Articles tagged Isabelle Haskell

Page 22 of July 1958 archive issue thumbnail Page 22, July 1958


An Easy Win for Behra and Porsche Rouen FRANCE, June 8th. ALTHOUGH the meeting at Rouen this year, on the magnificent circuit of Les Essarts, had the air of a Silverstone club meeting, it saw the first direct comparison in the 1,500-c.c. class this season between Porsche, Lotus and Osca, with a most convincing demonstration by the German firm. The race was run over a period of three hours and...

Page 28 of July 1957 archive issue thumbnail Page 28, July 1957

The A.D.A.C. 1,000-Kilometre Race—Nurburgring

Aston Martin's Greatest Victory Adenau, May 26th. With a race of the nature of the 1,000-kilometres at Nurburgring the practice periods are more in the nature of proving and testing periods than practice as applied to a Grand Prix race. The Nurburgring, with its 22.81 kilometres of twists and turns, demands the utmost from drivers and cars, and a race over 1,000 kilometres requires careful...

Page 39 of October 1957 archive issue thumbnail Page 39, October 1957

Sports Cars at Spa

Ferrari Defeated by Tyre Trouble After the cancellation of the Belgian Grand Prix, the Royal Automobile Club of Belgium realised what a waste of a good circuit this cancellation was causing, and subsequently organised a race for sports cars over a duration of three hours. In many respects this resulted in a repetition of the meeting organised by the Spa Club back in May, when Aston Martin cleaned...

Page 13 of October 1961 archive issue thumbnail Page 13, October 1961


DURING this season there has been a new name among the makes of racing cars, and that is Tomaso. One appeared in the French Grand Prix, another at Solitude, four of them at Modena and three at Monza. In consequence some notes on this newcomer will not go amiss. The man behind this small factory is Alessandro de Tomaso, a young Argentinian who came over to Europe some years ago and raced Maserati...

Page 44 of September 1956 archive issue thumbnail Page 44, September 1956

IX Gran Premio Bari

A Maserati benefit Motor racing through the streets of a town is a thing that is fast dying out, which is a very great pity, for somehow true road racing is connected with everyday roads with all the attendant hazards of kerbs, tramlines, walls, lamp-posts and trees. The continual modifying of many circuits until such things have completely disappeared so that almost anyone can race with very...


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