Articles tagged Laszlo Hartmann

Page 36 of June 1938 archive issue thumbnail Page 36, June 1938

EASY FOR MERCEDES-BENZ

EASY FOR MERCEDES-BENZ LANG WINS THE TRIPOLI GRAND PRIX FOR THE SECOND TIME ALL doubts as to whether the Mercedes-Benz were superior to the Delahayes were set at rest as a result of the Tripoli Grand Prix last month. After Dreyfus's win at Pau there were many who prophesied that the heavy fuel consumption of the German cars would prove their undoing in Grand Prix races this year, especially as...

Page 36 of December 1935 archive issue thumbnail Page 36, December 1935

CONTINENTAL NOTES AND NEWS

Continercata,_. notes and By OUR CONTINENTAL CORRESPONDENT Steinweg Killed It is a characteristic human failing, I suppose, for the layman only to draw attention to the danger of motor-racing when a fatuous driver is killed. That the 1935 season has been happily lacking in fatal accidents naturally receives no comment. Again, it is curious that the only racing drivers to be killed in Europe this...

Page 92 of January 2010 archive issue thumbnail Page 92, January 2010

Freiburg-Schauinsland

This 127-corner, tree-lined German road was one of the great European hillclimb challenges. So it’s little wonder that it attracted some of motor racing’s great namesBy Ed Foster Freiburg-Schauinsland is one of the most spectacular hillclimbs in Germany and, in its day, was famous for being one of the most difficult. Located just outside Freiburg im Breisgau in the far west of the country, the...

Page 29 of November 1935 archive issue thumbnail Page 29, November 1935

Containent@L notez and. New

By HAROLD NOCKOLDS Rumours and Reports With racing season practically finished, we now start the annual game of saying that so-and-so will drive such-andsuch a car next year—and contradicting it in the following issue. Caracciola was said to be retiring at the end of this season, but as it happens he is one of the few drivers whose plans are already decided. He has renewed his contract with...

Page 10 of July 1937 archive issue thumbnail Page 10, July 1937

THE T.T. MOTOR-CYCLE RACES

THE T. T. MOTOR-CYCLE RACES JIMMY GUTHRIE WINS jUNIOR RACE FOR NORTON AT 84.43 M.P.H. O. TENNI WINS LIGHTWEIGHT RACE FOR GUZZI AT 74.72 M.P.H. F. L. FRITH WINS SENIOR RACE FOR NORTON AT 88.21 M.P.H. Unfortunately space is too taken up with car events for MOTOR SPORT to say much about motor-cycling matters, and in actual fact motor-cycle racing is poles apart from car-racing in a number of ways....

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