Articles tagged John Love

Page 74 of March 2010 archive issue thumbnail Page 74, March 2010

Porridge with... Robin Herd

This man was one of the straightest guys in F1. So what’s he doing in jail? And just how did he get from racing to recycling?By Simon Taylor As four new teams emerge this season to take on the Formula 1 establishment, there’s no shortage of doubters prophesying their early downfall. It’s an echo of exactly 40 years ago when, to almost universal cynicism, March suddenly appeared on the scene....

Page 11 of June 1961 archive issue thumbnail Page 11, June 1961

XIX Grand Prix of Monaco

What a race ! Monte Carlo, May 14th. With no races being held in the Argentine this year the Monaco GP was the first Grande Epreuve of the season and naturally everyone wanted to be in it but, as usual, the number of cars permitted to start on the narrow and twisting 3.145-km circuit was limited to sixteen. This year a different arrangement of selection was used, in place of the previous idea of...

Page 49 of July 1962 archive issue thumbnail Page 49, July 1962

Pictorial Review

Belgian Grand Prix Monaco Grand Prix 1,000 Km. Nurburgring Whitsun weekend meetings Belgian G.P. At Last. - Jimmy Clark in the monocoque Lotus 25 seen here at speed on his way to win his first Grande Epreuve in the Belgian Grand Prix, taking the lead about a third of the way through the race. He won a convincing victory at a speed of 212.265 k.p.h. Exciting Start. - Trevor Taylor leads Mairesse's...

Page 61 of October 2004 archive issue thumbnail Page 61, October 2004

X-ray spec: March 701

While Max Mosley was boldly talking up the new March team and signing star drivers left, right and centre, its designer was wondering how to keep egg off his face. Robin Herd tells Keith Howard how he managed it. Just By his own admission Robin Herd "vacillated and wavered" over which path to follow after leaving Cosworth in 1969. He could either take Bernie Ecclestone's shilling and design a car...

Page 43 of February 2003 archive issue thumbnail Page 43, February 2003

Rand finale

1967: South African Grand Prix In F1, Cooper's stock had dropped for five seasons, but there was a brief respite thanks to an unlikely alliance with Maserati. David Malsher recalls the last win Two races into the 1966 F1 season, Roy Salvadori, Cooper's new team manager, had got lucky when John Surtees fell out with Ferrari. 'Big John' was able to team up with Jochen Rindt to drive the fine T81...

Page 31 of September 1962 archive issue thumbnail Page 31, September 1962

Brands Hatch international

August 6th For the Guards Trophy meeting this year the B.R.S.C.C. decided to hold the race for sports cars and Prototypes and arrayed an interesting collection of cars for this 50-lap event, a huge crowd turning up to witness the four-event programme in foul weather. First race of the day for the Peco Trophy Saw a fascinating array of G.T. cars line up on the grid. No less than six of the latest...

Page 80 of February 2006 archive issue thumbnail Page 80, February 2006

Girl in a Mini

Christabel Carlisle opened the eyes of the men in the '60s thanks to her exploits in saloon and sportscars. She looks back with Gordon Cruickshank It's an exclusive club, Ecurie Cod Fillet: it has fewer members than the BRDC; you have to be invited to join, for your race or rally feats. And its leading lights were all there at the recent reunion — Paddy Hopkirk, Timo Mäkinen, Lady Watson... Oh,...

Page 4 of July 2003 archive issue thumbnail Page 4, July 2003

FORCE revives South African winter Formula One series

Classic Grand Prix cars are to return to South Africa this winter following the confirmation of a two-event 'Springbok Series' to be run by the FORCE organisation. The brace of races are to be held on consecutive weekends at the new Gosforth Park circuit — soon to be renamed WesBank Raceway — and at Kyalami, starting on November 16. This will bring back the spectacle of 3-litre grand prix racing...

Page 22 of June 1961 archive issue thumbnail Page 22, June 1961

The Rochdale Olympic

A well-designed all-glassfibre GT car A surprise awaited us when we tested the Rochdale Olympic recently, for the firm of Rochdale Motor Panels, well known for their glass-fibre shells, especially the Rochdale GT, have succeeded in producing a remarkably refined and well-designed car of monocoque chassis-less construction entirely fabricated in glass-fibre. The Olympic is the work of Richard...

Page 14 of April 1997 archive issue thumbnail Page 14, April 1997

Fag cash

SIR, I enjoyed David McKinney's feature on the Tasman series, but I must take issue with him on one point. When he writes that the colours of Jim Clark's 1968 car were "changed from the traditional Team Lotus green and gold (sic) to the red, white and gold of Gold Leaf and a new era in international racing was born", I assume he believes this to be the first sponsorship of a racing car by a...

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