Articles tagged Lesion

Page 16 of April 1957 archive issue thumbnail Page 16, April 1957

Continental Notes

The past winter has seen a surprising interest in Grand Prix cars and Grand Prix racing; this renewed interest has been most encouraging for those keen followers of Grand Prix racing and the month of April will give us plenty of opportunities to see the results of all the British Grand Prix activities. Although the 1957 Grand Prix season started in the Argentine it did not count for a great deal...

Page 15 of June 1960 archive issue thumbnail Page 15, June 1960

Innes Ireland drives brilliantly to win B.R.D.C International Trophy race for Lotus. Lotus also win F.J. race. Salvadori (Jaguar) vanquishes Moss in saloon car contest.

  The B.R.D.C. successfully put on a very full day's racing at Silverstone, but unfortunately a gloom had been cast over the meeting by the fatal accident to Harry Schell who, in the rain,  lost control of his Cooper at Abbey Curve and, hitting the marker wall as the car slid backwards, was thrown out and killed instantly. During the wet practice session Moss "lost" his Cooper as he accelerated...

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