Articles tagged Jason Wright

Page 142 of June 2014 archive issue thumbnail Page 142, June 2014

FIA Masters Historic F1, Barcelona

As Formula 1 fans discussed the merits of their sport’s new sound and quality, the FIA Masters Historic F1 Championship blasted into life with a 31-car grid in Barcelona – and it produced some tremendous racing. Steve Hartley (Arrows A4) won both parts of the Spanish double-header, his first success coming after leader Michael Lyons (Hesketh 308E) and pole qualifier Simon Fish (Ensign N180) both...

Page 60 of November 1995 archive issue thumbnail Page 60, November 1995

Nogaro HGPCA

Gary Pearson continued his successful season by taking David Pennell's Cooper-Climax T51 to victory in the Historic Grand Prix Cars Association race at Nogaro on 9/10 September. It was an all-Cooper result, with Pearson followed to the line at the end of the two-part race by Alan Miles (153) and Rod Jolley (T51). The first race had featured an incredible five-car battle. John Beasley (Cooper T45...

Page 18 of February 2011 archive issue thumbnail Page 18, February 2011

The Motor Sport Month - Historic News

Series to rival MastersTwo new historic race series will compete directly with existing classes from Masters Historic Racing in 2011. A new series for pre-1960 touring cars from Julius Thurgood and a four-race series for World Endurance Championship cars from 1968-71, which will be organised by Jason Wright, will rival the Masters Oldies but Goldies and World Sportscar Masters classes...

Page 163 of December 2013 archive issue thumbnail Page 163, December 2013

Spa Six Hours

Aesop’s fable of the tortoise and the hare was called to mind as the consistent, reliable Simon Hadfield and Leo Voyazides won their second successive Spa Six Hours aboard the Greek’s Ford GT40 in the event’s 21st edition on September 21. “We stuck to our plan and the race came to us,” said five-time winner Hadfield, after a golden seven days that began with his astonishing Goodwood TT...

Page 34 of July 2005 archive issue thumbnail Page 34, July 2005

In the hot seat -- Hannu Mikkola

You think a twisty 38km stage is tough? What about Hannu Mikkola doing more than 6350km on the Safari? And he enjoyed Ford Escorts much more than Audis Ford or Audi? Which time gives you the fondest memories?  -- Kevin Morrison, Shoeburyness As a driver I was always more at home with the Ford than with the Audi. I liked the way you could drive with the Escort. The Audi was always a bit like a...

Page 28 of September 1991 archive issue thumbnail Page 28, September 1991

Veteran to classic -- historic racing

Historic Racing Resumé One of the most fascinating aspects of this year's series of historic races for sportscars of that era has been the way the old 1500 class battles between Lotus and Cooper have been repeated. Of the eight races held thus far in the season, counting the two halves of the Christie's race at Silverstone as separate events, four have gone to Lotus Xls and four to Coopers....

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