Articles tagged John Freeman

Page 57 of May 1963 archive issue thumbnail Page 57, May 1963

Brands Hatch (April 15th)

The B.R. & S.C.C.'s Easter Monday Closed Meeting provided Southern fans with an entertaining 13-race programme, covering sports cars, G.T., Formula Junior, and Historic Racing Cars. Undoubtedly one of the most entertaining races was the first of three Slip Molyslip races in which the 1,650-c.c. Anglias of Chris Craft and Alan Peer scrapped for second place behind Chris Airey's noisy A40,...

Page 23 of July 1963 archive issue thumbnail Page 23, July 1963

Racing at Whitsun

Goodwood (June 3rd) The B.A.R.C.'s National British Race Meeting at Goodwood on Whit Monday June 3rd, although being the secondary meeting to their Crystal Palace International Race Meeting held simultaneously, provided Ferrari an opportunity for free practice for the R.A.C. Tourist Trophy, due to take place on the Sussex circuit on August 24th. Two GTO Ferraris were entered for the main event of...

Page 90 of July 1991 archive issue thumbnail Page 90, July 1991

Veteran to classic -- VSCC

The Entertainers Anthony Mayman had his worst day in many at a VSCC race meeting when he won only one race at Donington Park on Whit Monday, and was second in two others. At the same meeting, the first of two planned Donington visits by the VSCC this year, John Harper won twice. The day started badly when Alastair Pugh overturned his Frazer Nash during practice, and was taken to hospital with...

Page 38 of October 1981 archive issue thumbnail Page 38, October 1981

Bentley Drivers Club Silverstone

The last Saturday in August is, by tradition, the day on which the Bentley Drivers Club holds its annual Silverstone race meeting. The 29th August 1981 was no exception and saw the BDC promote an eleven race programme on the Club circuit in front of a disappointingly small crowd. Many of the races were somewhat processional, but there were some fine mid-field scraps, especially in the handicap...

Page 114 of July 2009 archive issue thumbnail Page 114, July 2009

Ford Mustang

Ford’s Mustang, its fastest-selling car since the Model A, still leads the field in historic events around the world By Richard Heseltine The Mustang represented the high watermark of 1960s marketing brilliance. In hindsight it all seems so simple. All that Ford did was raid the corporate parts bin. That and throw in some smoke and mirrors along with a suitably suggestive equine name. With great...

Page 33 of August 1978 archive issue thumbnail Page 33, August 1978

The Brabham-Alfa Romeo fan

Once again, whether he likes it or not, Niki Lauda has written his name indelibly in the Grand Prix history books, this time by winning the Swedish Grand Prix with a car that was subsequently banned. To be strictly accurate, it wasn't the car itself that was banned but the device it carried. Outwardly the EcclestoneBrabham-Alfa Romeo team arrived in Sweden with two of their normal BT46 cars...

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