Articles tagged Galli

Page 30 of February 1973 archive issue thumbnail Page 30, February 1973

Continental notes

Grand Prix Politics LAST MONTH we left the scene in a state of deadlock between the Formula One constructors and the Grand Prix organisers, with the constructors asking for a guaranteed total of starting money and prize money for a field of 20 cars of around k,100000 and the organisers offering a total of about £53,000. Since then the constructors have come down and the organisers have gone up,...

Page 25 of March 1968 archive issue thumbnail Page 25, March 1968

The Daytona 24-hours

A dull start to the season Daytona, Fla., February 3rd-4th When the F.I.A. changed the regulations in the middle of last year governing sports prototype racing, it didn't give a fair chance to the two long-distance races early in the year at Daytona and Sebring to obtain a very good entry. So, as was expected, the 24-hours of Daytona was only a shadow of the battle between Ferrari, Ford and...

Page 57 of July 1974 archive issue thumbnail Page 57, July 1974

Matra moves on

Imola, June 2nd Alfa Romeo's sweeping victory at Monza in April flattered only to deceive. As last year, the Matra-Simca team has had to overcome engine unreliability early in the season but having done so, no team can stand up to the speed and teamwork of the French . At Imola, a 5.1-kilometre track near Bologna, the Matras of Beltoise/Jarier and Larrousse/Pescarolo formed the front row of the...

Page 18 of August 1969 archive issue thumbnail Page 18, August 1969

Formula Two Review

A very heavy programme of European Formula Two races virtually came to a close at the end of July, leaving the graded drivers to concentrate on Formula One. The European Championship for non-graded drivers, in which B.M.W. works driver Hubert Hahne has a six-point lead, has only one more round to be decided, this being the Sicilian event at Enna in late August, for Zandvoort has already been...

Page 58 of September 1969 archive issue thumbnail Page 58, September 1969

Formula Two Review

1969 Analysis With the Formula Two season drawing to a close and this month's only Formula Two race, at Zandvoort, cancelled, it seems appropriate to take a look at the future of the second Formula and to glance back briefly at the season thus far. Unless the Italian authorities reverse an already announced decision, the race at Enna which takes place after we have gone to press (on August 24th)...

Page 16 of February 1971 archive issue thumbnail Page 16, February 1971

1000 KMs of Buenos Aires

A sad start to 1971 Buenos Aires, January 10th. For the first time in 11 years a World Championship race was held at Buenos Aires, Argentina, on January 10th. The circuit, where Bruce McLaren won the Argentine Grand Prix in 1960, features a combination of circuit layouts, open grandstand seating for 80,000 people the whole length of the pits straight, and modern facilities. Last year two sports-...


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