Articles tagged J. Clark

Page 40 of November 1966 archive issue thumbnail Page 40, November 1966

8th United States Grand Prix

A win for Clark Lotus and B.R.M. H16 Watkins Glen, N.Y., Sunday, October 2nd THE 8th United States Grand Prix and the sixth to be held on the 2.3 mile Upper New York State circuit at Watkins Glen attracted the best technical entry of the year. This year the organisers had broken with the tradition of paying starting money. Instead they had allocated prize money from first to last places, first...

Page 56 of August 1964 archive issue thumbnail Page 56, August 1964

Solitude Grand Prix

STUTTGART, GERMANY, July 19th. Although it had the makings of a rousing good Grand Prix race the event at Solitude was really only a make-weight for the German Motorcycle World Championship meeting, which included classes for 50 c.c., 125 c.c., 250 c.c., 350 c.c., 500 c.c. and Sidecars. With over 300,000 spectators attending the two days' racing to see the motorcycles, it was not surprising that...

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LETTER FROM EUROPE [By means of which the Continental Correspondent, while he is motoring abroad, keeps in touch with the Editor.) Dear W. B., Thinking that the worst of the traffic in Central Europe would have died down by the beginning of September I made the mistake of cutting through Switzerland on my way from England to Italy, when I came down to Monza. That was a mistake for the Swiss...

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Grand Prix at Brands Hatch

(March 13th) With the help of the Daily Mail the B.R.S.C.C. put on a Formula One race on the long circuit at Brands Hatch, which was the opening event of the International Calendar in Europe, and if it was a foretaste of what is to come then we are in for one of the best seasons of Grand Prix racing we are ever likely to see. All the British teams were out in force and Ferrari even sent a V8 car...

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The Dutch Grand Prix

Moss the Moral Victor Zandvoort, June 6th. For some reason best known to themselves, the F.I.A. broke one of their own rules when they sanctioned the holding of the Dutch Grand Prix just one week after the Monaco Grand Prix. for International rules say there should be a minimum of a fortnight between major races. Luckily the Dutch race was scheduled for Whit-Monday and practice on the previous...

Page 32 of June 1933 archive issue thumbnail Page 32, June 1933

Club News

etta ti.dr THE DARLINGTON M.C. The Treasure Hunt held on April 30th was an immense success, both from the excellent entry received, namely 20, and also the great difficulty which most competitors had in finding all the clues. The winner, H. F. Webster (Austin Seven) led the field by over an hour until the last clue, when he spent quite half an hour in finding a " draught-board," which proved to...


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