Articles tagged Gordon Neill

Page 12 of November 2000 archive issue thumbnail Page 12, November 2000

Letters from readers

Franco Lombardi writes Sir, May I please correct the errors of fact and impression in the Matters of Moment piece about me in your September issue. 1. I am not lying in an Italian jail as your piece suggests. The sentence was imposed after only a short summary procedure, and is effectively in suspense pending the full hearing of the case on appeal. I have every confidence that the higher court...

Page 98 of August 2008 archive issue thumbnail Page 98, August 2008

F1 non-championship races Part One: the ’50s

Away from the limelight of the World Championship, these races sometimes ran at unusual venues, with drivers determined to gain recognition. In the first of a series, we pick out some great and obscure tales from a unique period in motor sport history By Paul Fearnley “Those non-championship races were just as important as the World Championship Grands Prix,” says Stirling Moss. “The BRDC...

Page 72 of June 2005 archive issue thumbnail Page 72, June 2005

Divine Province

When Giuseppe Farina and the other F1 stars raced in the Ulster Trophy at Dundrod it was "like having God there".  Gordon Cruickshank looks back This month the rural quiet around the little village of Dundrod west of Belfast will be left in tatters by the bark of racing engines as the Ulster Automobile Club evokes the great days of the Dundrod TT races. From 1950 to '55, snarling sportsracers...

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