Articles tagged Ken Miles

Page 83 of June 2011 archive issue thumbnail Page 83, June 2011

Lunch with... Howden Ganley

Having sailed to Europe from New Zealand, this keen-as-mustard Kiwi embarked on a long career that started with a spanner and culminated in his dream of a Grand Prix driveBy Simon Taylor Four New Zealanders have scored World Championship points, and stood on the podium at Le Mans and in Can-Am. That makes Howden Ganley one of a very special quartet. But his ties with Messrs McLaren, Hulme and...

Page 60 of May 1992 archive issue thumbnail Page 60, May 1992

The plug that fluffed...

It is interesting to look back at certain moments from motor racing's past and recall incidents or episodes which may not have been appreciated as they happened, or may be new to those who follow racing today. The JCC International Trophy Race at Brooklands in 1936 had a most exciting finish perhaps the most exciting seen for a long time at the Weybridge Track. In those distant days Prince Chula'...

Page 76 of January 2013 archive issue thumbnail Page 76, January 2013

Consumed by ambition

Despite his supreme talent, those around him always feared the young Ricardo Rodríguez might fall foul of a ferocious drive to win - and not just his ownBy Nigel Roebuck 'For sure he would have been World Champion…’ Down the years column inches without number have been given over to young racing drivers who appeared to have it all, yet perished before their potential could be realised, leaving...

Page 74 of April 2005 archive issue thumbnail Page 74, April 2005

Demon Tweets

There ain't no substitute for cubic inches, as Richard Heseltine discovered on being let loose in the monstrous 'Hairy Canary AC Cobra There's nothing like a little revenge for getting back at folks. Ask Carroll Shelby. The most famous big-hat-wearing chilli magnate in motor racing dreamed of kicking Enzo Ferrari into touch and did just that with the Cobra, conferring legitimacy on his Anglo-...



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Ultimate Porsche: The Most Ruthless Racer Ever Built



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