Articles tagged Martin Luther King

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Track test -- Golden Gate Park

What began as a charity event proved so popular with spectators and competitors that this San Francisco parkland circuit was touted as a potential GP venue. By Gary Horstkorta, photography by Kyle Birt Just a 20-minute drive from San Francisco's busy downtown heart lies an oasis: Golden Gate Park. At 50 blocks long (3.5 miles) and half a mile wide its 1013 acres make it bigger than Hyde Park....

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1960s

Clark and Lotus define an era of brilliant innovation and driving skill. But it is also a deadly decade, prompting Stewart to begin his safety crusadeBy Eoin Young Formula 1 changed forever during the 1960s, as did the world. Front engines were finally phased out. Enzo Ferrari finished with his heroic front-engined cars at the end of the 1960 season – and immediately snatched the world title in ’...

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