Articles tagged Mark Konig

Page 60 of December 1976 archive issue thumbnail Page 60, December 1976

The Ferrari 308 GTB

The Dino is dead, long live Ferrari There are some games you just cannot win and it would seem that my game with the Ferrari 308 GTB is one of them. This particular model got under way in production early this year and was notable for a number of things, the body is in glassfibre, the shape has regained the faith of Ferrari enthusiasts and the name Dino has been dropped. Back in February a small...

Page 89 of August 1994 archive issue thumbnail Page 89, August 1994

Test of time – Ferrari 308 GT4

We take an original test report and leave you to judge if the assessment was correct. THE FERRARI DINO 308 GT4, introduced last Autumn is more than a big brother to the familiar, beautiful little 246 GT. It is an entirely new car, the few things in common being restricted to the steering wheel and alloy road wheels and it is particularly significant in Ferrari folklore in being the first...

Page 36 of June 1969 archive issue thumbnail Page 36, June 1969

The 53rd Targa Florio

A Porsche Monopoly Cefalu, Sicily, May 4th. The Targa Florio is not so much a race as a state of mind and a drive down through Southern Italy and along the fantastic northern coast road of Sicily puts you well into the atmosphere that can only be Targa Florio. No matter how quietly you leave Messina, heading west for Palermo, the mountain roads soon get into your blood, as does the approaching...

Page 48 of December 1975 archive issue thumbnail Page 48, December 1975

Rejuvenating GT40s

An ex-J.W.A. mechanic secures the future of these covetable Fords. Production of the Ford GT40 ceased in the late 1960s, by which time this successful sports/racing car had established itself as a classic in its time, an appreciating collector's item for the future. It epitomised the '60s much as sporting machines such as the 4½-litre Bentley and the Jaguar D-type characterised their respective...

Page 72 of November 1996 archive issue thumbnail Page 72, November 1996

Guide To Historic Sports Racing Cars 1950-1970

Since 1923, when Charles Faroux organised the first Le Mans 24 Hours, it has been the principal aim of serious sports car manufacturers to both compete and win at the classic Sarthe circuit. Other events like the Mille Miglia and Targa Florio were almost, but not quite, of equal importance, but have fallen by the wayside — rightly or wrongly — as victims of hysterical human emotion. Le Mans,...

Page 57 of October 1974 archive issue thumbnail Page 57, October 1974

Road Test

The Ferrari Dino 308 GT4 2+2 The Ferrari Dino 308 GT4, introduced last Autumn, is more than a big brother to the familiar, beautiful little 246GT. It is an entirely new car, the few things in common being restricted to the steering wheel and alloy road wheels and it is particularly significant in Ferrari folklore in being the first Maranello production car to adopt a V8 engine. British...

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