Articles tagged John Bosch

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Sensational 54 cars for Monaco

The biggest 3-litre F1 field ever! Looking for just one excuse to attend the Monaco Historic GP on May 20/21? Here's the extraordinary list of entries, split into two races. Amon: Peter Williams (F101) Brabham: Duncan Dayton, Robert Baker (BT33), Manfredo Rossi di Monterlera (BT42), Huberus Bahlsen (BT45B) BRM: Brad Krause (P126), Robs Lamplough (P133), Rick Hall (P180), Jacques Nicolet (P201)...

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April 29/30: Loud and proud at Hockenheim

Jim Clark Meeting, HockenheimGläsel boosts TGP title defence as Piper and Hoffmann split Supersports glory Defending champion Christian Gläsel's FIA Thoroughbred Grand Prix victory gave German historic racing fans plenty to cheer at the second Jim Clark meeting, on Hockenheim's challenging F1 circuit on April 29/30. Driving his ex-Patrese Brabham BT49D, polesitter Gläsel shook off the Williams...

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Wheel to wheel -- the month in historic motorsport

Hanson takes debut win in Surtees -- European Historic Grand Prix: Zolder, July 2/3 James Hanson was the star of the 31st running of the European Historic Grand Prix at Zolder as he took a first and a second in Grand Prix Masters on his historic racing debut. Hanson, aboard the ex-Tim Schenken Surtees TS9B, shared the GPM wins with Peter Wuensch (Wolf WR1).  Hanson, who last competed in 2003 in...

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ADAC Rally, Germany

Germany is one of the most powerful countries in Europe. It has a thriving motor industry and a populace which seems to be enthusiastic about rallying. Yet it has no qualifier in the World Rally Championship. The USA is in a similar position, although for a different reason. In the USA the public simply do not understand rallying. To them, a motor competition, whether it is a race, rally, slalom...

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Ferraris and Maseratis star at Brands Birthday bash

The celebrations of 75 years of Brands Hatch history and 50 years since Ferrari's first grand prix win were dovetailed superbly at the Kent circuit in July. A crowd of around 25,000 was treated to an entertaining blend of racing, both ancient and modern. Guests included Ferrari F1 technical director Ross Brawn, Sir Stirling Moss and three times world champion Sir Jack Brabham. Of particular note...

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Monteverde gets a double helping at Brands

Changeable weather did its best to ruin the second Ferrari Festival at Brands Hatch, but the weekend still proved a delight for fans of the Prancing Horse. The Shell Historic Ferrari/Maserati races provided Carlos Monteverde with an excellent weekend. He won both drum-braked sportscar races in his Ferrari Testa Rossa, and then watched David Franklin win both disc-braked events in his loaned 712....

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2005 Review -- Part One: The single seaters

GIäseI shows them who's Bosch -- RA Thoroughbred Grand Prix Only when his engine cut out at the Lausitzring did Christian Gläsel fail to win during a crushing season in the FIA TGP. The German's Brabham BT49D, tended by Fredy Kumschick's crew, flew to victory in nine of the 10 races it started and duly took the most prestigious title in historic single-seater racing. Gläsel started his campaign...

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Gallego's TGP title on home ground

Gallego's TGP title on home ground IEsbril I Oct 9-10 Local hero Rodrigo Gallego's allaction drive in the concluding round of the Thoroughbred Grand Prix series was sufficient to secure the fiercely contested title. At the front, American real estate developer Duncan Dayton soaked up the pressure aboard his Williams FIVO7 from Joaquin Folch's FW08 and the Brabham BT49D of Christian Glasel, and...

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Pace notes -- your guide to what's coming up

GP classics back at Brands -- FIA Thoroughbred Grand Prix: Brands Hatch and Estoril September 24/25, October 8/9 The fight for the FIA Thoroughbred Grand Prix World Championship culminates with races at Brands Hatch and Estoril. Over the weekend of September 24/25, round nine of the series will put the period Formula One cars back onto the fabulous Grand Prix circuit at Brands Hatch after an...

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Event of the month -- Tour Auto

  While some of the favourites hit trouble, John Sheldon turned in a sublime performance to win the 14th Tour Auto -- Paul Lawrence reports, photography by Patrick Payany A capacity entry gathered in Paris in late April for Tour Auto, the world's leading combined race and rally stage contest for classic sports and GT cars. The 200-strong field was packed with automotive jewels, including two...



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