Articles tagged Hubert Hahne

Page 21 of October 1971 archive issue thumbnail Page 21, October 1971

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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Formula Two Finale

Vallelunga, Italy, October 12th. After many rumours and much shilly-shallying, the 21st Gran Fremio Roma, final round in the 1969 Championship of non-graded drivers, took place at the interesting Vallelunga circuit on the outskirts of Rome. The city's Automobile Club has been making vague promise's or several years that safety and other circuit facilities would be improved and it seems that this...

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Pure class

Now in its fifth year, the Silverstone International Historic Festival continues to go from strength to strength. The 1994 version, supported for the second year by Coys, admirably upheld the tradition by attracting the best fields to be seen at any historic event this year. When the British summer broke with a vengeance for part of Sunday, it did little to dilute the sizeable crowd's enjoyment....

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Reflections on the Monaco G.P.

I admit freely that tears of emotion welled up in my tired old eyes as I watched Jim Clark pull out a five-second lead in the first three laps of the 1964 Grand Prix of Monaco. It seemed unbelievable that anyone could go that much faster than the rest of the field when for the past three days of practice all the fast drivers had been within tenths of a second of his best time, and yet there are...

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Brands Hatch Six Hours

Britain's contribution to the European Touring Car Championship has rapidly increased in status in recent times and the six-hour event at Brands Hatch late in June had plenty of interest. As the Championships used to be for Group 2 saloon cars our own participation was once slight and few people bothered to travel to Snetterton. In 1968, however, Group 5 rules operated for the first time and...

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Formula Two

The Situation When the latest regulations for Formula Two came into force in January, 1967, the Motor Circuit Developments group, which controls Brands Hatch, Snetterton, Mallory Park and Oulton Park, suggested that everyone should call this new class of racing "European Formula", for rather obscure reasons. Come 1968 and they dropped the Formula from their meetings, but the nickname they had...

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Formula Two Review

Rouen, June 28th It seemed almost too good to be true when Hubert Hahne finally broke BMW's Formula Two duck at Hockenheim on June 14, but better was to come a fortnight later at Rouen-les-Essarts. Once again a BMW won, but this time the victory was somehow more convincing, for although the race was a slipstreamer the quality of the entry was much higher. The winner was Jo Siffert, who, like...

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A fragile beauty

Ford F3L looked for all the world a winner. The project, however, ended in ignominy after a string of retirements. Paul Fearnley drives it at Spa and explains why it fell short Jacky Ickx: 23, Handsome and quick, cocksure and confident, reclines low and sleek in his 'lightweight' JWA-run Ford GT40 as it pounds the Masta Straight No-one can touch him around here. Some say he's running a bit crazy...

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The German Grand Prix

BRABHAM WORKS HARD Nurburgring, Germany, August 7th. THE Automobile Club von Deutschland, who organise the German Grand Prix at the Nurburgring, were rather afraid that they would not get enough Formula One cars to make up a good starting grid and to keep the 22.8-kilometre circuit occupied for 15 laps sufficiently to satisfy the spectators, so they invited eleven Formula Two entries. These...

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Formula Two Review

A very heavy programme of European Formula Two races virtually came to a close at the end of July, leaving the graded drivers to concentrate on Formula One. The European Championship for non-graded drivers, in which B.M.W. works driver Hubert Hahne has a six-point lead, has only one more round to be decided, this being the Sicilian event at Enna in late August, for Zandvoort has already been...

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