Articles tagged McLaren Racing

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McLaren's aero coup

McLaren has convinced Red Bull Racing’s head of aerodynamics Peter Prodromou to return to Woking. Prodromou worked for McLaren from 1991 to 2006 before following Adrian Newey to RBR, where he has been a major player through the team’s championship years. Although he is still contractually tied to his current employer, and in theory cannot rejoin McLaren until 2015, the knowledge that he is...

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Notes on the Cars at Brands Hatch

The Daily Mail Race of Champions meeting at Brands Hatch saw the first appearance of new cars from McLaren Racing, the Owen Organisation B.R.M. team, the Cooper Car Company, and Matra-International, as well as a number of well-proven cars. There were two McLaren cars, M7A-2 for Hulme and M7A-1 for McLaren himself, both powered by Cosworth V8 engines and driving through Hewland gearboxes. The car...

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The Formula One scene

The last Formula One race to he held was the United States GP at Watkins Glen, and that was on October 5th, almost three months ago; during that time an incredible number of things have happened that will have a bearing one way or another on the Formula One scene in 1976, which should start in a few days lime with the Argentine GP at Buenos Aires on January 11th. Almost every week since that last...

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This is only the beginning, predicts jubilant McLaren

Senior McLaren personnel say that the sky is the limit for Lewis Hamilton now that the Briton has got his first World Championship under his belt. Having missed out by just a point in 2007, Hamilton turned the tables on Felipe Massa and Ferrari in Brazil to become the youngest World Champion in history, while also matching the feat of Jacques Villeneuve in winning in his second year at the top...

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United States Grand Prix

Stewart Collects the Dollars Watkins Glen, U.S.A., October 8th. Jackie Stewart completed the 1972 World Championship with one of the most convincing wins of his career. Driving the Derek Gardner-designed Tyrrell he was in a class of his own and led from start to finish in a tremendous demonstration of speed and skill. Just as in Canada two weeks earlier, no one could stay with him, but this time...

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Around and about

Scheckter Stateside Since Jody Scheckter's appearance in the Race of Champions in March very little has been seen of the fast-rising South African star on the European scene. In fact he has not raced in Formula One since then. But Scheckter has been far from idle over the past two months. At the start of the season McLaren Racing told him that they were committed to running F1 cars for Denny...

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Under Scrutiny - Sauber-Mercedes

Bow is Drawn for Silver Arrows Five new Group C cars, model Mercedes C11, will be built at Peter Sauber's headquarters in Hinwil, Zurich in the coming weeks in preparation for a serious programme to retain the World Sports-Prototype Championship. In October, when the flag falls in Mexico, they'll all be museum pieces superceded by the 3½-litre Mercedes C291. There's a new Mercedes racing...


December 2019
Ford vs Ferrari: The Le Mans '66 Film Special



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