Articles tagged Joachim Bonnier

Page 76 of February 2001 archive issue thumbnail Page 76, February 2001

Study in Scarlet

In an era of superb, sensational sports-racers, Maserati built arguable the best looking, best handling of the lot. Paul Fearnley drives a 300S at the site of the model's most famous win, the Nurburgring When I think Ferrari sports-racers of the late 1950s, I think foundry; unburstable engines, sturdy gearboxes, beefy back aides. I also think 'bit rough around the edges' — show put to the sword...

Page 34 of November 2006 archive issue thumbnail Page 34, November 2006

Phil Hill

The first American to be crowned F1 world champion and a three-time Le Mans winner, Phil Hill always was a man apart. Rob Widdows enjoys the company of one of racing’s gentlemen More than half a century ago a young man called Philip Toll Hill Jr turned his back on California sunshine and came to England, joining Jaguar as a trainee. He'd already won his first ever race back home but Europe had...

Page 32 of April 1986 archive issue thumbnail Page 32, April 1986

The 250F Maserati - Part one

Last year there was a race for Maserati cars only, at a VSCC meeting at Silverstone, with a good turn-out of pre-war cars from Bologna and post-war cars from Modena, but unfortunately the VSCC itself and many reporters got into a terrible muddle over the 250F entries. This was not surprising as there are numerous fake 250F type Maseratis about the place and some of them are masquerading under...


October 2019
Brawn Supremacy



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