Articles tagged Mallory Park

Page 163, December 2014

On the road with Simon Arron

Possibly the only man with both F1 and Mallory Park media passes. Next stop..? Channel hopping Brands Hatch, September 27-28: a little French dressing adds a great deal of flavour Our sport often feels overly homogeneous, with the same championships sticking together and producing predictable line-ups, so here was a welcome antidote to the norm: a low-key Historic Sports Car Club event, yes, but...

Page 9, September 2004

You were there

This is the latest chapter in our series for photographs taken by you. This month we take a look at Trenton Speedway, The Tasman Cup, Silverstone, Mallory Park and a Bo'Ness hillclimb. It is not often that we are sent photos of the Indycar scene of the early 1960s so when these shots from Trenton Speedway in 1961 dropped on our desks we pounced on them Charles J Bough's candid portraits of the...

Page 66, November 2014

Readers' letters

Letter of the month Jack the gentleman I had the humbling experience of Jack Brabham’s no-nonsense approach to racing car preparation; it was a wake-up call at the time. In 1988 I was involved with Derek Bell Racing, running his son Justin in Vauxhall-Lotus. Via our Camel sponsorship we also took on David Brabham from Australian Formula Ford. Preparing two recently delivered cars, I was at our...

Page 9, May 2004

You were there

Another chapter in our series for amateur motor racing photographs contributed by our readers, from their own archives. This month we take in Riverside, Ontario and a double dose of Mallory Park Richard Hood was bitten by the motor racing bug at the age of 12 when he began cycling from his home in Leicester to Mallory Park. In later years he would try his hand at club racing, but as a teenager he...

Page 57, May 1963

Mallory Park (April 15th)

Despite running a Brands Hatch Meeting on the same day, the B.R. & S.C.C.'s National British Mallory Park race meeting produced a good entry with the exception of the Formula Junior race, which had only eight contestants. The main attraction of the nine-race programme was the 20-lap Formule Libre race, won by Tony Marsh's 2 1/2-litre B.R.M. from John Taylor's 1 1/2-litre Cooper-Ford and Brian...

Page 19, March 2004

What's on where?

February 20-22 Stoneleigh (GB) First International Historic Motorsport Show expected to draw 20,000 visitors. Tel: 01367 250001 21 Silverstone (GB) VSCC's Pomeroy Trophy. Tel: 01608 644777 March 6-7 Nottinghamshire (GB) Robin Hood Stages in Clipstone Forest is opening round of Armajaro MSA British Historic Rally Championship. Tel: 01594 810821 14 Mallory Park (GB) Opening race of AMOC formula...

Page 123, October 2014

On the road with... Simon Arron

Back in the old routine Mallory Park, July 22: a cheap fried breakfast can mean only one thing… The programme cover bears the motto “Revival Meeting”, but that’s probably overstating the case. It feels more as though Mallory Park has slightly overslept after missing an alarm call and is rubbing its eyes as it prepares to host its first – and only – car meeting of 2014. The motorcycle community,...

Page 149, June 2014

Historic scene with... Gordon Cruickshank

Air power in action How Justin Maeers and his GN special lifted the Motor Sport Brooklands Trophy If on your way to a VSCC meeting you’re overtaken in a blast of noise by a spindly pointy-tailed cyclecar going unfeasibly quickly, chances are it has Justin Maeers at the wheel, winner of the 2013 Motor Sport Brooklands Memorial trophy. Maeers has been a GN addict for many years, and his current hit...

Page 119, November 2008

Cross-country pursuits

The annual Tour Britannia event is loved by competitors – it just needs more of themBy Paul Lawrence After three days of competition on the fourth running of Tour Britannia, the Porsche 911 of Sean Lockyear and Roy Stephenson ran out a commanding winner as a caravan of classic sports and GT cars toured the country tackling races and special stages. The entry has always been dominated by Porsches...

Page 133, May 2014

The sound of the crowd

Mallory Park, March 1: months of doubt finally subside as a grass-roots paradise is reborn The circuit had been open perhaps half an hour when we arrived, but space was already at a premium. By noon, visitors were being directed onto the track and instructed to park on the Stebbe Straight – and even that was swiftly brimming. I can’t recall Mallory Park ever looking so busy, but I wasn’t present...

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