Articles tagged Marc Hevia

Page 58 of November 1995 archive issue thumbnail Page 58, November 1995


A stunning field of pre-war Bugattis was the highlight of the 17th running of the Circuit des Remparts historic race weekend around the tortuous streets of Angouleme, in the Charente district of France. Of 24 entries, 22 practiced and 18 made the start, encompassing Type 35, 37 and 51 variants. Although technically a demonstration, Frenchman Pierre Rageys emerged victorious with his narrow-tyred...

Page 83 of July 1995 archive issue thumbnail Page 83, July 1995

Hawthorn Time

The highlight of the VSCC's Hawthorn Memorial Trophy Meeting at Silverstone was the race-long battle for the Boulogne Trophy between Tim Llewellyn's tyre-smoking 3/8-litre Bentley (now running with an unpainted aluminium body) and Mark Walker's Cirrus Hermes-engined Parker-GN. Once Peter Morley's Napier Bentley had been ousted from the lead halfway round the first lap, Llewellyn led home, but was...

Page 63 of August 1996 archive issue thumbnail Page 63, August 1996

40 Years On

Alan Cox outlines VSCC action at Mallory Although Mallory Park is currently celebrating its 40th anniversary year, the VSCC meeting at the end of June was a low-key affair with only two named races, the main one appropriately, being for the Bob Gerard Trophy, which attracted seven Cooper Bristols, amongst which Graham Burrows handled his ex-Gerard example. Having fitted a new crank to replace the...


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