grand Prix De Pau

Pau, April 20th. The Pau Grand Prix took place on Easter Monday over the 2.769 kilometre course which is one of the few remaining of the street-race type, and furthermore one which has not been altered in any way since 1935. Two practice periods were allowed for the twelve competitors, the maximum deemed safe on the narrow twisting circuit, and it is a sign of the times that only two private...

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Grand Prix de Pau

Ferraris back in form By our Continental Correspondent Pau, Easter Monday. As  last year the Pau G.P. was for Formula ll cars and of the sixteen entries only two failed to appear for practice. They were the H.W.M.s of Macklin and Giraud-Cabantous, both being posted as non-starters. The first practice period was preceded by rainfall with the result that the circuit was very slippery and speeds...

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The Trend of Racing Car Design

The past season's racing has certainly been an interesting one, but it is not possible to say that the trend of the design of racing cars has followed any one path; far from it, in fact. Throughout the season there has been a tendency to dart off in numerous directions, so that it is difficult to predict exactly what the 1948 season will produce. In the Grand Prix field the tendency was to build...

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Reports of Recent Events

Comminges G.P. Louis Chiron won the Comminges Grand Prix by .5 sec. from Yves Giraud-Cabantous. Chiron drove a 4 1/2-litre "Lago Sports" single-seater Talbot, Cabantous a 4-litre Talbot. So far as Chiron was concerned, the race, over 205 miles of the St. Gaudens circuit, occupied 2 hrs. 35 min. 37.4 sec., an average of 78.74 m.p.h. in spite of heavy rain. Chaboud's 4-litre Talbot was third and...

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Grand Prix de Pau

The first of the French Formula II races provides much of interest. The Pau GP which took place on Easter Monday was the first of the series of eight events to count for the French Grand Prix and was comfortably won by Ascari with a new four-cylinder Ferrari. Most of the eighteen entries were out for the first practice session and there were five new Ferraris present, Ascari and Villoresi driving...

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1950 Swiss Grand Prix race report: Farina heads Alfa 1-2 in Berne

Guissepe Farina takes the win ahead of Alfa Romeo team-mate Luigi Fagioli as all three Ferraris breakdown On paper, and for that matter in practice, the Swiss GP for Formula 1 cars, held on the Bremgarten Circuit on June 4th, promised to be a first-class affair, but it turned out to be another demonstration of how to go motor-racing in the grand manner, by the Alfa-Romeo team. Photo: Motorsport...

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