Articles tagged Herbert Muller

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Track back

40/30/20/10 years ago 1996 Buddy Lazier wins a lacklustre Indy 500 in an IRL field lacking in depth. Alex Zampedri is fourth, despite breaking his legs in a last-lap accident. 1986 Pole man Alain Prost leads home McLaren team-mate Keke Rosberg to earn himself a hat-trick of Monaco GP wins. Lotus's Ayrton Senna is third. 1976 Reigning World Champion Niki Lauda dominates the Belgian GP, leading...

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When the Singer led the band

In 34 years as a technical chief at Porsche, Norbert Singer oversaw a host of successful sports-racing cars. His retirement from the company last year gave him an opportunity to look back with Gary Watkins at the models he masterminded... Porsche Carrera RSR: Career: 1973-87 Major wins: Daytona 1973, '75 & '77; Sebring '73, '76 & '77; Targa Florio '73; World Championship 4; IMSA 37...

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XXIII Pau Grand Prix: A Team Lotus demonstration

Pau, France, April 15th With Easter being rather early the traditional Pau Grand Prix, held on Easter Monday, suffered from many possible entries not being ready, neither Ferrari nor A.T.S. being sufficiently advanced with their new cars to take part in the 100-lap "round-the-houses" race. Fifteen drivers were assembled for the first practice, which took place on Saturday afternoon, but only...

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The 42nd Italian Grand Prix

The dice of the debutants Monza, Italy, September 5th. Before the meeting began there was not too much enthusiasm among the Italian populace for the 42nd Italian Grand Prix, even though it was the 50th anniversary of the running of the first Italian Grand Prix. This was because the fortunes of the Ferrari team were at a very low ebb following defeat in the Austrian Grand Prix, the race in which...

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They Make Racing Cars—Huron Auto Race Developments Ltd

Travel down Kingston-on-Thames High Street and you will see possibly the oldest established tuning and accessory business in the country—V. W. Derrington. Look across the road and there is a large Heron Service Station and tucked behind that in light and modern premises is a firm called Huron Auto Race Developments Ltd.—by a coincidence the most recent racing car manufacturer in the country. In...

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Continental notes

Last year there was a big fuss over the C.S.I. refusing to accept the mid-engined Ferrari 250LM Berlinetta for homologation, so that it could take part in GT racing, and this furore went on all season, with some major repercussions in International GT racing circles, as well as some minor ones in G.P. circles where Ferrari was concerned. After enlarging the engine to 3.3-litres, thereby making...

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Le Mans weekend

(March 31st—April 1st) The noise of racing cars on the Circuit of the Sarthe for the first time since last June must be what attracted a surprisingly large crowd of spectators to Le Mans for the weekend of testing and the 4-hour race. Although there is now a lot of activity throughout the year on the little Bugatti Circuit it is not the same as the full circuit being in use, with cars approaching...

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European Hill-Climb Championship

Since our last bulletin on the European Hill-Climb Championship, two further events, Cesana Sestriere on July 26th and Freiburg on August 9th, have taken place. Barth, who had already assured himself of the title for the second successive year by winning Trento Bondone, continued to dominate the Championship with his works-entered 2-litre Porsche Prototype and won at Cesana in a new record time...

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The Rossfeld Hill-Climb

The Rossfeld Hill-Climb, in Southern Germany, round one of the European Championship, took place on June 7th and produced a win for the 1963 Champion, Edgar Barth, who set up a new record of 3 min. 15.31 sec. in a Stuttgart-entered Elva-Porsche 8-cylinder. Second was the Swiss Herbert Muller in a flat-8 Porsche prototype (ex-Barth). British Champion Peter Westbury (Lotus 23-B.R.M.) was placed...

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The Motor Sport Month - Historic News

Pall over DoningtonAccident ends historic event on tragic note. By Paul Laurence The British historic racing fraternity has been rocked by the death of Christian Devereux during the Masters Pre-66 Touring Car race at the Donington Historic Festival. Devereux was racing solo into the final five minutes of the hour-long race when a Ford Mustang spun on the exit of Coppice. Devereux's Mini Cooper S...

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