Articles tagged Hawthorn

Page 18 of February 1954 archive issue thumbnail Page 18, February 1954

Lancia Racing - A New Power In The Land

Ever since the introduction of the Aurelia series the Lancia firm have showed a noticeable interest in competitions, supporting private owners and entering factory cars for rallies and open-road timed events. When the Gran Turismo Aurelia was evolved this interest increased enormously, special works versions were soon built and the touring category of the Mille Miglia, Tour of Sicily and such...

Page 31 of November 1955 archive issue thumbnail Page 31, November 1955

Oulton Park

Stirling Moss Wins Oulton Park Gold Cup Race for Maserati and Sets New Lap Record Hawthorn is Second on Lancia/Ferrari's First Appearance in this Country. German Cars Dominate Production Saloon Car Race. Morgan Beats All-Comers in Production Sports-Car Race. Boshier-Jones First in 50-Mile F. III Race. (Further pictures in Pictorial Review centre-spread.) Oulton Park is a true road circuit and...

Page 35 of April 1956 archive issue thumbnail Page 35, April 1956

Continental Notes

There is rather a peculiar state of affairs existing in France at the moment over the question of circuits and their safety. The pit areas at Le Mans and Reims are almost identical in layout, even to the semi-circular bridge in the shape of a section of Dunlop tyre at the end of each area. The fastest cars pass the pits at speeds around 140 m.p.h. and as the circuit passes under the Dunlop bridge...

Page 13 of October 1958 archive issue thumbnail Page 13, October 1958

XXIX Gran Premio D'Italia

A Fine Motor Race MONZA, September 7th. Practice was due to be held on the afternoons of Friday and Saturday preceding race day, but as always happens before the Italian Grand Prix, there was lots of activity throughout the week, Ferraris testing on one day, Maserati another, then B.R.M. and then Vanwall, while down at Maranello Ferrari was busy working away on his brake problems and at Modena...

Page 15 of March 1957 archive issue thumbnail Page 15, March 1957

The Argentine Racing Season

South America was enjoying the intense heat of summer when the annual series of races were held in Buenos Aires. The first event was held on January 13th and was the Grand Prix of the Argentine, counting in the World Championship series. The two Italian teams were out in full force, and in fact no other nation was represented mechanically in this first important event of 1957. The Maserati team...

Page 34 of May 1956 archive issue thumbnail Page 34, May 1956

Racing Drivers' Transport

At Goodwood on Easter Monday, Moss arrived in a modern 3-litre Lagonda saloon and Hawthorn in his Gran Turismo Lancia Aurelia.

Page 14 of September 1953 archive issue thumbnail Page 14, September 1953

CHAIN CHATTER

CHAIN CHATTER by "CARROZZINO" CANNOT resist the temptation to say " I told you so" to the organisers of the Gernaan G.P. Early in the year in these columns I made some pungent remarks about the inadvisability of holding the G.P. at Schotten, which is a highly dangerous course for standard racing machines, let alone works machines, and in making those observations I was not alone. The D.M.V....

Page 16 of September 1957 archive issue thumbnail Page 16, September 1957

XXV Gran Premio Pescara

A Real Grand Prix Victory for Vanwall Pescara, August 18th The town of Pescara, on the Adriatic coast of Italy, is famous for many things, it is a holiday resort for the Italians, it is the point on the Mille Miglia route where the race turns inland over the Abruzzi mountains, it is the last outpost of civilisation when venturing down into Calabria by road, it is invariably very hot, but above...

Page 57 of December 2000 archive issue thumbnail Page 57, December 2000

Ferrari F1 World Champions

Michael Schumacher, arguably the most talented driver of the day, joined Ferrari in 1996 after two consecutive drivers' titles with Benetton in 1994 and 1995. After years of drought in F1 Championship victories, Ferrari enthusiasts worldwide hoped that he would be the saviour. Even with his enormous talent and a massive restructuring of the team, for four years it was so dose but so far, a case...

Page 11 of July 1958 archive issue thumbnail Page 11, July 1958

LE GRAND PRIX DE BELGIQUE

Brooks Wins at Last SPA, BELGIUM, June 15th. AFTER spending a great deal of money last year rebuilding the pits and paddock and modifying the circuit considerably, easing corners, removing bumps, widening the road and re-surfacing, all the work was to no avail for financial wrangles prevented the Belgian G.P. being held in 1957. However, this year all was well and the full Grand Prix circus was...

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