Articles tagged Graham II

Page 32 of June 1960 archive issue thumbnail Page 32, June 1960

The Aintree "200"

An exciting race After the Pau G.P. the points position in the F.2 Manufacturers' Cup gave Cooper 22 points for their wins at Brussels and Pau and second place at Syracase, Ferrari had eight for their win at Syracuse, Porsche gained 10 for their second place at Brussels and third at Pau, and for their fourth place at Syracuse Lotus earned three points. As in the F.1 Manufacturers' Championship,...

Page 52 of September 1959 archive issue thumbnail Page 52, September 1959

The Second Circuit of the Auvergne

Moss Unbeatable in F.2 Clermont-Ferrand, July 26th The City of Clermont-Ferrand lies more or less in the centre of France, surrounded by the hills of the Massif Central and is a large and thriving city with seemingly little connection with the outside world. Last year the Automobile Club D'Auvergne, which is centred in Clermont-Ferrand, built an entirely new circuit up in the hills overlooking...

Page 25 of December 1964 archive issue thumbnail Page 25, December 1964

III Gran Premio de Mexico

Mexico City, Sunday, 25th Twice since the World Drivers' Championship was started, the last race has been the deciding factor between two drivers: In 1958 at Casablanca it was between Moss and Hawthorn, while in 1962 at East London, South Africa, it was between Clark and G. Hill. Both these races were exciting due to the added anticipation of deciding the Championship. Also on both occasions it...

Page 45 of February 1959 archive issue thumbnail Page 45, February 1959

Boxing Day at Brands Hatch

Graham Hill demonstrates his prowess The BRSCC really is extremely fortunate with the weather for its Boxing Day Brands Hatch motor-racing. Never has ice or snow caused the cancellation of this winter programme and last Christmas fog which seemed likely to do so dispersed, so that everything went to schedule and in these circumstances rain seemed only a slight inconvenience. A considerable crowd...

Page 20 of December 1965 archive issue thumbnail Page 20, December 1965

Looking Back on Formula One

When the Mexican Grand Prix finished on October 24th with Richie Ginther in first place, driving a Honda V12, it saw the end of a five-year period in motor racing that should pass into the annals of history as an important era. It was the end of the 1.5-litre Formula for Grand Prix racing, set up in 1958 and which took effect on January 1st, 1961. It started on rather a dull note, with a lot of...


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