Articles tagged Henry Liddon

Page 24 of November 1987 archive issue thumbnail Page 24, November 1987

African Gloom

In a nutshell, the Ivory Coast Rally was a pretty rotten event. As an attempt at copying the Safari it has never, in all its 19-year history, even looked like making the grade, and the small improvement which it managed to achieve in recent editions was blotted out this year, when the already weak organisation wilted under the strain of trying unsuccessfully to meet FISA's impossible demands...

Page 15 of February 1964 archive issue thumbnail Page 15, February 1964

British Win on the Monte

Although we go to Press before the final results of the Monte Carlo Rally are known it seems certain that Paddy Hopkirk and Henry Liddon have won the rally in their works Mini-Cooper S. Due to various incidents in the races which concluded the rally the remaining places are somewhat uncertain. Bo Ljungfeldt (Ford Falcon) was in fifth place on the road and had to make up 33 sec. on Eric Carlsson...

Page 46 of September 1966 archive issue thumbnail Page 46, September 1966

German Rally

General Classification : 1st : G. Klass/R. Wutherich (Porsche 911) 2,260.3 marks2nd: A. Cavallari/D. Salvay (Alfa Romeo GTA) 2,525.9 "3rd : J. Springer/D. Schey (B.M.W. 2000 Ti) 2,700.6 "4th : S. Zasada/K. Osinski (Steyr-Puch 650 TR) ?5th : K. Panowitz/R. Strunz (N.S.U. Wankel Spider) 3,028.4 " Team Prize: Jolly Club of Milano (Alfa Romeo). DO you notice anything strange or out of place about the...

Page 30 of September 1992 archive issue thumbnail Page 30, September 1992

Tyred And Weary

Budgets running into several millions of pounds, the most modern technology available and the most comprehensive development and support programmes that can be amassed are still not enough to fend off one of the oldest pitfalls in the rally game — a puncture! During the Argentina Rally at the end of July the main battle, well ahead of all the others, was between the leading drivers of Lancia and...

Page 63 of October 1964 archive issue thumbnail Page 63, October 1964

Rally review

Toughest of them all The Liège If you were to ask Peter Hughes and Mike Armstrong which was most difficult, the East African Safari or the Liège-Sofia-Liège, the answer might be a straightforward vote for the Liège or a rather sheepish grin. The reason is that whereas Mike and Peter finished third and first in works Cortina GTs on the Safari neither they nor any of the other works Fords -finished...

Page 169 of December 2013 archive issue thumbnail Page 169, December 2013

All roads lead to roam

Time spent as a long-distance rally organiser breeds a rich seam of anecdotes. Meet Jim Gavin... It’s hard to finish a conversation with Jim Gavin. Not because he won’t stop talking but because you hear yourself saying ‘hang on, you didn’t finish the story about the elephants…’ A big, bluff Irishman with breezy white hair and a ready laugh, Jim planned and ran some of the great endurance rallies...

Page 30 of October 1971 archive issue thumbnail Page 30, October 1971

Rally review

Whoever it was first had the idea that car manufacturers could make some useful publicity for themselves if they advertised the quality of their products when one of them happened to he successful in a rally, sowed the seed from which sprouted factory competitions departments. It was natural that a manufacturer would sit up and take notice if one of his cars was driven to victory in a worthwhile...

Page 59 of September 2000 archive issue thumbnail Page 59, September 2000

Magnificent men, flying machines

When the world's best rally driver knows the sport's most challenging roads like the back of his hand, a white-knuckle ride is guaranteed. co-driver John Davenport had to get a grip We had an inkling. But, in reality, little did we know. And innocence was, on this occasion, most definitely bliss. The 1970 1000 Lakes Rally was the first time I attempted the event as a co-driver. A couple of Brits...

Page 32 of September 1972 archive issue thumbnail Page 32, September 1972

Rally of the Thousand Lakes

Non-rallying people who visit Finland invariably return to their own countries with tales of a countryside which is wild and yet so serene that it is possible to pitch a tent and not see a soul for weeks; tales of a land covered with a random mixture of lakes and trees, of short summer nights, sauna and the lively hunting habits of the Finnish male. The rally driver will return with all these...

Page 42 of February 1975 archive issue thumbnail Page 42, February 1975

Rally review - All Change in the Market Place

Almost by tradition, RAC Rally time is when professional drivers and co-drivers are seen dining and otherwise hobnobbing with managers from opposing teams. As a new year approaches and thoughts are being given to the renewal of contracts and the making of new ones, the immense popularity of the RAC Rally has given rise to a sort of market place atmosphere. Nearly all Europe's team managers come...

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