Articles tagged George Eaton

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13th United States Grand Prix

Cevert's first Formula One victory Watkins Glen, October 3rd What a tremendous season Elf-Team Tyrrell have had in 1971. Their number one driver Jackie Stewart collected the World Championship crown with six victories to his credit, the marque Tyrrell won the Constructors Championship by a country mile and to cap it all their number two, Francois Cevert, scored his maiden Grand Prix victory at...

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American Comment

Despite indications of a comeback by their opposition, the McLaren Racing Team of Hulme and McLaren swept the final two races of the Canadian-American Challenge Cup series and finished first and second in this international championship for Group 7 cars. The result continued the monopoly the team established in 1967—when Hulme won the first three races but ran out of luck in the western half of...

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The fifth Canadian Grand Prix

Stewart shows championship form in wet—Peterson strong challenger Mosport Park, September 19th. While there is no doubt that Jackie Stewart and the Elf Team Tyrrell have had a tremendous year the one black spot was the poor showing in the rain-soaked Dutch Grand Prix at Zandvoort. Those who like to knock Stewart dismissed him as a fair-weather driver, although the fact that none of the other...

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The Grand Prix season approaches

Although a minor Formula One race has already taken place (January 24th) in the Argentine, the serious Grand Prix season starts with the South African GP at Kyalami on March 6th, followed almost immediately by the Race of Champions at Brands Hatch on March 21st. The race in the Argentine was part of a revival of International motor racing in that country, heralded last year by a long-distance...

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Simon Taylor

Here in Britain, a wave of patriotic indignation greeted the news that Justin Wilson had lost his seat in the budget-challenged Jaguar F1 team. This, said the gossip, was in order to admit some unknown Austrian youth with an earring, who was buying his drive for many millions of dollars. Ultimate proof, surely, that Fl is all about money, and nothing else. One lounge bar cynic told me he had it...

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1,000 Kilometres of Austria

A dramatic ending Osterreichring, Zeltweg, October 14th THE 1,000-Kilometre sports-car race run on the new racing circuit at Zeltweg, in central Austria, was the final event in the 1970 Manufacturers' Championship and, though Porsche had won the Championship with their Le Mans victory, back in June, the entry for the Austrian race was well supported. Unlike the Grand Prix world, where the racing...



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