Articles tagged Marvin Panch

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Nigel Roebuck

REFLECTIONS A revelation from Rubens, and a Monza masterclass When the Wood Brothers went to Indianapolis… A Grand Prix driver doesn’t often come out with something that takes your breath away in these days of PR control and ‘spin’. The press room is – of course – always alive with rumour and gossip, and as each season draws on there is increasing speculation about who goes where next year. It...

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Maserati Tipo 151- The last monster from Modena

by Michael Bollée & Willem Oosthoek, ISBN 9 782951 364264 published by authors, 72 Euros The subhead says its all. Bollée and Oosthoek continue to explore Maserati's nether regions, concentrating here on the last of the Bologna's firm's customer sportsracers (not including the 1990s one-make Barchettas, then). So more fabulous-but-not-really-much-cop Italian hardware, and another well...

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An American banking dynasty

This year will mark the 50th running of the Daytona 500, a race that has grown beyond even the ambitions of its founder and promoter ‘Big Bill’ France. By Gordon Kirby Through most of 1958, ‘Big Bill’ France worked flat-out to build his long-planned dream of a race track called the Daytona International Speedway. France spent more than five years trying to pull together the support and finance to...


November 2019
Ultimate Porsche: The Most Ruthless Racer Ever Built



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