Articles tagged John Lambert

Page 53 of September 2002 archive issue thumbnail Page 53, September 2002


AMERICAN BEAUTY FROM ITS PURPOSEFUL BEAK TO TITANIUM TAIL, THIS Fl EAGLE OOZES CLASS AND STYLE. PAUL FEARNLEY TALKS TO THE MEN WHO CREATED IT Len Terry (designer): I was a technical illustrator to begin with, so when I designed something I always tried to make it as goodlooking as possible. That's the artist in me, I guess. Plus there's a lot of truth in the saying that, 'If it looks right, it is...

Page 32 of December 2002 archive issue thumbnail Page 32, December 2002

'Give me an equal car and I can beat Clark!'

Peter Arundell, brimming with talent and motivation, was picked by Colin Chapman to partner the great Jim Clark. His career was on the up and up – until one fateful day at Reims. Gordon Cruickshank assesses his championship credentials Being up against a superstar is tough. Many drivers must have thought that, with a shift of history's timescale, they could have been top dog – if only they weren'...

Page 62 of March 2004 archive issue thumbnail Page 62, March 2004

Len Terry

'Colin Chapman and I came from different planets. We admired each other but were not on the same wavelength. He didn't appreciate my sense of humour, and I didn't appreciate his lack of one'. Len Terry was a designer with an instinctive feel. He was also the fastest pencil in the west. If you needed a racing car in a hurry, he was the man to talk to. Gordon Cruickshank reports There are some...


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