Articles tagged Hans Heyer

Page 62 of September 1977 archive issue thumbnail Page 62, September 1977

Germany’s Championship

Turbocharging for (nearly) all Ranging over Germany and Belgium, the deutsche Rennsport Meisterschaft is an 11-round series that caters for some superbly engineered cars of extraordinary value. Basically the cars conform to Group 5 of the FIA International regulations, popularly known as the Silhouette formula. There are exceptions here and there, but largely this has been interpreted as the...

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The Hockenheim Formula 1 Race

“Der Kleiner Preis von Deutschland” The German round in the Formula One World Championship series for Drivers and Constructors was held on the fast and flat Hockenheim Ring on July 31st with all the regular Formula One teams and drivers taking part. Vern Schuppan remained in the Surtees team, after his promising showing at the British GP, new-boy Tambay was in the second Ensign, while Rebaque...

Page 48 of September 1984 archive issue thumbnail Page 48, September 1984

European Touring Car Championship

The season so far: seven wins to Jaguar, two to BMW, Toyota, Rover and Volvo getting competitive. . . Ever since the creation of Group A racing, the once-moribund ETC series (formerly Group 2, unattractive to manufacturers) has begun to come to life. Now we are well into the third season, and the racing is getting better all the time. Silverstone may not be as exciting a venue as some, but this...

Page 24 of January 1984 archive issue thumbnail Page 24, January 1984

Kyalami 1,000 Kms

Bell's race, Ickx's title For the first time since 1974 the Sports Car Club of South Africa was allocated a championship endurance race, the Kyalami 1,000 Kms event on December 10th being the seventh and final round of the 1983 World Endurance Championship. Run a full two months after the previous round, at Fuji, the South African event attracted a top-class entry, 25 cars from Europe including...

Page 56 of November 1983 archive issue thumbnail Page 56, November 1983

Japanese measure up the Porsches

Signs that Group C racing will get stronger, and that the challenge will come from the Orient, were seen in Japan when the Fuji 1,000 Kilometre World Endurance Championship race was run early in October. While Honda involve themselves in Formula 1, both Nissan and Toyota were represented by teams with turbocharged 2.1-litre production-based engines which acquitted themselves well, the Nissan-...

Page 32 of June 1974 archive issue thumbnail Page 32, June 1974

The SPA 1000 kilometres

Ickx wins for Matra Spa-Francorchamps The 1,000-kilometre race over 71 laps of the fabulous Spa circuit took place only 10 days after the Monza event, and in consequence suffered from the absence of the Alfa Romeo team who could not prepare their cars in time. Two Matra 670 driven by Pescarolo/Larrousse and lekx/ Jarier, faced a single Gulf-Cosworth V8 driven by Bell/Hailwood, though the Gulf...

Page 32 of May 1978 archive issue thumbnail Page 32, May 1978

Around and about

The GP Opel conclusion Last month we published pictorial proof that Opel I, described in Motor Sport for September 1977, and owned by Noel Mavrogordato, is the car which finished 10th in the 1914 French Grand Prix, driven by Carl Jorns and which came to Brooklands as Opel II, entered by Capt. A. G. Miller. Since then I have turned up some engine and chassis numbers for these cars, as declared...

Page 32 of October 1984 archive issue thumbnail Page 32, October 1984

BMW win, Jaguar star

BMW win, Jaguar star Silverstone, September 9th THE 48th RAC Tourist Trophy was dominated by two things, the presence of the works Jaguars and the weather. The Jaguars, always a big box office draw at home, were doubtless responsible for attracting a good proportion of a crowd of over 15,000 who came not only to see them win, but also to see Tom \Valkinshaw clinch the ETC Drivers' Championship....

Page 97 of June 1979 archive issue thumbnail Page 97, June 1979

Silverstone Six Hours

Easy winner of the Rivet Supply Six Hours at Silverstone, after the works Porsche 936 had crashed with an hour to go, were John Fitzpatrick, Hans Heyer and Bob Wollek in a Gelo Porsche 935 (above). The new Japanese Dome Zero RL (below left) struggled to the finish of its maiden race in the hands of Craft and Spice, unlike Lancia's equally new turbo Montecarlo (bottom left), whose debut lasted a...

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Les Vingt-Quatre Heures Du Mans

Le Mans, June 11th/12th Dramatic endings are nothing new in motor racing, even if they are less frequently encountered in long, drawn out endurance races than in the more hectic excitement of Formula One and Formula Two events. But the finish to the 45th edition of the 24 Hours of Le Mans that took place on June 12th was exceptional by any standards, with the winning Porsche 936 suffering a...



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