Articles tagged G. Hill

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XXI Belgian Grand Prix

A fine win for Lotus Spa, Belgium, June 17th. The wonderful 14.1-kilometre circuit that runs between Francorchamps, Malmedy and Stavelot, in the hills near Spa, needs little introduction to followers of Grand Prix racing, and this year everyone was looking forward to the Belgian G.P. with keen anticipation as it was to be the first time that the new British Grand Prix V8 engines could be wound up...

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34th Italian Grand Prix

Lotus-Climax win on reliability Monza, Italy, Sept. 8th. The Italian Grand Prix being the last Grande Epreuve of the European season everyone was out for a win, although some teams had misgivings as the Automobile Club of Milan planned to use the full 10-kilometre Monza circuit, which includes the banked concrete track as well as the road circuit. Alter the breakages experienced at Nurburgring...

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III Gran Premio de Mexico

Mexico City, Sunday, 25th Twice since the World Drivers' Championship was started, the last race has been the deciding factor between two drivers: In 1958 at Casablanca it was between Moss and Hawthorn, while in 1962 at East London, South Africa, it was between Clark and G. Hill. Both these races were exciting due to the added anticipation of deciding the Championship. Also on both occasions it...

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Le Mans test weekend

Le Mans, April 10/11th. In order to give entrants a chance to prepare new cars for the 24-hour race at Le Mans, the circuit of the Sarthe was made available, for two days, and a fair proportion of the entry took advantage of the opportunity. SEFAC Ferrari had two new prototype cars, one with 77 x 71 mm., 3,967-c.c. engine and the other with 77 x 58.8 mm., 3,286-c.c. engine, both being the new...

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10th South African Grand Prix

Clark Wins Seventh World Championship Race East London, Saturday, December 28th, 1963. Once again the final race in the World Championship series of Formula One events took place at East London on the warm sunny South East coast of Africa. However, unlike last year, the race was to mean nothing in placings for both drivers' and manufacturers' championships. The circuit was unaltered since 1962...

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Grand Prix of United States

Watkins Glen, Sunday October 4th. Watkins Glen was once again the venue for the U.S. Grand Prix, the ninth in the 1964 World Championship series. In this, one of the most beautiful settings for any Grand Prix, the sixth United States Grand Prix was scheduled for October 4th. Last year the World Drivers' and Constructors' Championships were settled by the time the Grand Prix circus had flown to...

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THE SECOND B.M.C.R.C. 1926 MEETING. 3. S. Wright Breaks More Records on his Zenith. THE Second 1926 meeting of the B.M.C.R.C., held on April ioth, provided a remarkable contrast to the opening day, all three necessary factors to the success of Brooklands : speed, spectators and sunshine, being present in much greater force than on the previous occasion. Some really close finishes were staged by...

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1962 British Grand Prix race report - The uncatchable Lotus and Clark

15th RAC British Grand Prix report from 1962 Aintree, Liverpool, July 21st In spite of a lot of protests the R.A.C. once again delegated the British Grand Prix to the B.A.R.C., the second time in succession, so that the Grand Prix circus had to journey to Liverpool to race at the Aintree Stadium. After the victories by Cooper at Reims and Porsche at Rouen, as well as Porsche at the smaller...


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