Articles tagged G. Van Lennep

Page 23 of March 1973 archive issue thumbnail Page 23, March 1973

Matters of moment

Don't get depressed It is a time for being depressed, with violence rife throughout the World and financial gloom apparent in so many spheres of Industry. It all stems from the fact that the human race has never got to grips with itself and perhaps because the monetary system, which Mr. Heath is endeavouring to prop up, has become top-heavy. Wars have never improved things. Money is only worth...

Page 26 of September 1973 archive issue thumbnail Page 26, September 1973

Peterson Wins Austrian Grand Prix

Formula One - 54 laps of Osterreichring - 5.911 kilometres per lap - 319.194 kilometres - Very Hot. A clear-cut Team Lotus demonstration faltered on lap 49 when Fittipaldi retired while in the lead, due to a fuel pipe to the metering unit of his Cosworth V8 coming adrift; this left his teammate Peterson to lead the remainder of the race, finishing ahead of Stewart (Tyrrell) who was never able to...

Page 32 of May 1975 archive issue thumbnail Page 32, May 1975

Group 5 Racing - Still in Good shape

Group 5 Racing—Still in Good Shape LONG-DISTANCE sports car racing has enjoyed a chequered career to say the least since its great days in the early Fifties, but six months ago endurance racing for the Group 5 prototypes seemed set for its worst ever year in 1975. Yet the first two rounds of the World Championship for Makes to be run in Europe, at Mugello on March 23rd and at Dijon on April 6th,...

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