Articles tagged Martin Grant-Peterkin

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News in brief

Rowan Atkinson has acquired a Ford Falcon (above) for historic touring car racing. The car is being prepared by Simon Hadfield. Chris Lillingston-Price will campaign an ex-works Chevron B8 after a long rebuild. Reine Wisell and John Hine took it to seventh in the 1969 BOAC 500 at Brands Hatch. The Jaguar D-type in which George Constantine won the 1956 Watkins Glen GP will be raced by Gavin...

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Historic authenticity row brews

The system for authenticating historic racing cars has been thrown into turmoil by the FIA's plans to introduce Historic Technical Passports (HTP) in place of the Historic Vehicle Identification Forms (HVIF). The crux of the discontent lies in the FIA's assertion that technically correct replicas will qualify for an HTP, which has led to fears that a rash of newly constructed cars will appear in...

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Norris Miles of Hubbard Racing is keen to start a series based on the old Group 2, pre '74 saloons, reviving a series from 16 years ago that used to see Camaros, BMWs, Capris, Mustangs, Escorts and Alfas mercilessly vie with one another. If the response is good enough, an RAC affiliated organisation will be approached and dates fixed up for some events which have the prospect of being sponsored....

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New Zandvoort fesitival

Organisers of a major new historic festival at Zandvoort have pledged to gather all surviving winning cars and drivers from grands prix held at the Dutch circuit for the event's headline feature in September. This seaside venue hosted the Dutch Grand Prix between 1948-85, the last of which was won by Niki Lauda in a McLaren MP4/2B. Zandvoort's Historic Race Festival will take place over the...


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