Articles tagged Gonzalez

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Gonzalez to relive Ferrari's first GP win at Coy's

Argentinian Jose Froilan Gonzalez who scored Ferrari's first Grand Prix victory, at Silverstone in 1951, is returning to the scene for the marque's 50th anniversary celebrations at Coys International Historic Festival on July 25-27. Gonzalez, 73, will join Ferrari World Champions Phil Hill, John Surtees and Jody Scheckter in the British Racing Driver's Club's showpiece. The Pampas Bull's defeat...

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XVth Grand Prix d'Albi

Great B.R.M./Ferrari Battle ALBI, FRANCE, May 31st. The idea behind the Albi meeting this year was to try to incorporate all types of Grand Prix racing, past, present and future, represented by Formula I and Formula II, and to give the opportunity to try out 1954 Formula cars. Also, by running a heat for each of the existing formulae and a final combining both, there was the possibility of having...

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Thorough bread winners

Alain Cadenet spent the last few years travelling the world and driving as many Ferrari Sports-racers as he could. At the end, he was left with only one possible conclusion: That these, not F1, were the cars that created the legend. Formula One is the sport's ultimate showcase. And Ferrari has been its 50year constant, its pivot, its most famous team and, by association, the most famous marque in...

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"Silverstone Sidelongs"

Gonzalez in the F.1 Ferrari used Shell fuel and oil, Weber carburetters, Marchal plugs, Pirelli tyres, Marelli ignition, Houdaille shock-absorbers and Borani wheels. In the 4.9 sports Ferrari he was aided by the same sound components. The Jaguar which won the touring-car race relied on Shell fuel and oil, S. U. carburetters, Champion plugs, Dunlop tyres, Lucas ignition, Girling shock absorbers,...

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This month in

1994 Michael Schumacher stretches his Formula One points lead to 33 by dominating the Canadian GP in his Benetton-Ford (above). Yannick Dalmas, Hurley Haywood and Mauro Baldi secure the Le Mans 24 Hours in a Dauer Porsche 962 GT LM. 1984 Ayrton Senna almost wins the Monaco GP --- but loses out as rain stops play. The Toleman passes Alain Proses McLaren but it proves a lap too late. Henri...

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Grand Prix de Belgique

A Race full of Tense Drama SPA, Sunday, June 21st. The circuit of Francorchamps, in the south-eastern corner of Belgium, is one of Europe's fastest as well as being one of the most picturesque; also, from a spectator's point of view, it is admirable, while to tour round it, let alone race, is a pleasure. For the Belgian Grand Prix, run over 36 laps of the 14 km. 120 m. circuit, the Ferrari-...


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