Articles tagged Gina Campbell

Page 10 of February 1993 archive issue thumbnail Page 10, February 1993

A racer in his own right

Motor racing glory runs in the Hill family, but Damon is determined not to bask in his father's shadow Not since Jackie Stewart stepped into a BRM back in 1965 has a British driver graduated to F1 with such good equipment, so early in his career. And nobody is more aware of the magnitude of the opportunity presented to him than Damon Hill. For weeks the prospect of getting the second Williams-...

Page 90 of December 1984 archive issue thumbnail Page 90, December 1984

Gina Campbell

Gina Campbell CONGRATULATIONS to Gina Campbell, of an indomitable family, who has broken the so-called Woman's Water Speed Record, happily escaping injury in an accident after the record run. But it should be remembered that to do this entailed a speed of 122 mph, whereas when her father lost his life, "Bluebird" was tramping across Lake Coniston at something like 300 mph. . . . W.B.

Page 16 of January 1998 archive issue thumbnail Page 16, January 1998

Letters from readers

Come join the club… Sir, I read with great interest your editorial in the last issue of Motor Sport in which you make an appeal on behalf of Richard Noble's ThrustSSC team. As a member of the Mach One Club, I have been following the team's efforts in raising budget to build, test and transport the car to its ultimate success at Black Rock. I presume that I have been contributing a small part to...

Page 130 of September 2012 archive issue thumbnail Page 130, September 2012

Blue blood in the West End

A famous racing family returns to the theatre of speed where it all began I went to the theatre in June. That’s not unusual – it’s one compensation for living in London, and I go often. But this visit was different. You might call it a mixed media performance – two people on stage, black and white films, and an outdoor element with a boat. The two people were grandchildren of Sir Malcolm Campbell...

Page 80 of January 1986 archive issue thumbnail Page 80, January 1986

Miniatures News

Last month we referred in the "In Miniature" article to a scale model of the LSR car "Babs" made for the Castrol oil company, that has disappeared since it was shown at a 1927 Motor Show. There is a sort of follow-up to this in the fact that last November a silver model of Sir Malcolm Campbell's LSR "Bluebird", that had taken the record to 272.46 mph at Daytona and which had been made to...

Page 122 of November 2012 archive issue thumbnail Page 122, November 2012

Historic scene with Gordon Cruickshank

Campbells and oddballs Deep in the grounds of an ancient Sussex house is a unique memorabilia collection I like a jumble. Show me a collection bursting at the seams and I’m entranced. So for me a day at the Filching Manor Motor Museum in Sussex was a working holiday. The collection was mostly amassed by the late Paul Foulkes-Halbard, a larger-than-life enthusiast who scooped up anything that...


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