Articles tagged Honda

Page 31 of July 1966 archive issue thumbnail Page 31, July 1966

The 50th Indianapolis 500 mile race

The 50th Indianapolis 500-mile race will be remembered for two major upheavals, other than the lap one crash. Firstly, it is the end of an era, the era of the big hairy roadsters with brave middle-aged men driving them. Secondly, it is the start, regulations permitting, of the participation of scientific European road-racing teams, with their comparatively young, high-skilled drivers. This year...

Page 16 of March 1963 archive issue thumbnail Page 16, March 1963

Continental Notes

At the end of this month Formula One racing will begin with a short race at Snetterton Airfield circuit, and the following three weekends will see European Grand Prix racing starting in earnest. The first weekend in April sees the Bruxelles G.P. on the Heysel circuit on the outskirts of the Belgian capital, Easter Monday sees the traditional round-the-houses Grand Prix at Pau, and the weekend...

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Formula 1 pulls together

This time last year the world of Grand Prix racing was reeling from the damage caused by spy scandals and obscene $100 million fines. McLaren and Ferrari, Formula 1’s top teams, had seemingly reached a point of animosity beyond any plausible recovery, as the FIA stoked the unpleasant atmosphere with further rulings and insinuation that could only compound the division. How things have changed as...

Page 60 of August 2008 archive issue thumbnail Page 60, August 2008

Thinking inside the box

Massive computing power allows a British company to streamline and test cars before they’re built, and even drive them virtually By Gordon Cruickshank Success has been heading Acura’s way in the ALMS sports car series. Good news for Honda, parent of the Acura badge. But racing is always about teamwork, and Acura has a significant but unsung team-mate here in Britain. You don’t see the Wirth...


January 2020
Racing Rivalries: The 25 most explosive battles between drivers, teams, cars... and families.



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