Articles tagged Ligier

Page 30 of September 1965 archive issue thumbnail Page 30, September 1965

Coupe des Alpes

Results:Category A—Touring: 1st: R. Trautmann/C. Bouchet (Lancia Flavia).2nd: T. Makinen/. P. Easter (Cooper S).3rd: H. Taylor/B. Melia (Cortina-Lotus).4th: P. Hopkirk/H. Liddon (Copper).5th: J. F. Piot/F. Jacob (R8-Gordini).6th: J. Vinatier/H. Melot (R8-Gordini).7th: J. C. Ogier/B. Ogier (DS19).8th: A. Fall/J. Wood (Morris-Cooper).9th: R. Neyret/J. P. Vehrilac (DS19).10th: R. Clark/A. Porter (...

Page 25 of August 1995 archive issue thumbnail Page 25, August 1995

Home alone

Martin Brundle starred at Magny-Cours, but how much advantage is it to race at your own test track? Sitting in a composite projectile at 180 mph tends to rather focus a driver's attention, but throughout the last lap of the French Grand Prix David Coulthard had Martin Brundle's Ligier on his tail, and something else on his mind. The night before the race the Scot had dreamt that he spun in the...

Page 15 of August 1966 archive issue thumbnail Page 15, August 1966

The 52nd Grand Prix of the A.C.F.

A Popular Victory Reims, France, July 3rd SINCE the previous Grande Epreuee there were two questions outstanding, what would John Surtees drive as he had terminated his contract with the Ferrari team and whether the H16 B.R.M. would he sufficiently developed to run well in practice and also to race? The first point was solved when the Cooper team arrived at Reims with three Cooper-Maserati V12...

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1966 British Grand Prix race report - A clean sweep

  THE R.A.C. organised the British Grand Prix this year and took it to the Brands Hatch circuit, where it had previously been held in 1964, and a day of racing and stunts was concluded by the 80-lap Grand Prix for Formula 1 cars. A large and representative entry was arranged, the outstanding omission being the Ferrari team, their absence being attributed to various causes, depending on which "...

Page 34 of December 1967 archive issue thumbnail Page 34, December 1967

Sixth Grand Prix of Mexico

Clark all the Way Mexico City, October 22nd. Twenty entries were invited for this year's Mexican Grand Prix, which took place at the same time as the Mini-Olympics. Of the 20, 19 were all ready for the first four-hour practice session on Friday afternoon, the one missing car being the Cooper down to be driven by Rindt. This was withdrawn due to a haggle over starting money which the Austrian...

Page 38 of September 1966 archive issue thumbnail Page 38, September 1966

The Dutch Grand Prix

THAT BRABHAM AGAIN ZANDVOORT, HOLLAND, July 24th THE rules of Grand Prix organisation call for a minimum length of time of one week between events and this is to prevent the holding of major races on successive weekends. Because the British hold their Grande Epreuve on a Saturday and the rest of Europe on Sundays it is possible for the Dutch to organise their event at Zandvoort on the following...

Page 18 of June 1966 archive issue thumbnail Page 18, June 1966

XXIV Monaco Grand Prix

The Wee Scot Wins Monte Carlo, May 22nd. Since the advent of the new Grand Prix Formula where the only interest seems to be for unsupercharged 3-litre engines, everyone had been waiting for the 1966 Monaco Grand Prix as it was felt that this race would really launch the new Grand Prix racing. Firms who were building new cars or new engines had the Monaco race as their target date and though...

Page 48 of July 1967 archive issue thumbnail Page 48, July 1967

16th Grand Prix of Siracusa

A Ferrari demonstration Siracusa, Sicily, May 21st By changing the date of their Grand Prix from early in the season to after the first big Championship race the Ente Autonomo Circuito di Siracusa fell foul of clashing dates, with the result that a very small entry was received. Those who were not making money in Formula Two at Limburg were trying to make money at Indianapolis qualifying, and the...


October 2019
Brawn Supremacy



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